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Traction motors, which generate the force required to spin a vehicle’s wheels, are powered by electricity. The traction motors’ produced turning force is transferred to the wheels by the driving gear unit and axle.
A totally sealed structure prevents dust intrusion. A lower component count indicates fewer and less frequent maintenance requirements.
A bonus is a structure being completely soundproof. Enhancements to accessories like cooling fans also help to minimize noise. The stator was integrated and the rotor bar was brazed using high-quality frequency heating, creating a sturdy structure that guarantees great reliability.
The Spain EV Traction Motor Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Stadler has awarded ABB orders for energy-efficient propulsion and high-performance battery solutions for high-capacity commuter trains, totalling millions.
Many of these trains would improve Spain’s short-distance transportation system, which now transports over a million commuting passengers daily between some of the country’s main cities, including Madrid and Barcelona. The new locomotive traction equipment is also included in the orders.
The next-generation high-capacity double-deck commuter trains will be powered by cutting-edge compact traction converters and high-power lithium-ion batteries based on board energy storage systems for Spain’s state-owned rail operator Renfe.
The new, high-capacity commuter trains include traction batteries for emergency usage for depot movement in addition to operating on 3kV direct current overhead wires.
The new fleet will boost passenger capacity while also promoting more environmentally friendly transportation since it is outfitted with highly efficient, compact, and roof-mounted ABB traction technology.
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