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Post by Villem » 08 Jul 2004 10:57

I looked European Railway server

Here are the stats

Class:680
Axle Formula:Emu-7
Year In service:2003
power(kw):4000
Tractive effort(kn):212
Max Speed km/h:230
Voltage:3kV=+15+25kV

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Post by minime » 08 Jul 2004 20:04

Just to add some details:

Wheel arrangement is (1A)'(A1)'+2'2'+(1A)'(A1)'+2'2'+(1A)'(A1)'+2'2'+(1A)'(A1)'

From my sources the power is 3 920 kW and max. tractive effort only 200 kN, but the difference is negligible, so choose whichever you prefer.

Empty mass is 385t, full 416t.

Seating places - 1st class 226 + 2 disabled and 2nd class 331 + 2.

The actual car arrangement is as follows:
Head powered car with first class seating (class 681)
Itermediate unpowered car with first class seating (class 081)
Itermediate powered car with second class seating and a snack bar (class 683)
Itermediate unpowered car with second class seating (class 084)
Itermediate powered car with second class seating (class 684)
Itermediate unpowered car with second class seating (class 082)
Head powered car with second class seating (class 682)

It is possible to connect at most two of the EMUs together to get a 14 car train.

One thing is incorrect in your data, and that's the date in service. They were supposed to enter service with the new timetable that started in mid June of this year, on the Vienna - Prague (EC 1274/1275 Johann Gregor Mendel) and Vienna - Prague - Dresden (EC 1278/1279) routes, but there are problems with interference with track systems, so they can't use them yet. (Damn, and I was soo looking forward to take one, ah well).

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Post by krtaylor » 09 Jul 2004 02:18

MINIME!!! Where have you been? Great to see you again!!
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Post by Singaporekid » 10 Jul 2004 14:04

Nobody doing steamers?
im doing S 3/6 4-6-2 royal bavarian steamer (my favourite german steamer) although MB might do it for his alphine set :lol:
Anybody want to see a pic of a modern 4-4-0?
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Post by Singaporekid » 10 Jul 2004 14:53

here is the incomplete S3/6, should i do one which the blue livery?
pics are at http://www.railfaneurope.net/pix/de/ste ... 6/pix.html
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Post by Lakie » 10 Jul 2004 16:06

Erm...

There is progress Purno. :D

Although not finished due to problems...

Should be done soon...

Should it work with the DB set?

Because the DB set uses most/all the Train IDs...

Currently uses ID 53 (hex) which is from Toyland
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Post by Purno » 10 Jul 2004 16:16

Lakie wrote:There is progress Purno. :D
Should be done soon...
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Post by Lakie » 11 Jul 2004 16:08

Almost finished 2 bugs left... :cry:

:arrow: Speed and Power are cut in half :?
:arrow: It is at the very bottom of the new vehicle list. :(

:shock: Facts

:!: Doesn't work with DB set (Haven't got other sets to test.)
:!: Only works in Temperate
:!: Is electric (needs electric railways)
:!: Will be a DOS and Windows version. ;)

I corrected one of your images of it. :lol:

In this Thread

Should be done by tonight. :twisted:
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Post by Oracle » 12 Jul 2004 19:11

Swedish Y2 DMU.
Does work with most sets, I think, but I'm not sure why you'd want it with the DB or US sets.
ID 6C.
180 kph
540 hp per car
Carries 40 passengers.
Buy one engine and the rest passenger/mail cars.

Looks lovely :wink:.
Probably doesn't cost enough but never mind.
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Post by Oracle » 12 Jul 2004 20:09

Lithuanian AR2 Railbus DMU

Engine only (buy lots if you want them).
Stats are just guesstimates but are probably OK-ish.
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Post by SHADOW-XIII » 12 Jul 2004 20:26

would be good to see some screenies
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Post by Oracle » 12 Jul 2004 21:08

Hardly thrilling but there you go.

Anything you particularly want next, Purno?
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Post by krtaylor » 12 Jul 2004 21:19

I don't mean to be a wet blanket, but single-train GRF files are kinda useless. Maybe we need a "Tiny European Countries" set to scoop them all up.
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Post by Colonel32 » 12 Jul 2004 21:50

Once you do the coding, you don't have to do it again, right? Purno is an unstopable drawing maniac, so it seems to me that it is pretty good, that his graphics are beeing coded, so that when his European Railset (and he will do this one day, I hope), the completation of the set will be faster then.
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Post by minime » 12 Jul 2004 21:55

They are not entirely useless. For one they are a great source of information for people learning how to code GRFs. Second, they provide a way to tweak the graphics and settings for the vehicles, without having to wait for all the stuff to be drawn and compiled to one massive package. You can have much faster development cycle that way. Not to mention that it's way easier to work with the stuff in a small file, than having to go through hundreds of lines that a complete set would consist of.

After all, once you have the file coded, combining several of them together will take little effort, since all you have to worry about then is just integrating them together (maybe modify some IDs, but that's just a breeze).

Oh, and if you call those countries "Tiny" what would you call places like Andorra, Lichtenstein or Luxembourg? (Not to even mention San Marino, Monaco or Vatican :wink: -- and that's just European countries I'm mentioning, heheh) :lol: After all, they may be small geographically, but population-wise they're far from that. After all, you probably wouldn't call Canada small, yet it only has 3x the population of Czech Republic :D

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Post by krtaylor » 12 Jul 2004 22:34

Andorra, Lichtenstein or Luxembourg - micro-states
San Marino, Monaco or Vatican - city-states

But you're right, the Baltics are merely small.
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Post by Colonel32 » 13 Jul 2004 03:59

2 Minime: That would mean that Czech republic is a world superpower, because Canada is the second larges country in the world :D
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Post by minime » 13 Jul 2004 04:55

We are, aren't we? Except nobody realized it yet ;D
One day they will all tremble in fear of the mighty Czechs :lol:

It's true about Canada tho. Most of the people just live within 100 clicks of the US border. The rest is just snowmen and beavers. :wink:

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Post by Singaporekid » 13 Jul 2004 05:52

I always think of Colin Mochrie when I think of canada :lol: http://www.colinmochrie.com
But we're going off-topic here!
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Post by Purno » 13 Jul 2004 08:08

:bow: Oracle, great coding, thx :bow:

But the backlights aren't red :/
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