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SNV - SN EN 16185-1+A1

Railway applications - Braking systems of multiple unit trains - Part 1: Requirements and definitions

active, Most Current
Organization: SNV
Publication Date: 1 November 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 58
ICS Code (Materials and components for railway engineering): 45.040
scope:

This European Standard describes the functionality, constraints, performance and operation of a brake system for use in self propelling thermal and electric trains operating on routes of the European rail system network. This European Standard covers: - all new vehicle designs of self-propelling thermal and electric trains being operated at a maximum speed up to 200 km/h, in the following text simply called EMU/DMU; - all major overhauls of the above-mentioned vehicles if they involve redesigning or extensive alteration to the brake system of the vehicle concerned. This standard does not cover: - locomotive hauled trains which are specified by EN 14198; - mass transit rolling stock which is specified by EN 13452-1; - high speed trains being operated at speeds greater than 200 km/h which are specified by EN 15734-1.

Document History

SN EN 16185-1+A1
November 1, 2020
Railway applications - Braking systems of multiple unit trains - Part 1: Requirements and definitions
This European Standard describes the functionality, constraints, performance and operation of a brake system for use in self propelling thermal and electric trains operating on routes of the European...
February 1, 2015
Railway applications - Braking systems of multiple unit trains - Part 1: Requirements and definitions
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