Vande Bharat-2 reach 180 kmph in a test run on the Kota-Nagda railway section

Vande Bharat train is a self-propelled engine train, that is, it does not have a separate engine.

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MADHYA PRADESH (Metro Rail News): Vande Bharat Express train, a semi-high-speed train in India built by the Integral Coach Factory (ICF), went beyond the 180 kmph speed restriction during a test run. Vande Bharat train underwent a preliminary trial at various speeds on the Kota-Nagda railway segment. Union Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw tweeted, “VandeBharat-2 speed trial started between Kota-Nagda section at 120/130/150 and 180 Kmph.”

The RDSO (Research, Design, and Standards Organization) team used a newly developed Vande Bharat train set to undertake thorough oscillation trials on a prototype rake of 16 coaches of the train set. Trials were undertaken in stages in Kota Division. The first trial was conducted between Kota and Ghat ka Barana; the second trial was conducted between Ghat ka Barana and Kota; the third trial was non-recording on the down line between Kurlasi and Ramganj Mandi; the fourth and fifth trials were conducted on the down line between Kurlasi and Ramganj Mandi; and the sixth trial was conducted on the down line between Kurlasi, Ramganj Mandi, and Laban.

Vande Bharat train is completely manufactured in India. It is a semi-high-speed train. Vande Bharat train is a self-propelled engine train, that is, it does not have a separate engine. It has automatic doors and air-conditioned chair car coaches and a revolving chair that can rotate up to 180 degrees.

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