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A PRESENTATION ON

COACH CARE COMPLEX,


JAIPUR

Submitted to

Submitted by

Mr. Sulabh Nalwaya

Ravindra

ICF BOGIE

Bogie What?
It is an independent unit used under a long
vehicle, usually mounted on two pairs of
wheels (except some special purpose stocks).
Each bogie is provided with a bolster for
engagement with its male counterpart
provided underneath the vehicle under
frame.
The bogie trucks can swivel and adjust its
position with case and without restraining the
vehicle body while negotiating a curved
track.

Factors for Designing A


Bogie
Sturdy construction to with stand vertical,
longitudinal and lateral shocks.
Suitable suspension gear.
Satisfactory damping devices.
Sturdy running gears to give trouble free service.
Easy negotiability on curved track without
restraining body structure.

Construction of coaching
stock
Shell i.e. the skeleton part.
Furnishing i.e. the provisions of amenities.
Bogie (trolley) with the running gear.
Safety, speed as well as comfort mainly depend
on the bogie on which the coach is placed.

Bogie Mounted Brake


system for ICF Coaches

Introduction
In

the

under

frame

mounted

brake

gear

arrangement, there are 51 pin joints per bogie in


the system. To reduce the number of pin joints,
levers, pull rods and push rods, bogie mounted
brake system for mainline coaches have become a
viable alternative.

Bogie Mounted Brake Cylinders

If the clearance between wheel and the brake blocks is


less due to any reason, it does not bring the required
clearance automatically.

Pawl Housing Ring

The pawl-housing ring is pivoted with the pivot


pin of trunion body at one end and the other
end of the pawl housing ring moves/turns
freely.
A spring-loaded pawl is housed at the free end
of the pawl housing. At the bottom of the pawl
housing a spring loaded plunger / sleeve is
kept between the trunion body and the pawl
housing to move the pawl housing
upward/outwards during forward stroke

Comparison Of Important Parameters


Between Under Frame And Bogie
Mounted System
Sr. No

Description

U/F Mounted
brake System

Bogie
Mounted
brake
System

1.

Slack Adjuster

External

Internal

2.

Type of Slack adjuster

Double Acting

Single Acting

3.

Capacity of Slack adjuster

450 mm

305 mm

4.

Size brake cylinder

14 Inches

08 Inches

5.

Number of Cylinders

02/Coach

04/Coach

6.

Type of Brake block

Low friction
Composite L- Type
brake block

High friction
Composite K- Type
Brake block

7.

Co-efficient of brake block

0.17 0.25

0.17 0.25

8.

Thickness of brake block

60 mm

50 mm

Air Brake Cylinder With Slack Adjuster

Components Of Bogie Mounted


Brake Cylinder

Parts Of Bogie Mounted Brake Cylinder


Adjusting screw with ratchet Adjusting tube
Rocker arm

Plunger pin

Roller plate

Pawl housing ring

Pawl

Piston

Turnion body

Front cover

Piston return spring


Latch

Cross head

Brake Power Calculations

Technical Datas
1. Diameter of the cylinder
2. Area of piston (A)

=
=

20.3cm (8)

323.65 cm2

3. Maximum BC pressure (B)

3.8 kg/cm2

4. Leverage ratio of levers (C)

256:134(1.91)

5. No. of levers per axle (D)


6. No. of brake blocks (N)
7. Cylinder efficiency (CE)
8. Rigging efficiency (RE)
9. Tare weight of the coach

=
=

16
= 0.9

= 0.9
= 37.55 Tones

General Working of Bogie Mounted


Brake Gear System
There is no change in the overall brake system
in bogie- mounted arrangement up to the
action of distributor valve.
Here the system will respond to action on A-9
valve in similar fashion as in the case of
standard air brake system.

Thank
You..