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Unconventional Current Collecting of the Electric Energy from a Contact Line for the Electric Traction Vehicles. Lorin Cantemir, Costica Nituca, Gabriel Chiriac Techn i cal University “Gh. Asachi” Iasi Romania. Technical University in Iasi Faculty of Electrical Engineering. Ro ma nia.

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Lorin cantemir costica nituca gabriel chiriac techn i cal university gh asachi iasi

Unconventional Current Collecting of the Electric Energy from a Contact Line for the Electric Traction Vehicles

Lorin Cantemir, Costica Nituca, Gabriel Chiriac

Technical University “Gh. Asachi” Iasi

Romania


Lorin cantemir costica nituca gabriel chiriac techn i cal university gh asachi iasi

Technical University in Iasi

Faculty of Electrical Engineering

Romania

Palace of Culture

PACIFIC 2011 Conference, December 8th 2011, Amiens, France


Lorin cantemir costica nituca gabriel chiriac techn i cal university gh asachi iasi

Contact Current Collecting – Conventional Collecting

  • Rail power collecting

  • used on first electric locomotive, 1879 and for the first tramway, 1881

  • today used especially on metro

  • Contact line power collecting

  • One contact line, the most used system for supply the electric vehicles (used for electric trains, tramways)

  • Two contact line, used for trolley-buses

  • Three- phased current collecting

  • used on railway from 1899 in Switzerland, Italy.

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Conventional current collecting problems

Conventional Current Collecting Problems

  • Detachment of the pantograph from the contact line

  • Current collecting interruption

  • Destruction of the contact line and pantograph

  • Electric arc between the contact line and pantograph – Can we convert this problem into a useful aspect?

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Unconventional power collecting possibilities

Unconventional Power Collecting Possibilities

  • Inductive

    • Without a magnetic circuit

    • With an magnetic circuit, Inductive Power Supply, Transrapid IPS

  • Electromagnetic

  • Capacitive

  • Using the electric arc, two methods

    • The electric arc controlled by a magnetic field;

    • The electric arc controlled by a coaxial gas.

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Our research the electric arc controlled by a coaxial gas

Our research: The electric arc controlled by a coaxial gas

Advantages:

  • The power collecting system is tolerably light and with small dimensions;

  • The cathode doesn’t need a special thermal protection except the cooling of the gas;

  • Disadvantages of such a system derive from an optimization of the longer electric arcs , the necessity of the gas system on the vehicle and a coaxial control of the electric arc

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Electric arc energy transfer in static regime

ELECTRIC ARC ENERGY TRANSFER IN STATIC REGIME

The plasma jet-cutting installation.

Electric arc currents for a copper anode.

The maximum distance for a stable current is about 30 mm

From the stability point of view of the electric arcs,

the distances of about 2127 mm correspond

to a maximum stability.

Currents for an aluminum-titanium alloy anode.

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Electric arc energy transfer in dynamic regime

ELECTRIC ARC ENERGY TRANSFER IN DYNAMIC REGIME

The electric current through the electric arc

The experimental stand for the dynamic regime tests

For about 1520 mm between electrodes it was a good energy transfer.

The electric current increases is proportional to the speed.

The minimum current for a stable electric arc is about 120 A.

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Conclusions

Conclusions

  • The tests were made in static and dynamic regime to estimate the stability of the electric arcs during the energy transfer for different distances between the electrodes.

  • There were used four types of materials for the anode and was analyzed the dependence between the electric current in arc and the distance between the electrodes.

  • The phenomena of the electric arc power collecting (the stability of the arc, the shape electrode, and the level of the electromagnetic interference) are very complex and need important researches to solve the specific problems.

  • For future research: in a.c., having into attention some parameters as voltage, current, frequency, critical length of the arc, climate, temperature, speed of the vehicle and the sliding velocity of the electric arc.

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Lorin cantemir costica nituca gabriel chiriac techn i cal university gh asachi iasi

Thank you for your attention

Contact

[email protected]

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