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May 01 (12:20) Indian Railways receives the 100th electric locomotive of 12,000 HP from Alstom (urbantransportnews.com)
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New Delhi, India (Urban Transport News): Alstom, India’s biggest multinational sustainable mobility provider with a comprehensive portfolio of offerings, has successfully manufactured and delivered the 100th electric locomotive to Indian Railways. As part of the contract worth €3.5 billion won in 2015, the company will be supplying 800 fully electric high-powered double-section locomotives of 12,000 HP (9 MW) for freight service, capable of hauling ~6,000 tonnes at a top speed of 120 km/hr. This is the largest Foreign Direct Investment project in the Indian Railway sector.
In the financial year 2020-2021, Indian Railways recorded a freight loading of 1,232 million tonnes, which was 2% higher than the previous fiscal. Introduction of faster trains has helped increase the average speed of transportation by 83%
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leading to a shorter turnaround time and has supported the movement of essential goods during COVID-19 times.
With the first Prima T8TM WAG-12Binducted for commercial service in May 2020, these locomotives are transforming the heavy freight transportation landscape of India. Deployed for operations on major freight routes, including Dedicated Freight Corridors, the Prima T8TM WAG-12Be-Locos have already clocked over close to 5 million kilometres hauling a wide range of commodities. These locomotives also made the inaugural run on the first fully operational sections of the Dedicated Freight Corridors, in December 2020. Some of the key commodities moved by these e-Locos include - coal, cement, food grains, fertilisers, petrochemical products, minerals, and posts/ parcels, across 17 States & 2 Union Territories.
Speaking on this milestone, Alain Spohr, Managing Director - Alstom India said:
I’m pleased to mention that despite challenges posed by COVID-19, we have been able to successfully manufacture and deliver 100 e-Locos to the Indian Railways in less than a year. Due to the intricacy of the project, it is really an honour to work on a first-of-its-kind ‘Make in India’ project that resulted in a technology breakthrough for the nation. Our successful collaboration with Indian Railways is paving the way for bringing advanced innovation and technology to the Country. Alstom is committed to delivering safe, reliable, and efficient solutions for IR’s evolutionary journey towards becoming the world's first 100% green railways.
The Prima T8TM WAG-12Be-Locos are built at one of India’s largest integrated greenfield manufacturing facilities at Madhepura (Bihar). Spread across 250 acres, this industrial site is built to international standards of safety and quality. The site has installed production capacity of 120 locomotives per annum and Alstom has progressively achieved over 85% indigenization. With these powerful e-Locos being manufactured within the country, India has become the 6th in the world to join the club of countries producing high horsepower locomotives indigenously.
The project also includes the setting up of two ultramodern maintenance depots in Saharanpur (Uttar Pradesh) and Nagpur (Maharashtra). These depots are equipped with the latest technologies and features to anticipate breakdowns thereby enabling proactive maintenance of India’s most advanced freight locomotives at significantly lower costs. The depot in Saharanpur is currently operational and houses a ‘Training Centre’ equipped with a loco simulator and smart classrooms for skill development of railway employees and loco pilots. To date, more than 500 loco pilots from Indian Railways have been trained and going forward, an additional 500 will be trained annually. The Nagpur depot will be functional next year.
Vinod Shah is a Transport Journalist, Urban Planner and Communication Expert. He possesses over 15 years of experience in Editorial, Media and Corporate Communication in the Urban Transport sector.
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Nov 01 2020 (08:02) बीसलपुर से लेकर ढकिया तिवारी तक दौड़ी ट्रेन (m.jagran.com)
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Nov 01 2020 (08:02)
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पीलीभीत,जेएनएन : लखनऊ के रेलवे संरक्षा आयुक्त ने अन्य अधिकारियों के साथ स्पेशल सैलून ने बीसलपुर स्टेशन से शाहजहांपुर के ढकिया तिवारी हाल्ट तक ब्राडगेज का निरीक्षण किया। उन्होंने विभिन्न स्थानों पर बनाए गए अंडरपास भी देखे।
शनिवार को सुबह करीब नौ बजे स्पेशल सैलून ने संरक्षा आयुक्त समेत मुख्य प्रशासनिक अधिकारी (निर्माण) आरके यादव व डीआरएम आशुतोष पंत बीसलपुर रेलवे स्टेशन पहुंचे। करीब एक घंटे तक अधिकारी सैलून में ही रहे, इसके बाद स्वचालित ट्रालियों के साथ संरक्षा आयुक्त ने निरीक्षण किया। बीसलपुर स्टेशन से ढकिया तिवारी हाल्ट तक ब्राडगेज स्पेशल सैलून ट्रेन दौड़ी। बाद में मुख्य संरक्षा आयुक्त ने ट्रैक का मोटर ट्राली से निरीक्षण किया। कुछ खामियां मिलीं जिसको सही करने के निर्देश दिए। रेलवे ट्रैक पर विभिन्न
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स्थानों पर बनी पुलिया व अंडरपास का भी संरक्षा आयुक्त ने निरीक्षण किया। आज कुल 28.29 किमी रेलवे ट्रैक का निरीक्षण हुआ है। शेष ढकिया तिवारी हाल्ट से शहबाजनगर (13.6 किमी) तक का निरीक्षण रविवार को किया जाएगा। इज्जतनगर मंडल के जनसंपर्क अधिकारी राजेंद्र सिंह के अनुसार शहबाजनगर से बीसलपुर तक स्पीड ट्रायल भी किया जाएगा, इसके बाद सीआरएस की रिपोर्ट आएगी तब इस रूट पर ब्राडगेज ट्रेनों के संचालन का रास्ता साफ हो जाएगा।
Oct 31 2020 (18:30) सीआरएस ने बीसलपुर-शाहजहांपुर ट्रैक का किया निरीक्षण (m.jagran.com)
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सीआरएस  ने बीसलपुर-शाहजहांपुर ट्रैक का किया निरीक्षण
बरेली, जेेएनएन। रेलवे  संरक्षा  आयुक्त ने अन्य अधिकारियों के साथ स्पेशल सैलून से बीसलपुर  स्टेशन से शाहजहांपुर के  ढकिया  तिवारी हॉल्ट तक  ब्राडगेज  का निरीक्षण किया। इस दौरान उन्होंने विभिन्न स्थानों पर बनाए गए अंडरपास भी देखे।
सुबह करीब नौ बजे स्पेशल सैलून से संरक्षा  आयुक्त समेत मुख्य प्रशासनिक अधिकारी (निर्माण) आरके यादव व डीआरएम आशुतोष पंत बीसलपुर रेलवे स्टेशन पहुंचे। करीब एक घंटे तक अधिकारी सैलून में ही रहे। इसके बाद स्वचालित प्रणालियों के साथ  संरक्षा  आयुक्त ने निरीक्षण शुरू किया। बीसलपुर स्टेशन से  ढकिया 
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तिवारी हॉल्ट तक स्पेशल सैलून  ट्रेन  से सौ किमी की रफ्तार से  ट्रायल  होना था लेकिन निगोही स्टेशन के पास ग्रामीणों का धरना होने के कारण स्पीड पचास किमी प्रति घंटा ही रखी गई। इस दौरान रेलवे ट्रैक पर विभिन्न स्थानों पर बनी पुलिया व  अंडरपास का भी  संरक्षा  आयुक्त ने निरीक्षण किया। शनिवार को कुल 28.29 किमी रेलवे ट्रैक का निरीक्षण किया।  शेष  ढकिया  तिवारी हॉल्ट से  शहबाज नगर (13.6 किमी) तक का निरीक्षण रविवार को किया जाएगा।
Jun 08 2020 (22:07) ARCI & Mekins develop UVC-based multipurpose disinfection cabinet for containing surface contamination of COVID 19 (pib.gov.in)
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Dry and chemical-free rapid disinfection through exposure to UVC light
UVC exposure is the best known among the methods to disinfect virus-prone objects
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Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New Materials (ARCI), an autonomous R&D Centre of Department of Science and Technology (DST), Govt. of India and MEKINS Industries have co-developed a UVC-based Cabinet for disinfecting non-critical hospital items, laboratory wear, and PPEs in the research laboratories to prevent surface contamination of COVID 19.
It can also be used to disinfect items exhibited to customers in commercial establishments and several domestic items.
India was successful in controlling the spread of COVID 19 caused by the SARS COV2 virus during the first few phases of lockdown due to strict implementation of COVID 19 guidelines. But, with relaxation of the lockdown, there is a chance of slow spread of disease due to the movement of people across the country, and this is predicted to continue for some time. Transmission through surface contamination is an unpredictable risk in which common utilities play a key role.

