Electric Locomotives of Indian Railways

Electric Locomotives of Indian Railways

Author: Er Twahir Alam

Publisher:

ISBN: 1678856568

Category:

Page: 134

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This book is a consolidated version of my earlier two books titled "DC Locomotives of Indian Railways" and "AC Locomotives of Indian Railways".The Electric Locomotives are set to become the supreme workhorse of the Indian railways in a few years and are regarded as to the most advanced and efficient of all locomotives. So, it may be a surprise to all that they are one of the oldest locomotives of India, with the first being introduced in the 1920s. In this book, we look into the details and history of these locomotives.

Low Carbon Pathways for Growth in India

Low Carbon Pathways for Growth in India

Author: Rajat Kathuria

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9789811309052

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 188

View: 514

This book explores ways in which India can negotiate the low carbon path up until 2030, when it is expected to be the largest economy after the US and China. It comprehensively reviews the low climate pathways for India and provides a guide to the pathways that the country can adopt. India’s population, energy demands and emissions will increase significantly, and the challenge is to restrict its CO2 emissions and walk the low carbon path. Through its Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs), India has pledged to reduce its emissions significantly. Addressing the question of which low carbon paths India can adhere to without compromising its growth, the book identifies the key factors that feed into existing models of climate change and discusses the cost of action versus inaction. It also examines key issues concerning India’s environment through the lens of the transport, industry and water sectors. The book concludes by looking at policy implications for low carbon growth in India.

Geography of India - Specially for UPSC and Other Competitive Exams of India

Geography of India - Specially for UPSC and Other Competitive Exams of India

Author: Krishna Kumar V

Publisher: Krishna Kumar V

ISBN:

Category: Study Aids

Page: 544

View: 291

Description of the book Geography of India is one of the major subjects of UPSC civil services both in preliminary and main examination for General Knowledge and optional papers. This is not only useful for humanities candidates but also a large number of science background civil service aspirants. The book has also covered UPSC syllabus and the University syllabus. The successful preparation for the preliminary and mains examinations requires deep study of the relevant subjects. The questions asked in both prelims and mains are highly at application level. The content of this book was decided after a detailed analysis of previous question papers of UPSC prelims and mains exams. Before finalizing the book, feedback was taken by aspirants. The entire book is divided into 19 units as per the UPSC syllabus, each unit being dealt with in a practical manner. In addition to this each unit is supported by a large number of maps, tables, graphs, relevant and recent statistical data and key points are provided throughout the text. Lastly, the book provides previous years solved prelims questions on Geography of India from 1991 to 2021. I hope it will be more useful to the reader in making the ideas clear. This book is prepared based upon on my one and a half decade teaching experience both at university and competitive exam centers. It is a reliable, comprehensive and up to date book on the subject. It studies the availability and potential of various physical, economic and human resources of the country. The book has been written in a simple manner and it includes recent information. I hope the students and teachers get maximum benefit out of it. Contents UNIT-I-GEOLOGICAL STRUCTURE OF INDIA UNIT-II-GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION, SIZE AND EXTENT OF INDIA UNIT-III-PHYSICAL OR RELIEF FEATURES OF INDIA UNIT-IV-DRAINAGE OR RIVER SYSTEM OF INDIA UNIT-V-CLIMATE OF INDIA UNIT-VI-NATURAL VEGETATION AND WILDLIFE UNIT-VII-SOILS OF INDIA UNIT-VIII-LAND UTILIZATION IN INDIA UNIT-IX-MULTIPURPOSE RIVER VALLEY PROJECT UNIT-X-AGRICULTURE UNIT-XI- ANIMAL RESOURCES UNIT-XII -MINERAL RESOURCES UNIT-XIII -ELECTRICITY UNIT-XIV-INDUSTRIES UNIT-XV-TRANSPORT AND COMMUNUICATION UNIT-XVI-RACE, TRIBES, RELIGION, LANGUAGES IN INDIA UNIT-XVII-NATURAL HAZARDS AND DISASTERS OF INDIA UNIT-XVIII-FOREIGN TRADE UNIT-XIX-POPULATION OF INDIA PREVIOUS YEARS SOLVED PRELIMS QUESTION PAPERS 1991-2021 TOPIC WISE

Metro Rail Today May 2021

Metro Rail Today May 2021

Author: Mamta Shah

Publisher: Urban Transport News

ISBN:

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 60

View: 842

In this edition, we have featured the developments about the Delhi Metro which celebrated its 27th anniversary recently. We have discussed how the world’s first metro rail system was built in London? Based on feedback received from the readers, we have also started a knowledge series to keep readers updated on metro rail technology. We have covered the interviews of Mr. Achal Khare, Managing Director, National High Speed Rail Corporation (NHSRCL), Mr. Ashutosh Shukla, Director (Transportation & Mobility), Schneider Electric India and Mr. Luong Vo Ta, General Director, Vinh Hung JSC, Vietnam. These leaders have made a huge success in their respective fields despite the covid-19 impact on the industry.

