GMRT2100 Iss 5
Requirements for Rail Vehicle Structures
This document mandates requirements for the design and integrity of rail vehicle structures for both primary and secondary structures, including interior crashworthiness.
Issue five was produced using the small scale change process to include a missing requirement for couplings, previously included in GMRT2190 issue two, and now enhanced.
Railway Group Standard
GMRT2100 Iss 4
RIS-2780-RST Iss 1 , GMRT2100 Iss 6
Rolling Stock - RST
Infrastructure - INS
Plant - PLT
Traffic Operation and Management - TOM
2100 Iss 5 AM001 ;
2100 Iss 5 AM002
GMGN2685 Iss 1
GMGN2686 Iss 1
GMGN2687 Iss 1
GMGN2689 Iss 2
Derogation for the manufacture and supply of new Class 66 locomotives with vehicle bodyshell structures, bogies and glazing designed in accordance with GMRT2100 Issue 2.
Window being fitted into two new air intake filter panels replacing the sliding front doors on a Mk3 DVT.
Structural Strength of Emergency Egress Vestibule Door Panel
Derogation to GMRT2100 Issue 4 Clauses 5.4 and 5.5 – MPVs for the High Output OLE Construction System (HOPS).
Derogation for the manufacture and supply of new Class 350 Electric Multiple Units (EMU) with vehicle bodyshell structures, bogies and glazing manufactured in accordance with GMRT2100 Issue 3.
Supply of seats for 20 new Class 350 Electric Multiple Units (EMU) to a pre-existing design in accordance with Siemens Strategy for the Introduction of Additional Vehicles to an Existing Design, 27/01/2012 Issue 1.
Rail vehicle interior construction - loading requirements for glazed elements.
Advanced stage deviation to GMRT2100 Issue 5 for Class 68 UK Light locomotive based on the already granted deviation 12/115/DGN that includes GMRT2100 Issue 4.
Sheffield Tram-Train Structural Performance (Issue 3)
Class 399 Lifeguards and Interior Passive Safety.
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