The best way to deal with this transmission is by a dry and chemical-free rapid disinfection through exposure to UVC light. UVC irradiation with 254 nm is strongly absorbed by RNA part of COVID-19, leading to molecular structural damage via a photodimerization process and thus inactivating it. UVC exposure is the best known among the methods to disinfect virus-prone objects, including stethoscopes, blood pressure measuring equipment, patient care items, mobile phones, wallets, laptops, reusable laboratory gloves, lab coats, micropipettes, smaller measurement equipment, papers and so on. As the extent of disinfection is proportional to the UVC dose received by a contaminated surface, designing a UVC system with proper engineering is very critical to get the best results.

"Safe and effective strategies, technologies and products for disinfecting spaces, surfaces and various objects become increasingly critical in breaking the chain of virus transmission in the post-lockdown times. Simple, safe and cost-effective solutions based on UV light, thermal treatments, and aerosol mists of acceptable non-chlorine based disinfectants will thus be increasingly pressed in service”, said Prof Ashutosh Sharma, Secretary,DST.

A compact UVC disinfection cabinet co-developed by ARCI and MEKINS, a Hyderabad based company, consists of 4 UVC lamps of 30W (on sides) and 2 lamps of 15 W (top and bottom). It gives a flux sufficient to disinfect articles of various dimensions placed in shelves separated by metal grilled frames to allow sufficient light from all sides. For the safety consideration and to avoid direct exposure of UVC light to the user, the lamps switch on only when the door is locked. The irradiance intensity is measured at various points within the box to assure sufficient radiation to disinfect all the placed articles within 10minutes. The partition frames in the cabinet are removable so that even bigger objects like lab coats, blazers, suits can be disinfected when required. The UVC cabinet is multifunctional and very promising for establishments including research and academic institutes, corporate offices, hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, hotels, restaurants, commercial outlets and domestic usage for fighting COVID 19.

(For more details, please contact N Aparna Rao, CPRO, ARCI, aparna[at]arci[dot]res[dot]in)
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