TEP60-0190

TEP60 is a passenger diesel engine produced in the USSR at the locomotive manufacturing plant in Kolomna (Moscow region) from 1960 to 1985. Out of 1241 units produced in total 32 units are still operated by Belarus Railways as of September 2014.

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TEP60-0190.cdp

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Description

Description

TEP60 is a passenger diesel engine produced in the USSR at the locomotive manufacturing plant in Kolomna (Moscow region) from 1960 to 1985. Out of 1241 units produced in total 32 units are still operated by Belarus Railways as of September 2014.

TEP60 was built in 1967. Currently it serves as an exhibit in Central Oktyabrskaya railway museum (located in Saint-Petersburg)

This model is a highly detailed copy of the prototype locomotive which uses textures based on photo-material. A highly detailed cabin model based on photos of TEP60 series is also included. Functionality and traction specifications are as close to the original.

Authors:
3D model: Dmitry Koctyuchenko aka 'ZIMA'
Traction specifications: Roman Shepelenko aka ‘SHEP Rom’
English localization: Anton Taranishin aka ‘Ant.taranish’
Scripting and tuning: Aleksey Zverev aka ‘Erendir’

PICTURE

 

 

Requirements

This content is developed for Trainz Simulator 2012 SP1 (Build 61388 and higher).

Warning:
Adequate performance of this content in Trainz: A New Era is not guaranteed.
This content is not intended to run in Trainz versions below specified in the requirements (Nor will it).



Functionality

The content supports both simplified control mode (DCC) and realistic mode (Cab Mode).
In Cab Mode the functionality is as close to the prototype.

Main features:
- Position of windows, curtains and wipers, cab and engine room lighting are synchronized both in the cabin and in the exterior view;
- The driver and the secondman are always in the active cabin;
- Simulation of electro-pneumatic brakes (you must couple cars fitted with EP brakes script in order to use this feature);
- Simulation of driver vigilance control system, automatic emergency braking and cab signals system;
- Simulation of diesel engine cooling system which provides for possible overheating;
- Multiple working;
- Wet and steamy windows, simulation of cab heater;
- Possibility to tune locomotive settings in Surveyor Mode
- State of all cabin controls is maintained when moving to another cabin
- State of all parameters and controls is restored after loading saved game.
- Numerous minor features

instructions

Starting the engine and driving the locomotive--

How to start the engine:
1. Move brake lock lever (valve №367m, located below train brake handle) to "unlocked" position
2. Turn on "Fuel pump" circuit breaker
3. Turn on "General control" circuit breaker
4. Turn on "Pressure and temperature gauges" circuit breaker
5. Turn on "Field weakening" circuit breaker
6. Give a whistle (B)
7. Press button "Start engine" (upper button located between circuit breakers)

How to start moving
1. Move the train brake handle (valve №365) to position I - Release and charging;
2. Wait for the pressure in the equalizing reservoir to reach 5.25 kgf/sm²;
3. Move the train brake handle (valve №365) to position II - train position;
4. Turn on 'EP brake' circuit breaker (only when using passenger cars fitted with EP brakes);
5. Move the reverser handle forward or backward;
6. Turn the EP valve key, press KB button (located below cab signals) within 6 seconds from hearing EP valve whistle sound;
7. Turn on 'Locomotive control' circuit breaker
8. Give a whistle (B)
9. Move the independent brake handle (valve №254) to position II - train position
10. Wait until pressure in brake cylinders falls. If pressure maintains press "brake release" button;
11. Move the controller handle to position 1;
12. Wait for the "lift engine load" lamp to go out ;
13. Proceed with moving the controller handle to higher positions.

How to stop moving when using pneumatic brakes:
1. Move the controller handle to position 0;
2. Move the train brake handle (valve №365) to position V - Application;
3. Wait for the pressure in the equalizing reservoir to fall to requested grade;
4. Move the train brake handle (valve №365) to position III - Lap without brake pipe feeding or IV - Lap with brake pipe feeding;
5. Wait for the train to stop.

How to stop moving when using EP brakes:
1. Move the controller lever to position 0
2. Move the train brake handle (valve №365) to position Vа - delayed application
3. Wait for the pressure in brake cylinders to reach 2 kgf/sm² (or other value depending on velocity, gradient etc.)
4. Move the train brake handle (valve №365) to position III - Lap without brake pipe feeding or IV - Lap with brake pipe feeding;
5. Wait for the train to stop.

How to change cabs:
1. Turn off "Locomotive control" circuit breaker;
2. Move the reverser handle to neutral position;
4. Turn off EP valve;
5. Move the independent brake handle (valve №254) to position VI - Application;
6. Move the train brake handle (valve №365) to position VI - Emergency;
7. Wait until brake pipe pressure falls;
8. Move brake lock lever (valve №367m) to "locked" position;
9. Turn off "General control" circuit breaker;
10. Move to the other cab.



Multiple working (two units)

In order for the multiple working system to operate two units must be coupled together with rear cabins (those closer to coolers) facing each other.
Driving is allowed from the front cabin of each unit (marked as "A" or "1")

How to start the engines:
1. Move brake lock lever (valve №367m) to "unlocked" position
2. Turn on "Fuel pump" circuit breaker
3. Turn on "Fuel pump on second unit" circuit breaker
4. Turn on "General control" circuit breaker
5. Turn on "Pressure and temperature gauges" circuit breaker
6. Turn on "Field weakening" circuit breaker
7. Give a whistle (B)
8. Press button "Start engine on second unit" (lower button located between circuit breakers)
9. Press button "Start engine" (upper button located between circuit breakers)
10. The "Engine working on second unit" lamp will light up to confirm successful start-up of the second unit engine.

How to start moving
1. Move the train brake handle (valve №365) to position I - Release and charging;
2. Wait for the pressure in the equalizing reservoir to reach 5.25 kgf/sm²;
3. Move the train brake handle (valve №365) to position II - train position;
4. Turn on 'EP brake' circuit breaker (only when using passenger cars fitted with EP brakes);
5. Move the reverser handle forward or backward;
6. Turn the EP valve key, press KB button (located below cab signals) within 6 seconds from hearing EP valve whistle sound;
7. Turn on 'Locomotive control' circuit breaker
8. Give a whistle (B)
9. Move the independent brake handle (valve №254) to position II - train position
10. Wait until pressure in brake cylinders falls. If pressure maintains press "brake release" button;
11. Move the controller handle to position 1;
12. Wait for the "lift engine load" and "lift second engine load" lamps to go out ;
13. Proceed with moving the controller handle to higher positions.

How to stop moving when using pneumatic brakes:
Same as driving sole unit

How to stop moving when using EP brakes:
Same as driving sole unit

How to change cabs:
Same as driving sole unit


 

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