China's first magnetic-levied 2.0 train was delivered to Changsha Maglev's Express Lines on the 26th after the end of the test at CZ Zhuzhou Electric Locomotive Co. Ltd., and the assembling, commissioning and acceleration tests began.The 160 km train is tested on commercial lines, which is a significant breakthrough in the Chinese autonomous magnetic float technology in the medium-velocity field.
The acceleration test will focus on the step-by-step step-by-step verification method focusing on key technology testing such as traction power, suspension control, rail link and rail connection for trains above 100 kilometers per hour. The engineering application sets the technical basis.
Since China's first single-fire project, 100 km / h, the Changsha Maglev Express Train started in May 2016 and has been operating safely for more than two years. Based on the experience of developing and operating version 1.0 of the Maglev train, the Zhuzhou CSR Research and Development Team, Hunan Maglev Technological Research Center, Hunan Maglev Transportation Development Co., Ltd., the National University of Science and Technology in defense and others. The main technologies such as debit, lightness and braking were innovative, and in June last year, a commercial train of the 2.0 was successfully developed.
According to Qi Laisheng, director of the CSR Institute of Magnetic Float Research, compared to the 1.0 version of the maglev train, the Magnetic Train version 2.0 optimizes the design of the final electromagnet, and the overall suspension capacity of the entire train is increased by 6 tons. The power is increased by 30% and the maximum capacity of the three-part group increases to 500.
Of course, the 3.0 version of the maglev train at a speed of 200 kilometers per hour is also under development. China has now set up a fully independent system for trading intellectual property intellectuals from research and development, manufacturing, testing to commercial exploitation. Among them, Hunan is in the forefront and can complete the research and development, production and supply of more than 90% of the Maglev parts of the province.