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缩短城市和机场换乘时间的创新产品:蒂森克虏伯推出ACCEL运输系统

时间:2014-11-28 11:15来源:蒂森克虏伯电梯 作者:蒂森克虏伯电梯
  

缩短城市和机场换乘时间的创新产品:蒂森克虏伯推出ACCEL运输系统


   
    这是一套独特的系统:乘客以正常速度步行进入该系统,经过加速后到达另一端。通过运用磁悬浮列车的线性马达技术,ACCEL运输系统可方便乘客快速抵达地铁站,使任何通勤者在600米以内进入地铁站成为可能,最高可将地铁客流量提升30%。在机场航站楼,ACCEL能将登机口之间的通行时间大幅缩短三分之二。

    蒂森克虏伯于十月底展示了这项最新技术成果。独特的ACCEL运输系统可实现高运力、高速度的短途运输,无需乘客等待,实施成本低。展示活动在西班牙阿斯图里亚斯省希洪市的蒂森克虏伯电梯研发中心举行,其中包含了搭乘新系统的体验环节。蒂森克虏伯电梯集团首席执行官Andreas Schierenbeck、研发部负责人Patrick Bass以及南欧、中东与非洲区域首席执行官 Ramón Sotomayor出席了此次活动。

    随着城市交通网络的日益拥堵和人口的不断增长,政府部门始终承受着巨大压力,既要减少道路交通拥堵,又要控制因此产生的各种成本,如时间、能源和环境资源的浪费。针对大型城市当前多模式交通网络的需求,蒂森克虏伯ACCEL系统应运而生。

    ACCEL运输系统可促成建立起将更多乘客送往现有地铁站的体系,使距离地铁口较远而不便搭乘的乘客也能轻松前往地铁口。有了新的入口,地铁系统的运力能提升至最大值。通过加强现有地铁网络的连通性,ACCEL可吸引30%的额外客流量。ACCEL系统可以替代成本高昂的传统解决方案,如新建车站或挖掘复杂的地下通道,此外还能大量减少路面车辆的数量。

    谈及ACCEL的诸多优势,蒂森克虏伯电梯集团首席执行官Andreas Schierenbeck说:“ACCEL有助于实现从道路交通到轨道交通的转移——这也是当今大型城市交通管理部门的最终目标。ACCEL可减少机场枢纽的换乘时间,为铁路及机场运营部门提供经济性的解决方案且无需复杂的土建或基础设施工程,因此能够成功满足当前快速发展的城市社区需求”。

    ACCEL也能帮助机场运营部门缩短登机口之间或停车场与机场之间的换乘时间。由于无需等待,也没有关闸,乘客仅需140秒就能前进270米,相比于之前的415秒节约时间幅度达到66%。机场运营部门在远至1.5公里范围内都无需再设置巴士、自动旅客捷运系统或轻轨列车,也省去与此相关的高昂成本。

    ACCEL的载客能力与自动座舱系统相当,单向每小时达7,300人次,且变速平稳,能达到乘客运输的最高安全要求。ACCEL的革新技术运用一组重叠踏板,展开后每块尺寸可达原踏板的三倍,结合磁悬浮列车的线性马达技术,从而使乘客能以0.65米/秒(2.35 千米/时)的正常步行速度踏上传送带,平稳加速到2米/秒(7.2千米/时),离开系统前再减速到正常步行速度。如果乘客在传送带上继续行走,最高速度则可达到3.3 米/秒(12千米/时)。

    ACCEL使用方便,无需庞大的运营和维护团队,是填补当前城市和机场短途运输领域空白的理想解决方案,相比目前最大运输距离为1.5公里的自动旅客捷运系统,也是极具竞争力的备选方案。

    ACCEL是蒂森克虏伯的工程师再次提升安全性、易维护性,并节省运营成本的全新产品。ACCEL由蒂森克虏伯电梯研发中心开发,获得蒂森克虏伯磁悬浮列车项目和英国Prodrive赛车及汽车集团公司,荷兰泰科诺线性马达公司(Tecnotion)和德国倍福自动化有限公司(Beckhof)等主要供应商的大力支持。

 

 

    ThyssenKrupp launches ACCEL, a game-changing transportation system set to accelerate transit times in cities and airports
    
It is unique; passengers enter walking at a regular speed and get accelerated at high-speeds to the other end. Applying linear motor technology from the Transrapid magnetic train, the ACCEL transportation system will facilitate fast access to metro stations, making it possible to have a station entrance at less than 600 metres from any commuter, attracting up to 30% additional passengers. In airport terminals, ACCEL can cut current transit times between gates by a remarkable two-thirds.

