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The bullet trains of India – its features and launch. – Techoob

The bullet trains of India – its features and launch.

Nowadays every major country in the world is having a high-speed rail network. Some countries like China, France,Italy, Russia,poland,Portugal, South korea and Uzbekistan  have built bullet trains or are building bullet trains.  The network of the high-speed rail is built for conveyance and for lessening the time of passenger travel, while some high-speed rails also offer freight service.

Bullet train in different countries

The bullet train in Japan has first projected in the 1930s and the high-speed train started in 1964. The Japanese trains were so fast that a tunnel boom is produced which is so loud that the Japanese government had to install tunnel extensions to help quiet things down. The japan`s lo series has achieved a speed of aforementioned 375mph.  Japan plans to have a full network of these bad boys up and running by 2027.some of the maglevs are pushed up and others are pulled up by a magnetic field.  In 2007, an SNCF TGV (the French high-speed rail) hit 357.2 mph to officially become the fastest train that still uses wheels.

Bullet trains in India

The bullet trains are planned to be a part of Indian railways in few years. Railway Board chairman Ashwani Lohani on Monday said that the public transporter looked at it as a project that would unleash technology-driven transportation in the country. The National High-Speed Rail Corporation, a special purpose vehicle of the Railways and the state governments of Maharashtra and Gujarat, is implementing the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train corridor with technical and financial support from Japan. “The advent of the bullet train is extremely essential for our country as it will unleash technology-driven transportation,” Lohani said to economic times. He added that the Mumbai-Ahmedabad high-speed corridor has a deadline of December 2022.  The bullet trains in India will be having a speed of 160kmph and features wifi on board with a seating capacity of 1128. The cost of train built in 18 months is 100 cr. The trains will be having automated doors, fully air-conditioned and will be having an aerodynamic design with a capability of fast acceleration and fast braking. The train 18 was designed and manufactured in India but the train`s transformer and braking system have been imported. The train`s biggest feature is that the train will be having no engine, as all the coach will act a separate engine and will be having a separate motor for even distribution of power and faster acceleration. The train will cut time by 15% compared to Shatabdi. The tracks should also be modified for the train 18 to work smoothly.

The bullet train India might not be a gamechanger as there are many countries which have bullet trains but as it is coming to India for the first time so it will be very interesting to see the speed and the level of comfort provided by the trains.

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