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Journal: Iord journal of science & technology (Vol.01, No. 01)

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Page : 22-28

Keywords : ELECTRICITY; GENERATION; Indian Railways; MOG; Head on generation;

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In India power required for train is near about 2.5% of total demand of power. When the train is at running condition because of un leveling of the track the bogies are continuously having upward and downward motion.It is observed that there is relative upward and downward motion happens within two bogies. Therefore if we use this relative motion for the generation of electricity without affecting the input of train (electrical or mechanical) with this we can make one mechanism which firstly convert this relative motion into rotational motion.This mechanism doesn’t have affects of length of displacement of bogies in upward and downward direction as well as rotational motion obtained from this mechanism is unidirectional whose speed of rotational are generally depends on rate of movements of bogies in upward and downward direction and not on the length of displacement of bogies. In this way both the movements that is upward and downward movements can be used for generation of electrical power.The obtained speed of rotational motion is converted to the rated speed of generator by means of gearbox. Once receiving this rotational (mechanical) energy generator converts it into electrical energy.

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