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A Study on the Effects of Construction Tolerances on the Current Collection Performance for High Speed Catenary System
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A Study on the Effects of Construction Tolerances on the Current Collection Performance for High Speed Catenary System
Kim, Tae-Hun; Seo, Ki-Bum; Park, Jae-Young;
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 Abstract
In this paper, analysis of the effects for construction tolerances on the current collection performance of high speed catenary system. The height of the contact wire is the geometrical position of the cantilever directly affects the current collection performance. Contact force when the height of the contact wire exceeds the construction tolerance were analyzed. As a result, the maximum contact force was analyzed to more than 350[N] that are recommended by EN50119. And when the geometrical position of the cantilever to exceeds the construction tolerance, the analysis results of uplift at the mast support points, it becomes 127[mm] that are recommended by UIC 799. If the construction tolerances exceeds the reference value, the current collection performance is deteriorated. Therefore, catenary system require high precision construction. In the future, there is a need for continuing research on the tolerance of catenary system in the actual operating state.
 Keywords
High speed catenary system;Construction tolerances;Current collection performance;Contact force overhead contact lines;Cantilever;
 Language
Korean
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