ThyssenKrupp presented its most recent technological development today, marking its entrance into the mass transit sector. ACCEL is a unique transportation system offering high capacities and high speeds for short distances, with no waiting times for passengers and low implementation costs. The presentation, which included a ride on the new system, was held at ThyssenKrupp Elevator’s Innovation Centre in Gijon, Asturias, Spain, in the presence of Andreas Schierenbeck, CEO, ThyssenKrupp Elevator AG; Patrick Bass, Head of R&D, ThyssenKrupp Elevator AG; and Ramón Sotomayor, CEO, South Europe, Middle East and Africa, ThyssenKrupp Elevator AG.

As congestion in urban transport networks rises in tandem with the population increase in cities, city governments are under continual pressure to reduce road traffic congestion and combat the costs it imposes in terms of immense wastage of time, energy, and environmental resources. ThyssenKrupp ACCEL was developed to address this need in the current multimodal transportation network of large cities.

The ACCEL transportation system facilitates the building of passenger feeders to existing metro stations, making them easily accessible even to commuters who do not usually use the metro due to its distance from their locations. Metro system capacities can now be maximised with new access points, and by increasing the connectivity of current metro networks, the new transportation system could capture 30% additional passengers. Implementing ACCEL works as an alternative to building expensive additional stations or carving complex underground connections, and results in a significant decrease in the number of road transport vehicles in use.
Commenting on ACCEL’s many advantages, Andreas Schierenbeck, CEO, ThyssenKrupp Elevator AG, said, “ACCEL is our contribution in aiding the urban shift from road to rail - the ultimate goal for transportation authorities in large cities today. By reducing transit times in airport hubs and providing both rail and airport operators a cost-effective solution that requires no complex civil or infrastructure work, ThyssenKrupp ACCEL is successfully catering to the current needs of our rapidly developing urban communities”.

ACCEL also benefits airport operators looking to improve transit times between gates or between distant parking bays and the airport. With no waiting times or barrier gates, passengers need only 140 seconds to cover a distance of 270 metres, instead of the earlier 415 seconds, resulting in an impressive time saving of 66 percent. For airport operators, it eliminates the need and high costs associated with providing buses, automated people movers, or sky-trains for distances of up to 1.5 km.

ACCEL can transport as many passengers as typical fully automated cabin systems, move up to 7,300 passengers per hour per direction, and combines smooth speed changes and the highest safety requirements for passenger transportation. Using a band of overlapping pallets that expand to three times the original size of each pallet, ACCEL’s revolutionary technology, applying the linear motor technology of the magnetic train Transrapid, ensures that passengers step onto the belt at normal walking speeds of 0.65 m/s (2.35 km/h), accelerate smoothly up to 2 m/s (7.2 km/h), and then decelerate back to normal walking speeds before leaving the system. For passengers who continue walking while on the belt, speeds of up to 3.3 m/s (12 km/h) can also be achieved.

In addition to being easy to use, ACCEL does not require large teams to operate and maintain, is a perfect solution to fill the current gap in short distance transportation in cities and airports, and is a very competitive alternative to existing automated people movers for distances of up to 1.5 km.

With this product, ThyssenKrupp’s engineers have again increased safety and ease of maintenance while concurrently saving on operating costs. ACCEL was developed by the ThyssenKrupp Elevator R&D Centre with the support of the ThyssenKrupp Transrapid project and key suppliers such as Prodrive, Tecnotion, and Beckhoff.

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