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Ricardo Moreno-Chuquén, MSc

Mario Alberto Ríos-Mesías, PhD

Gustavo Andrés Ramos-López, PhD

Eduardo Quintero-Restrepo, MSc

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Abstract

Electric mass rapid transit systems have been developed simultaneously with electric distribution systems in different cities around the world. However, it is not the case of Colombia, particularly in urban cities such as Bogotá, where the electric distribution system is focused on the current traditional clients. Thus, the question that rises is what electric traction system requirements will be expected from the electricity network operator. This work presents a general approach to state-of-the-art electrified distribution systems for rapid transit systems such as subways and commuter railroads, which have high topical relevance for Bogotá. Electrified systems depend on characteristics such as: voltage level, configuration of the electric network, type of feeding conductor, and power rating of the traction substations. This article presents the general characteristics of the feeding system.

Keywords

Sistemas de energía eléctrica-planeación, tracción eléctrica, transporte públicoElectric power systems-planning, electric driving, public transport

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How to Cite
Moreno-Chuquén, R., Ríos-Mesías, M. A., Ramos-López, G. A., & Quintero-Restrepo, E. (2009). Electric feed systems for subway-like massive public transportation systems. Ingenieria Y Universidad, 13(2). Retrieved from https://revistas.javeriana.edu.co/index.php/iyu/article/view/965
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