Methanol and the Alternate Fuel Economy

Methanol and the Alternate Fuel Economy

Author: Avinash Kumar Agarwal

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9789811332876

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 231

View: 496

This book discusses the emerging research centred on using methanol- whose excellent fuel properties, easy production and relative compatibility with existing technology- make it attractive to researchers looking to alternative fuels to meet the rising energy demand. The volume is divided into broadly 4 parts which discuss various aspects of the proposed methanol economy and the technological advances in engine design for the utilisation of this fuel. This book will be of interest to researchers and policy makers interested in using methanol as the principal source of ready and stored energy in societal functioning.

India's Railway History

India's Railway History

Author: John Hurd II

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004231153

Category: History

Page: 360

View: 525

This handbook provides an indispensable reference guide to most aspects of the history of India’s railways. The secondary literature is surveyed, primary sources identified, statistical and cartographic data discussed, and a massive bibliography made available.

Design and Simulation of Heavy Haul Locomotives and Trains

Design and Simulation of Heavy Haul Locomotives and Trains

Author: Maksym Spiryagin

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781498733540

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 459

View: 312

With the increasing demands for safer freight trains operating with higher speed and higher loads, it is necessary to implement methods for controlling longer, heavier trains. This requires a full understanding of the factors that affect their dynamic performance. Simulation techniques allow proposed innovations to be optimised before introducing them into the operational railway environment. Coverage is given to the various types of locomotives used with heavy haul freight trains, along with the various possible configurations of those trains. This book serves as an introductory text for college students, and as a reference for engineers practicing in heavy haul rail network design,

Indian forty Years of Independence

Indian forty Years of Independence

Author: Publications Division

Publisher: Publications Division Ministry of Information & Broadcasting

ISBN: 9788123026343

Category:

Page:

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eBook edition of original print version published in 1989. The articles in this book will certainly help the reader to have a glimpse of the progressing nation and the strides it has taken towards its set goals in the first four decades after independence.

The Complete Encyclopedia of Locomotives

The Complete Encyclopedia of Locomotives

Author: Mirco De Cet

Publisher: Rebo International

ISBN: 9036615054

Category: Transportation

Page: 312

View: 637

Just like today, with high-specification computers being used to design even higher specification models for the next generation, the making of machines to make machines was one of the most important aspects of the Industrial Revolution. The lathe, for example, is the oldest known machine tool and dates back to antiquity, but it wasn't until the late 17th century that such industries as clock making, the building of scientific instruments, furniture and gun makers, began to convert from woodworking lathes to ones that ware capable of machining metal. Craftsmen needed precise machines that could shape metal gears, cut metal screws and stamp shapes out of metal, thus enabling others to assemble their products.

Hill Railways of the Indian Subcontinent

Hill Railways of the Indian Subcontinent

Author: Richard Wallace

Publisher: The Crowood Press

ISBN: 9781785008092

Category: Transportation

Page: 208

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This book describes seven branch lines which climbed into the mountain ranges that span the length and breadth of the countries of India and Pakistan. Some - like the Darjeeling Himalayan - are well known, but others - like the Zhob Valley, Khyber Pass and Kangra Valley lines - are less so. Several of these railways were also the last bastions of steam operation in the sub-continent. Unsurprisingly, as hill railways, most of them reached remarkable heights, many using ingenious feats of engineering to assist their climb into seemingly impenetrable terrain. These lines served diverse locations, each with its own characteristics, from the hostile territories of the North-West Frontier, along the spectacular foothills of the Himalayas, skirting the Western Ghats of the Deccan down to the gentle rolling landscape of the Nilgiris, or Blue Hills, of South India. The book gives the histories of the seven hill railways including summaries of their operations and routes. Maps and gradient charts for all seven railway lines are given as well as listings of the locomotives operating the hill railways.

Comeng

Comeng

Author: John Dunn

Publisher: Rosenberg Publishing

ISBN: 9781925078046

Category: Transportation

Page: 312

View: 396

This volume takes up the account of Comeng’s history from 1985 and carries the story through to 1990—and then on into the post–Comeng era at Dandenong of ASEA Brown Boveri (ABB), Adtranz and Bombardier. This volume therefore includes the products that have been turned out from the Dandenong plant from the time when Comeng’s name ceased to exist. It includes descriptions of the new XPT sleeping cars; the Xplorer and Endeavour railcars; SEPTA transit cars for Philadelphia, and electric locos for India. There are brief descriptions of the other projects during the ABB-Adtranz era. Finally, this volume concludes with a summary of the contracts won by Bombardier up to 2012.