Started by Vladki, December 29, 2020, 11:19:33 PM
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obj=vehiclename=BR-800MiddlePowerengine_type=dieselmulti_mode=1# diesel modespeed=200power=700tractive_effort=122gear=50runningcost=210# electric mode (AC)speed=225power=904tractive_effort=77gear=80runningcost=226# hypothetic third-rail DC mode (lower power and speed limit)speed=160power=850tractive_effort=77gear=80runningcost=226
Quote from: Rollmaterial on December 30, 2020, 02:13:43 AMIs there any existing or potential permissive way constraint that isn't an electrification system? If so, I would suggest creating a separate way constraint type.
Quote from: jamespetts on December 30, 2020, 10:37:35 AMThus, multi-system electric vehicles can simply be created by coding them as electric without any way constraints. This is done frequently in Pak128.Britain-Ex.
Quote from: Vladki on December 30, 2020, 11:21:38 AME.g. Sheffield tram-train that in reality can run on AC/DC overhead catenary, can (in simutrans) run also on 3-rd rail power
Quote from: freddyhayward on December 30, 2020, 09:56:34 AMI'm not sure whether this is relevant, but there are also cable railways that could be implemented the same way as electrification.
obj=vehiclename=BR-800MiddlePowertractive_effort=77vheicle_module=BR-800-AC-enginevheicle_module=BR-800-DC-enginevheicle_module=BR-800-diesel-engine,optional... further vehicle attributes as usual# diesel modeobj=vehicle_modulename=BR-800-diesel-enginemodule_group=engine #any name speed=200power=700gear=50runningcost=210# electric mode (AC)obj=vehicle_modulename=BR-800-AC-enginemodule_group=engineway_constraint_permissive=0speed=225power=904gear=80runningcost=226# hypothetic third-rail DC mode (lower power and speed limit)obj=vehicle_modulename=BR-800-DC-enginemodule_group=engineway_constraint_permissive=2speed=160power=850gear=80runningcost=226
Quote from: Vladki on December 31, 2020, 11:58:35 AM- behavior of pure electric trains on non-electrified track
Quote from: Freahk on December 31, 2020, 01:55:24 PMThey simply cannot provide any power on such tracks. A convoy that cannot provide any power on a specific section cannot use that section.
Quote from: Flemmbrav on December 31, 2020, 04:03:29 PMIIRC most locomotives have a small buffer battery for cases like that, so stopping in the small isolated section between systems should not be that much of an issue.