Wagon type 66W PNR Low-poly 3D model
Railcar (carriage) type 66W, sample 1952.
Model description: Model of the series Rolling stock of Railways of Russia and the USSR. Model category Lowpoly (faces- 122011; verts- 76326), made for visualization in various scenes, the gameplay, the simulators type Trainz (Auran) and mere... These model was used for virtual Museum Museum on the Warsaw railway, St. Petersburg. Units of model: [mm]; Scale: M1:1 uvw-mapping, textures in format .JPG. The model has a simple interior, the detailing of suspension and the braking system. Model high precision made according to the drawings provided by Uralvagonzavod.
Description of the prototype: 4-axle all-metal railcar type 66W on 58-seat, production of Poland, sample 1952, type 66W P50.
The first series of all-metal passenger cars for the Soviet Railways after 1950. The production of Zavod imeni Stalina (the plant Tsegelskogo, Poznan (Polish people's Republic).
Technical characteristics of the prototype: Hull length: 23,6 m Width (full size): 3.22 m Height (from rail head): 4.56 m The base of the car: 17,0 m Tare of wagon: 56t The axis type - III Hitch: automatic coupling type CA3 Wheelbase: 4-axle, two bogie-type CMV. Wheels: rolled, cast iron with steel tires. Diameter 1050mm
Design features: Full metal corpus, smooth side of the case (without the ribs and moldings). Supporting frame with Two bearing beams with cross consoles Heating: water, independent. Lighting - mains, mains 50V. Ventilation: natural air supply with the discharge from the air stream.