2ES10

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"Granite" 2ES10
"ГРАНИТ" (2ЭС10)
2ЭС10-001 "Granit" electric locomotive.jpg
Specifications
Power type Electric
Builder Ural Locomotives (Уральские локомотивы)
Order number 221+1
Build date 2011-[citation needed]
Total produced 79[citation needed][when?]
UIC classification 2(Bo'Bo')
Gauge 1,520 mm (4 ft 11 2732 in) Russian gauge
Wheel diameter 1,250 mm (49.2 in)
Length 34 m (111 ft 7 in) (over couplers)[1]
Axle load 24.9 t (24.5 long tons; 27.4 short tons)[2] (245+/-4.9kN)
Locomotive weight 190–202 t (187–199 long tons; 209–223 short tons)
Electric system(s) 3 kV DC Catenary
Current collection
method
Pantograph
Traction motors nose suspended[3]
Multiple working up to four sections
Top speed 120 km/h (75 mph)
Power output

8,800 kW (11,800 hp) short-time

8,400 kW (11,300 hp) continuous
Tractive effort starting: 784 kN (176,000 lbf)
continuous:
538 kN (121,000 lbf) @ 55 km/h (15 m/s)
370 kN (83,000 lbf) @ 120 km/h (33 m/s)
Locomotive brake 8,400 kW (11,300 hp) Regenerative
5,600 kW (7,500 hp) Resistive (max.)
Mechanical pneumatic[3]
Career
Sources:[4] except where noted

The 2ES10 is a twin section (Bo'Bo)(Bo'Bo') freight locomotive manufactured from 2010 by Ural locomotives. RZD ordered 221 units in 2010. Ukrainian Railways ordered 50 units in 2013.

History and design[edit]

The 2ES10 is a two unit 8 axle electric freight locomotive manufactured for RZD by Ural Locomotives, a joint venture between Sinara Group of Russia (base platform and auxiliary equipment) and Siemens of Germany (traction electrical equipment).[5][6]

The 2ES10 offers double the power output of VL11 locomotives, with lower operating and maintenance costs.[7] During trials in August 2010, a three-section 2ES10 hauled a 9,000-tonne (8,900-long-ton; 9,900-short-ton) train across the Urals.[8]

In May 2010, Russian Railways signed an order for 221 2ES10 locomotives.[9] The first prototype locomotive was presented 18 November 2010.[10]

In 2012 the company JSC "Apatite" (ОАО "Апатит") acquired one locomotive, 2ES10-222.[11]

In 2013 Ukrainian Railways sign an agreement to lease 50 2ES10 units as part of a larger 350 locomotive order;[12] the first unit was delivered in Dec. 2013.[13]


References[edit]

  1. ^ "2E10". www.sinara-group.com (in Russian). Sinara Group. [dead link]
  2. ^ Ирина Перечнева (12 July 2010). "Увеличивая скорость". Эксперт-Урал №27 (428) 12 июля 2010 (www.expert-ural.com) (in Russian). 
  3. ^ a b Jean-Marc Allenbach, "BoBo+BoBo RZD 2ES10 (Spec sheet)", documents.epfl.ch (in French), retrieved May 2013 
  4. ^ "Грузовой Электровоз 2ЭС10", www.ulkm.ru (in Russian) (Уральские локомотивы) 
  5. ^ Валентина Бирюкова (Valentine Biryokova) (3 September 2010). "Концерн Siemens подписал контракт на поставку из Воронежа комплектующих для локомотивов на 60 млн евро" [Siemens AG has signed a contract for the supply of Voronezh parts for locomotives by 60 million euros]. abireg.ru (in Russian). Агентство Бизнес Информации. Archived from the original on 17 September 2010. Retrieved 2010-09-27. 
  6. ^ "Siemens to supply 221 electric locomotives to Russian Railways". end.rzd.ru. Russian Railways (RZD). 27 May 2010. Retrieved 2010-09-27. 
  7. ^ "RZD’s first 2ES10 locomotive unveiled". Railway Gazette International. 2 February 2011. 
  8. ^ "Granite crosses the Urals". Railway Gazette International. 20 August 2011. Retrieved 20 August 2011. 
  9. ^ "RZD and Ural Locomotives signed an order for 221 2ES10 twin-section electric locomotives". eng.rwminvest.ru. Roswagonmash Investment Company. 28 May 2010. 
  10. ^ "Грузовые магистральные электровозы серии 2ЭС10 "Гранит" будут поставляться в РФ и СНГ, но не в Европу - Якунин". www.zerich.ru (in Russian). 18 November 2010. 
  11. ^ "OAO Apatit 2ES10", www.railcolor.net 
  12. ^ "THREE RAILWAYS SIGN AGREEMENT WITH PREMIER LEASING ON SUPPLY OF 350 ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVES ON LEASE IN 2013-2016", www.uz.gov.ua, 4 Sep 2013 
  13. ^ Kava, Alexander (17 Dec 2013), "First 2ES10 locomotives for UZ arrive in Ukraine", www.railjournal.com 

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