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ELECTRICAL BRANCH – AT A GLANCE

Sl. No

Description

Quantity

 1

No. of High Tension  supply points (H.T.)

19 Nos.

2

No. of Low Tension  supply points (L.T.)

590  Nos.

3

Total connected load in KW

13624 KW.

4

Elect. Energy Consumption (18- 19 )

Elect. Energy Consumption (19- 20 )

Elect. Energy Consumption (20-21 )

87.20[Lakh Units]

90.38 [Lakh Units]

81.68[Lakh Units]

5

Total No. of  Quarters ( 100 % Electrified) 

2472 units (occupied)

6

Total No. Electrified service buildings

202 units

7

Total No. Stations/Halts

(a)Electrified stations-through EB

(b) Electrified through DG & Solar power

 (c) Electrified by Private Institution/Siding Owner

NSG Category Station:- 80

HG Category Station 38

Non Commercial : 11 Stations Total - 129

a.124

b. 3

c. 2 (BBNH & KMPS- Siding Station)

8

Total No. of  Diesel Generator sets

40 Nos.

9

Total No. of  Electric pump sets

147 Nos.

10

Total No. of Water coolers

49 Nos.

11

Total No of  AC Plants

210 Nos

12

Total No of Manned Level Crossing Gates in MYS Dn

a) LC Gates Electrified by Only EB Power

b) LC Gates Electrified by Solar + EB Power

c) LC Gates Electrified by only Solar Power

258 Nos.

52 Nos.

185 Nos.

22 Nos

13

No. of Flood light towers

7 Nos. of 22.5 mtrs height.

14

No of High mast towers

42 Nos. (20 Mtr height)

15

No of Stations provided with Airport Illumination

MYS, NTW, CMNR, HAS, TTR, DRU, SMET, DVG – 8 Stations

16

Lifts commissioned at Stations

1.MYS- PF 2&3,

2.MYS PF 4 & 5,

3.KRNR PF-1

4.SMET PF-1

5.SMET PF 2 & 3

17

Escalator commissioned at stations

1.MYS PF-1 – 2nos

2.MYS PF -6 – 2 nos

3.DVG PF-1 – 2nos

4.DVG PF -2 – 2 nos

18

No. of Solar Plant available (PPA)

100 kWp-DRM Office & 110 kWp – Railway Station

19

No. of Solar Plants available (By Railways)

10 kWP at RRB & 10 kWP at CTA

Traction Operations at a Glance

No of Crew Lobbies         : 05 Crew Lobby, MYS, ASK, JRU, SKLR

No. of Running Rooms   : 09 -  MYS, HAS, ASK, JRU, HRR, SKLR,SBHR, SMET, TLGP.

Staff Strength : Loco Pilots :   San: 443, Act : 392, Vac : 51

                    Asst. Loco Pilots:  San: 420, Act : 531, Vac: -111

No of Staff Relieved on IRRT : 12 Cases In 2021.

Average Fortnight Working Hours Freight Crew : 79:5 Hrs.

Implementation of 10 Hrs :   

Sign On to Off           : 84.98  %

Wheel Movement   : 90.23%

No of Staff trained in Dual Traction :

                                                          CLI  : 17

LP    : 100

ALP : 404

Increase in average speed of freight trains:

                                                                    Achieved 60 kmph

ELECTRICAL TRACTION

 


                                                                                                                                                                              

INTRODUCTION

Electrification of MYS Division started with electrification of MYS(Mysuru)-NHY(Naganahalli) double line section (21TKM) in Feb-2018 and electrification of MNGT Yard was completed by Feb-2019 by RE/SC Organization. Further it was extended up to Y-Yeliur by Railway Board orders for Jurisdiction Bifurcation in October-2019 (93TKM).

Electrification of JRU(Chikjajur)-RDG(Rayadurga) section of MYS Division was taken up by RVNL/Bellary in Jan-2020. In 1st Phase of this project, RDG(Rayadurga) – THKU(Thalaku) 53TKM was electrified and CRS was conducted on 30.06.2020. In 2nd Phase of this project, THKU(Thalaku) – CTA (Chitradurga) 57TKM was electrified and CRS was conducted on 09.03.2021.

 

The traction distribution branch is responsible for maintenance of power supply to 25 KV AC overhead equipment which gets power through sub-stations located en-route. The total Track kilometres electrified in MYS division is 203 TKM and power is fed through 02 TSS (at Yeliur and Bellary) and sectionalised with 4 SP and 4 SSP.

 



ACTIVITIES CARRIED OUT IN TRD DEPARTMENT




 

Maintenance of Traction Power Supply installations

Maintenance of Traction Overhead equipment

Supervisory Remote Control System

Construction activities pertaining to this section

Monitoring of Railway Electrification Works.

Electrified sections:

Mysuru - Yeliur : 93TKM (MYS-SBC Side)

Raydurga - Thallaku : 53 TKM

Thallaku-Chitradurga : 57 TKM

Electrification under progress:

Chitradurga-Chikjajur

Chikjajur-Birur

Mysuru-Chamarajanagar

 




                                                                                          

Upcoming Electrification Work

 


SL No

Section

Executing Agency

1

Mysuru-Hassan-Arsikere

RITES

2

Hassan-Mangalore

RITES

3

Birur-Talguppa

CORE

4

Kadur-Chikmangaluru

RITES

5

Sampigae Road-Karjagi

CORE

Some of the Safety Tips to be followed by "PUBLIC" to Safely travel in Electrified section are here under:

§Do not carry vertically long poles/ any other articles in the vicinity of overhead live conductors.

§Do not touch/ walk on Rails.

§Do not travel on roof of coaches and wagons, as overhead live conductors are fatal.

§Tress-passing in electrified station yards is strictly prohibited for your own safety.

§Do not project any metallic parts from Foot over bridge / Road over bridge towards live wires and conductors.

§Do not pour water from Road over bridges/ Foot over bridges on the overhead wires and conductors.

§Do not lean out from compartment while train is in motion.

§Do not travel on top of Road vehicles passing through Level Crossing Gates.

§Do not try to pass through Level Crossing Gates with consignments higher than the height gauge level.

§Do not forget that Overhead Traction wires are always live and dangerous.

 
 




Source : South Western Railway CMS Team Last Reviewed on: 15-09-2021  


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