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[km]

[Mio. km]

[ALBERT et al. 1997]

Subway

100’000

30

3

[BÜTTNER & HEYN 1999]

Urban train

130’000

30

4

[BÜTTNER & HEYN 1999]

Regional train

150’000

30

4.5

[SCHMID et al. 1999]

Urban train

90’000

30

2.7

Vehicle type

Annual

Years in

Life-time

performance

operation

performance

[FBS 2002]

Tram

50’000

30

1.5

[FMT 2002]

Tram

30 - 60

over 2

[INFRAS 1999a]

Locomotive

[INFRAS 1999a]

Regional train

IFEU Heidelberg

9.6 1.16

IFEU 2003

38

Tab. 20: Performance of short distance trains

Source

Relative energy savings [%/10%]

8

7

Specific final energy savings

2’000

1’750

Values of 3 Mio. km for the subway/ urban train and 4 Mio. km for the regional train (considering higher speed and less stops) are used for the exemplification. Life-time energy savings for regional trains based on these assumptions are slightly higher than for subways/ urban trains.

Subway/ Urban train

Regional train

Specific final energy consumption [kJ/gross t-km]

250

250

Tab. 21: Overview of data for exemplification of short distance passenger trains

(kJ/ (100km*100kg))

Life-time performance (km) Life-time final energy savings (MJ) Life-time primary energy savings (MJ) Life-time CO2 savings (t) Source: IFEU 2002 from various sources

3’000’000 60’000 130’000 7.1

4’000’000 70’000 150’000 8.3

IFEU 2003

Energy savings by light-weighting

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