Started by Phystam, July 03, 2022, 04:03:09 AM
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Quote from: Ranran on July 03, 2022, 08:33:18 AMGroup is like class XXX. In the case of Japan, it is like "JR West 225 series", "Hankyu 1300 series". This is best for names that are automatically assigned to convoy.The model is like "Kumoha 225", "Tc1300". (I don't know how the UK distinguishes between vehicles alone, but I wonder if the lead car of Class800/0 is the DPTS810 according to Hitachi's site.)For example, if all of the convoys are made up of 225 series and looking into the convoy detail, there is no point in claiming that all vehicles are "I am 225 series of JR West!". That is, redundant information is repeatedly described in a very long text containing a lot of information.
Quote from: Phystam on July 04, 2022, 11:58:27 AMIn Japanese EMUs, the distinction was made for a long time, but recently it has been unified and called "general type".