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1.1.1 Turbo Supercharger Section
1.1.2 Fip & Injector Section
1.1.3 Expresser & Compressor Section
1.1.4 Power Assembly Section
1.1.5. Cylinder Head Section
1.1.6. Cross Head Section
1.1.7. Pump Section
1.1.8. Miscelleneous Sub-assembly & Heat Exchanger Section
1.1.9.Bogie Section
1.1.10. Yearly Section
1.1.11. Air Brake Section
1.1.12. Valve Section
1.1.13. Speedometer Section
1.1.14. Governor Section
1.2.1 Mail Section
1.2.2 Goods Section
1.2.3 Quarterly & Half Yearly Section
1.2.4 Out-Of-Course Section
1.2.5 M & P Of The Shed
1.2.6 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM OF DIESEL – ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE
1.2.7BLOCK DIAGRAM OF DIESEL LOCOMOTIVE
1.2.8 SALIENT FEATURES
1.2.9 Engine Description
2.1 Diesel engine: Mode of Operation
2.2 Diesel-electric control
2.3 WORKING OF DIESEL LOCOMOTIVE
2.4 Starting:
2.5 Transition methods include:
2.6 Size Does Count
2.7 Important Maintenance Instruction For Cylinder Head
2.8 Cylinder Head
3.1 Technical specifications
3.2 Broad Gauge Main Line Freight Locomotive WDG 3A
3.3 Broad Gauge Main Line Mixed Service LOCO WDM 3D
3.4 Broad Gauge Shunting Locomotive WDS 6AD
3.5 Engine Test Bed Facilities
3.6 Fuel Consumption on 8th Notch
3.7 Fuel Consumption Over Duty Cycle
3.8 Speed at different Notch position
3.9 Driving a Locomotive
4.1 Main Alternator
4.2 Auxiliary Alternator
4.3 Motor Blower
4.4 Air Intakes
4.5 Rectifiers/Inverters
4.6 Electronic Controls:
4.7 Control Stand
4.8 Batteries
4.9 Cab
4.10 Traction Motor
4.11 Fuel Tank
4.12.1 Function and types of governors
4.12.2 Description and operation
4.12.3 Regulating governor sub-assemblies:-
4.12.4 ADJUSTMENTS
4.12.5 Air Compressor
4.12.6 Gear Box
4.12.7 Fuel Injection
4.12.8 FIP Testing
4.12.9.1 Maintenance Instruction Of Injector While Re-Conditioning
4.12.9.2Tool, Gauges, Torque Wrenches Used In FIP Section
4.13 Fuel Control
4.14.1 Radiator Construction
4.14.2 Water Flow Control
4.14.3 Airflow Control
4.14.4 Coolant
4.14.5 Boiling Or Overheating
4.14.6 Radiator Thrust
4.14.7 Steam Cooling
5.1.1 Inspection and maintenance
6.1 Lubricating Oil: WDM2 – 910lts WDM3 – 1110lts
7.1 Nomenclature
7.2 Working Principle
7.3 History
7.4 Aviation
7.5.1 Components:
7.5.2 Wastegate
7.5.3 Anti-Surge/Dump/Blow off Valves:
7.5.4 Charge cooling:
7.5.5 Sand Box:
8.1 Wheels
8.2 Traction:
9.2 Gearbox
9.3 Final Drive
9.4 Hydraulic Transmission
10.2 Early days:
10.3 Later British practice:
10.4 Continuous brakes:
10.5.1 Air versus vacuum brakes:
10.5.2 Air brake enhancements:
10.5.3 Electro pneumatic brakes:
10.5.4 Electronically controlled pneumatic brakes:
10.5.5 Brake Control:
10.5.6 Reversibility:
10.5.8 How the automatic vacuum brake works:
10.6 Dual brakes:
11.2 Power Control:
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Diesel Shed

Diesel Shed

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Published by: Ekjot Saini on Aug 09, 2011
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