Blog Entry# 2049392
Posted: Nov 05 2016 (17:20)
Last Response: Nov 05 2016 (17:32)
Nov 05 2016 (17:20)
🚅OHE over JBP🔰~ 1268 blog posts 75 correct pred (71% accurate)
If a LHB train is given a HOG loco, would the EOG's still be required?
Nov 05 2016 (17:21)
IR no more Safe^~ 22520 blog posts 98995 correct pred (75% accurate)
but 1 EOG should be kept as Back up.
Nov 05 2016 (17:22)
Poll on Fares in Indian Railways entry 2332591^~ 82781 blog posts 5299 correct pred (78% accurate)
Both EOG are required ecause they also work as guard van, but both of them can be turned off.
Nov 05 2016 (17:26)
❤️ ⚡ WAP5™ ⚡ ❤️ 6578 blog posts 278 correct pred (91% accurate)
EOGs will be required for emergency, but the generators can be turned off.
Nov 05 2016 (17:32)
Saurabh®~ 2433 blog posts 38 correct pred (72% accurate)
In current set up performances of hog is not completely reliable. There are fluctuations and neutral section problems. As a backup one hog should be kept at least. Though in future with more technical advancement they may be totally shut of
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