My WAP-4 designed Electric Locomotive

My WAP-4 designed Electric Locomotive


My designed Electric Locomotive

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“My WAP-4 designed Electric Locomotive sketch”.

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My designed Electric Locomotive



About the sketch :


In this post, I share my WAP-4 Electric locomotive sketch made by me with my imagination as well as  creative ideas.

As well as various other locomotives models are also uploaded in this post.



My designed Electric Locomotive




In India, WAP-4 locomotive is third powerful engine of Indian railway.

Also This has power in rank #3.

This is capable of hauling rake of 24 coaches speed of upto 130 K.m.p.h.

As well as It is mainly used for Superfast trains and few rajdhanis too!

My designed Electric Locomotive

In Indian Railway, the WAP-4 is one of the most important electric locomotives used.

But also this is a very powerful class capable of hauling 26 coaches at a speed of 140 km/h .

They have a max speed of 175 km/h.

Sheds Holding WAP-4 are :-

1.Howrah (HWH) 90+ locos
2.Erode (ED) 85+ locos
3.Kanpur (CNB) 60+ locos
4.Ghaziabad (GZB) 80+ locos
5.Vadodara (BRC) 80+ locos
6.Lallaguda (LGD) 65+ locos
7.Royapuram (RPM) 45+ locos
8.Ludhiana (LDH) 30+ locos
9.Santragachi (SRC) 55+ locos
10.Mughalsarai (MGS) 60+ locos
11.Bhusawal (BSL) 35+ locos
12.Itarsi (ET) 25+ locos
13.Vijaywada (BZA) 5+ locos

This class hauls 32coach (1800 tonne) trains at 110 km/h.

It is also used to haul the premier Rajdhani & Shatabdi expresses at 140 km/h.

These loco has achieved a top speed of 169.5 km/h, though Indian Railways limits its top speed to 145 km/h.

The acceleration time / distances are:
110 km/h – 338 seconds (6.8 km)
120 km/h – 455 seconds (10.5 km)
130 km/h – 741 seconds (20.5 km)

The Starting Tractive Effort (Te) is 32000 kg/force.

My designed Electric Locomotive


Designation of Locos :

The classification codes that identify the locomotive types.

These codes are in the form (gauge, power, load and series).

The Indian railways have two types of
locomotives :-

WAG and WAP locomotives.

They are classified as WAG and WAP depending upon gear ratios; it means more speed but low hauling capacity for passengers.

The WAP as well as the vice versa in
case of goods WAG locomotive.

The max. speed of WAP type locomotive was about 110 k.m.p.h.and for other types locomotives it’s varies.

-WAG stands for Wide gauge AC Goods.
For example: WAG-1, WAG-2, WAG-4, WAG-5, WAG-7, WAG-9.

-WAP stands for Wide gauge AC Passengers.
For example: WAP-4, WAP-7.

My designed Electric Locomotive


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By Tejas Anil Chavhan

Hi friends, My name is Tejas A. Chavhan. And I am a pursuing Civil Engineering student from Dilkap research & Institute of Engineering & Management studies, Neral. I made this website to show my amazing and fantastic sketches for the sketch lovers to get inspired from my sketches & get new ideas from my sketches.

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