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Veeremi veoliigi valik as-i eesti liinirongid Stadler Flirt elektri- ja diiselrongide näitel

Kilin, Timofei (2018) Veeremi veoliigi valik as-i eesti liinirongid Stadler Flirt elektri- ja diiselrongide näitel. [thesis] [en] Selection of the vehicle type of transport AS Estonian Linearies Stadler Flirt on the example of electric and diesel trains.

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Abstract

Teostades arvutuslikke samme kujunes välja Stadler Flirt elektrirongide ja diiselrongide hindamise kriteerium, mis ennast kujuneb ekspluatatsioonis kulutatud euro ühik läbitud kilomeetrile. Selle järgi on selgelt näha, et Stadler Flirt diiselrong oma keskmiste ekspluatatsioonikuludega 0,93 €/km on kallim kui sama tüüpi elektrirong. Töö autor on veendunud, et see vahe hakkab ainult kasvama, kuna diiselrongi diislisõlmed ja temaga soetuvad abi sõlmed mingi hetk hakkavad hoolduskulude näitajad astmeliselt kasvatama. Sellega kaasnevad ka suured hooldustööd mis on ajaliselt pikem ja mahukam tava hooldustöödest. Kohe tekib otsene seos reservkooseisude kättesaamisega ja reisiliini täis mahus teenindamises. Arvestades sellega, et reisijate arv püsivalt suureneb, peaks suurendama reisirongi tihedust ja või koosseisude mahutavust. Selgus, et kasutades erinevaid veeremi liigi sama reisiliini teenindamisega, on ühe reisijakilomeetri maksumus elektrirongil soodsam kui diiselrongil. Aegviidu – Tapa vahelise lõiku pikendamine on majanduslikult otstarbekas, sest esmased arvutused on näidanud, et riigile on võimalik reisirongiliikluses kulud kokku hoida, pakkudes reisijatele parema reisirongi tihedust ja mugavust ning õigeaegselt ja valutud liiklusgraafiku täitmisele teostada veeremi pargile kõik võimalikud hooldus- ja remonditööd. Balansseeritud kulude jagamine annab võimaluse sama kulude hulgaga arendada reisijateveo seonduvad uuendused raudtee valdkonnas, pakkudes reisijatele kaasaegse mugavuse reisijateveol.

Abstract [en]

In carrying out of the calculations have got the Stadler Flirt electric and diesel trains evaluation criteria which is the unit of euro spent per running kilometer (EUR / km). According to calculations it is clearly to see that the Stadler Flirt Diesel trains operation on average 0,93 EUR / km is more expensive than the same type of electric trains. The author is convinced that this gap will only increase, because the maintenance costs of the diesel train's agreggates and auxilary systems will begin gradually to grow up in the near future. It will bring the high level maintenance works which is longer and more extensive than the maintenance tasks today. Will occur the direct connection between availibility of reserve trains and full power operation on passenger's lines. Taken into account that passengers flow is continiously increasing, the passenger train traffic schedule and / or trains capacity should be increased as well. It is clarified that if use of different types of rolling stock on the same passenger line the operation cost per kilometer for electrical trains is cheaper than for diesel trains. The extension of the Aegviidu-Tapa electrified line section is economically feasible, as the primary calculations have shown that the state can save costs of the passenger traffic by providing to passengers the better traffic schedule and comfort and ontime to carry out all neccessary maintenance and repair works on the rolling stock fleet. The usage of Balanced Costs gives the opportunity with the same costs to develop the passengers traffic related innovations in the railway industry providing to passengers the modern comfort in passenger transport.

Item Type: thesis
Advisor: Martin Kuusk
Co-advisor: Magnus Roosma
Subjects: Transport > Rail transport > Railway engineering
Divisions: Institute of Logistics > Railway Engineering
Depositing User: Timofei Kilin
Date Deposited: 11 Jun 2018 12:32
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2019 09:27
URI: http://eprints.tktk.ee/id/eprint/3739

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