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[Official - On Hold] North East Line 2.0 project thread
#11




Trains are now capable of stopping themselves accurately. (+/- 0.1m so far)
Joey Foo
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#12




Worked further on the coasting. It's now quite similar to the real train.


Here's the comparison. Click Play All Videos in the top-left corner of the page.
Joey Foo
The web design/development guy.
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joeyfoo.com @joeyfjj 

Useful links: openBVE: Download openBVE / C751A / NEL (WIP)
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#13
Will this be removed?

[Image: latest?cb=20151010072533]
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#14
(10 October 2015, 03:27 PM)AnimationStuff11 Wrote:   Show/Hide

I don't think will remove this as C751A running with overhead catenary in real life, we want to make it realistic.
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#15
That was modelled with quite a bit of creative license, as no one has taken clear photos of that before.

I'll modify it to be more realistic, if I find any new information.
Joey Foo
The web design/development guy.
"Have you tried the '404' page on SGTrains.com?"
joeyfoo.com @joeyfjj 

Useful links: openBVE: Download openBVE / C751A / NEL (WIP)
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(10 October 2015, 03:45 PM)A380Lover Wrote:   Show/Hide

(11 October 2015, 01:12 AM)joeyfjj Wrote:   Show/Hide

I've never really seen the overhead catenary IRL...
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(11 October 2015, 05:07 PM)AnimationStuff11 Wrote:   Show/Hide

On http://www.sgtrains.com/train-c751a.html, there's one visible overhead collector on the top left of the picture.
Mark Loh
Hi there! I am a railway technology enthusiast, currently studying at a polytechnic in Singapore.
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#18
Were You Driving The Train In A.I Or ATO? If It Is ATO May I Know How To Activate It?
Plays ROBLOX, OpenBVE, OMSI2  Big Grin
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#19
ATO.


This is a work-in-progress. You cannot enable it.
Joey Foo
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joeyfoo.com @joeyfjj 

Useful links: openBVE: Download openBVE / C751A / NEL (WIP)
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#20
Any platform images?
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