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ABB先进技术帮助ALSTOM创下列车速度新纪录

2007年04月05日 16:15:00 中国传动网

2007-04-04 – 一辆法国列车本周创下列车速度世界新纪录574.8公里/小时(356英里/小时)。该列车所用技术包括ABB公司最尖端科技的牵引变压器,该变压器帮助列车制造商创造了新一代高速铁路运输。 阿尔斯通和法国国家铁路公司SNCF (Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Français - France‘s national rail carrier)以及RFF (Réseau Ferré de France - the company that owns and manages France‘s rail network)共同创下新列车记录。 该列车是在法国高速铁路TGV东线运行,这是一个长达三百公里的高速铁路,该铁路计划2007年六月投入使用,这将大大降低巴黎至德国目的地卢森堡和瑞士的旅行时间。 该铁路还将巴黎至法国西部边境的斯特拉斯堡的旅程减少至一半,旅行时间减少至两小时十八分钟,到2008年该线全面投入使用时间将少于两小时。在TGV东线运行的列车速度将达到时速320公里,或比其他列车时速快20公里。 世界铁路历史记录是515.3 km/h (320 mph),这项记录是1990年由一辆TGV列车所创,绝对速度记录是2003年日本磁浮列车Maglev 所创,时速达到了581公里(361mph),该列车运行于一个特殊的磁轨,该磁轨与铁路干线不相兼容, 阿尔斯通正在研发新一代高速AGV列车,随后将会成功研发TGV系列列车。 下一代高速列车 随着SNCF升级其高速TGV列车,计划在极端条件下对4月3日星期四所创记录测试新铁路的性能和可靠性,列车构造以及材料。 改良的测试列车包括两个动力车,三个TGV双层车厢和两个AGV自动转向架,相比传统TGV列车输出9.3兆瓦(12,500 马力),该列车输出19.6兆瓦(25,000马力)。 创新的AGV牵引链(驱动类得车装置)与ABB牵引变压器(由ABB Sécheron Ltd研发,设计和制造)大小相吻合,该牵引链位于车厢中部带动四个安装在临近转向架的永磁电机。 AGV列车与TGV列车相比突破了基本列车原理。AGV列车不是在车体两边安装单个的动力车,而是在车厢地板下面安装几个AGV牵引链电机,每个车轮产生更低的功率,以便更好的向前推动,速度越高则列车越舒适。这还意味着列车可承载更多乘客,AGV列车目标速度是350 km/h。 主要合作伙伴 ABB是阿尔斯通研发其AGV技术的一个主要合作伙伴,为其提供牵引变压器,该变压器是列车牵引链的一个容量最大的设备。 ABB公司的变压器设计轻便,可以安装在列车地板下面, 是一个多系统部件,可以在欧洲任何领域,任何电压水平下使用。 该记录在高速列车分布式电源技术方面设立了一个新的ABB基准。ABB拥有最尖端技术的变压器,在全球高速铁路市场是一个重要的角色,它在日内瓦设有Sécheron公司和日内瓦,德国Halle,印度Vadodara以及中国大同市都设有生产企业。 original text [COLOR=#708090]Advanced ABB technology helps Alstom set a new rail speed record 2007-04-04 - A French train set a new world rail speed record of 574.8 kilometers per hour (356 miles per hour) this week. Among the technologies onboard was a state-of-the-art ABB traction transformer, which is helping trainmakers create a new generation high-speed rail service. The new record was set by Alstom, SNCF (Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Français - France‘s national rail carrier), and RFF (Réseau Ferré de France - the company that owns and manages France‘s rail network). The record-breaking run was on the TGV (train à grande vitesse) east line, a 300-kilometer stretch of new high-speed track scheduled to open in June, 2007, which will significantly reduce travel time between Paris and destinations in Germany, Luxemburg and Switzerland. It will also cut the journey between Paris and Strasbourg on France‘s eastern border in half, to 2 hours 18 minutes in June, and less than two hours when the line is fully commissioned in 2008. Trains using the TGV east line will operate at speeds of 320 kilometers per hour (km/h), or 20 km/h faster than other TGV trains. The old world rail speed record is 515.3 km/h (320 mph), set by a TGV train in 1990. The absolute speed record was set by a Japanese magnetic levitation prototype train - Maglev - in 2003, which runs on a special track not compatible with railway lines. It reached 581km/h (361mph). Alstom has been developing a new generation of very high-speed AGV trains (automotrice à grande vitesse) that over time will succeed the TGV series. The next generation The record run on Tuesday, April 3, was designed to test the performance and reliability of new rail and train infrastructure and material under extreme conditions, as SNCF upgrades its high-speed TGV trains. The modified test trainset included two power cars, three TGV double-decker carriages and two AGV motorized bogies (rail chassis with wheels). It develops an output of 19.6 megawatts (more than 25,000 hp) versus 9.3 megawatts (12,500 hp) in a conventional TGV train. The innovative AGV traction chain (the equipment which drives the train) located in the middle car and feeding four permanent magnet traction motors mounted onto the adjacent boggies is fitted with an ABB traction transformer which was developed, designed and manufactured by ABB Sécheron Ltd. AGV trains incorporate fundamental breakthroughs compared to TGV trains. Instead of using separate power cars at either end, AGV traction chain motors are located beneath the floors of passenger carriages, creating lower power levels per wheel for better track adherence and more comfort at higher speeds. This also means there‘s room for more passengers aboard AGV carriages, which have targeted speeds of 350 km/h. A key partner ABB is a key partner for Alstom in the development of its AGV technology, and provides the traction transformer which is the bulkiest component of the traction chain. ABB‘s transformer features reduced size and weight allowing it to be mounted underfloor. It is also a multi-system unit that can operate anywhere in Europe, at any voltage. The record sets a new ABB benchmark in distributed power technology for very high-speed trains. With its state-of-the-art traction transformers, ABB is a key player in this global high-speed rail market thanks to ABB Sécheron in Geneva (Switzerland), and production facilities in Geneva, Halle (Germany), Vadodara (India) and Datong (China).[/COLOR]
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