National brand Trambus is coming into service next month in Malatya

National Brand TRAMBUS Malatyada Services Enters Next Month: Turkey's first domestic and national brand TCV trambü will begin service next month in Malatya city roads.

A NEW NATIONAL VEHICLE developed as an alternative to 24.5 m length and 230 non-inclined trams capable of carrying a tricycle (Trolleybus + Metrobus), electrically powered, rubber wheeled incline climbing. Bozankaya We congratulate our company and all our friends.

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    1. What a stupid idiot! Who says Tram can't incline? A specialist magazine has to give numbers and values ​​instead of bragging! The comparison is even more logical. BUT the phrase mentioned here is simply a bullshit! What is true; the fact that tire-wheeled vehicles (including metrobus, trambus, traleybus) can climb a steeper hill than iron-wheeled vehicles, and more importantly, they can brake at the landing.

    2. With the word "slope"; The line length that is meant to be explained here is the elevation difference at a distance of 1.000 meters between points A and B parallel to it, and it is given as "thousandth = Promil [‰]" in unit. SLOPE: Max. For Main-Line at free distance in trains (PCE, §7). ‰ 12,5 and for the Sub-Line, Max. It is of the order of 40. In new YHT lines, 18 is allowed on difficult main lines. In the past, s = 25 was allowed exceptionally in difficult main lines. Only a maximum of s <2,5 is allowed in the station area. The important thing here is that the train or a wagon can stop by itself and without slipping even if the brake is not activated.
      In S-BAHN / Light-Suburban-Trains; s = veril 40 is allowed up to the slope.
      In TRAM, BOStrab, Appendix-2, according to 81 Max. S = UM Gradient up to 100 is allowed.
      In Gear-Mountain-Trains (Zahnradbahn); the permissible slope is in the order of s = mert 250.
      So every wheeled system can climb the slope in its own way and go down a certain slope from that altitude.

    3. So much text, at least the catenary system hk. if something was given! Which system?

    4. Which catenary system? Only energy taken directly from the catenary or buffer (Puffer) Is there an accumulator? Is the catenary energy receiver, a pantograph arm or a modern type articulated, one phase above the cable (like the trolley bus), the other pole down from the energy rail? Or are they both near the ground (subway)? Etc., etc.? Does the catenary cradle continue to press on the energy rail surface when the vehicle is opened in a bend, or is the contact cut off and supplied by the energy buffer?
      It would be interesting to answer all these and similar questions!

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