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Feb 25 2012 (11:18)   12721/Dakshin SF Express (PT)
 

KODAIKANAL Princess of Hills*^~   30803 blog posts   3127 correct pred (69% accurate)
Entry# 357589            Tags   Past Edits
After s10, s11 to s14,gen,slr
Total 27 coaches
Hydrabad to delhi back rack plz update

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Feb 25 2012 (16:47)
HEMANT   3 blog posts
Re# 357589-40            Tags   Past Edits
then some general boggies will definitely be removed.

  
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Feb 25 2012 (17:30)
KODAIKANAL Princess of Hills*^~   30803 blog posts   3127 correct pred (69% accurate)
Re# 357589-41            Tags   Past Edits
Sir i hv seen this train n i also thought that

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Feb 25 2012 (16:00)  
 

HEMANT   3 blog posts
Entry# 357823            Tags   Past Edits
We in india criticizes indian railway for its speed 110km/hr to 150km/hr compared to abroad railway which is 200km/hr to 400km/hr , but one fact is also there indian train are more longer with 22 to 24 coaches which is almost near to 1km comapre to foreign railway which is very small in length about 8 to 12 coaches so its very easy to controll short train when it is in high speed then longer train, the chances of derailment of shorter train are very less compare to longer train. so what is opinion of you people?

  
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Feb 25 2012 (16:04)
Begins Falls Rises ™~   21453 blog posts   1207 correct pred (63% accurate)
Re# 357823-1            Tags   Past Edits
Speed depends on the acceleration of the loco n the track limit. let it be a Indian 24 coach train or else a 12 car Shinkhanshen. the technology differs a lot when compared to Indian standards.

  
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Feb 25 2012 (16:08)
HEMANT   3 blog posts
Re# 357823-2            Tags   Past Edits
i agree with you technology differs then why goods train in india gets derailed very easily compared to exp/mail even in a speed of 60km/hr? i guess goods train are very long than exp/mail ,both run with same technology? even bhopal shatabdi which runs with 150km/hr has only 14 coaches

  
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Feb 25 2012 (16:12)
Begins Falls Rises ™~   21453 blog posts   1207 correct pred (63% accurate)
Re# 357823-3            Tags   Past Edits
Goods trains are one of the most complicated driven trains. even though its a single WDG-4/WAG-9, the wagons aren't soo easy to b driven. compared to coach, the freight wagon or tanker hauls tons of materials. derailments occur due to technical error, or manual error.

  
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Feb 25 2012 (16:54)
bhanu teja భాను తేజ   1829 blog posts   133 correct pred (57% accurate)
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Sir, when average speeds are low, It is better to run with more coaches, keeping in mind the operational convinience.

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Feb 25 2012 (16:57)
bhanu teja భాను తేజ   1829 blog posts   133 correct pred (57% accurate)
Re# 357823-6            Tags   Past Edits
Even I feel during summer HWH/SDH/PNBE/GHY/RNC rajdhani should run with more coaches as the speed is anyway low because of fog.
This would help more passengers when flights are cancelled.Also helps railways to get more money.
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