313 series
313-0 series set Y6 (left) and 313-5000 series set Y110 (right), September 2021
In service1999–Present
ManufacturerKinki Sharyo, Nippon Sharyo, Tokyu Car Corporation[1]
Replaced103 series, 113 series, 115 series, 117 series, 119 series, 165 series
Constructed1999–2014, 2019
Entered serviceMay 1999
Number built541 vehicles
Number in service539 vehicles
Number scrapped2 vehicles (accident damage)
Formation2/3/4/6 cars per trainset
Operator(s)JR Central
Depot(s)Ōgaki, Jinryō, Shizuoka
Line(s) servedTōkaidō Main Line, Chūō Main Line, Shinonoi Line, Shinetsu Main Line Minobu Line, Gotemba Line, Kansai Main Line
Specifications
Car body constructionStainless steel
Doors3 pairs per side
Maximum speed130 km/h (80 mph) (313-8000 series)
120 km/h (75 mph) (other series)
Traction systemIGBT-VVVF
Electric system(s)1,500 V DC
Current collection methodOverhead catenary
Braking system(s)Dynamic brake, regenerative brake, electronically controlled pneumatic brakes, snow-resistant brake
Safety system(s)ATS-ST, ATS-PT
Coupling systemShibata Type
Multiple working211/213/311 series
Track gauge1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)

The 313 series (Japanese: 313系, Hepburn: 313-kei) is a DC suburban electric multiple unit (EMU) train type operated by Central Japan Railway Company (JR Central) in Japan since 1999.

The design was introduced from spring 1999 to replace older 113 and 115 series EMUs.[2]

Variants

Series Formation Line(s) used
313-0 series 4-car Tōkaidō Main Line (Toyohashi - Maibara)
313-300 series 2-car
313-1000 series 4-car Chūō Main Line (Nagoya - Nakatsugawa)
313-1300 series 2-car Tōkaidō Main Line
313-1500 series 3-car Chūō Main Line (Nagoya - Nakatsugawa)
Kansai Main Line (Nagoya - Kameyama)
313-1600 series
313-1700 series Iida Line, Chūō Main Line, Kansai Main Line
313-2300 series 2-car Tōkaidō Main Line, Gotemba Line, Minobu Line
313-2350 series
313-2500 series 3-car Tōkaidō Main Line (Atami - Toyohashi)
313-2600 series Tōkaidō Main Line, Gotemba Line, Minobu Line
313-3000 series 2-car Kansai Main Line, Chūō Main Line
Gotemba Line, Minobu Line
313-3100 series Gotemba Line, Minobu Line
313-5000 series 6-car Tōkaidō Main Line (Toyohashi - Ōgaki)
313-5300 series 2-car Tōkaidō Main Line
313-8000 series 3-car Chūō Main Line (Nagoya - Nakatsugawa)

313-0 series

313-0 series 4-car set Y9, January 2022
313-0 series 4-car set Y9, January 2022

15 x 4-car sets (60 vehicles) built by Kinki Sharyo, Nippon Sharyo, and Tokyu Car Corporation between July and September 1999 with flip-over transverse seating.[3]

4-car Ōgaki sets Y1 to Y15

Designation Mc T M Tc'
Numbering KuMoHa 313 SaHa 313 MoHa 313 KuHa 312

313-300 series

313-300 series 2-car set Y45, June 2008
313-300 series 2-car set Y45, June 2008

16 x 2-car sets (32 vehicles) built by Kinki Sharyo, Nippon Sharyo, and Tokyu Car Corporation in September 1999 with flip-over transverse seating.[3]

2-car Ōgaki sets Y31 to Y46

Designation Mc Tc'
Numbering KuMoHa 313-300 KuHa 312-300

313-1000 series

313-1100 series 4-car set J5, September 2021
313-1100 series 4-car set J5, September 2021

3 x 4-car and 3 x 2-car sets (21 vehicles) built by Nippon Sharyo and Tokyu Car Corporation between February and March 1999 with flip-over transverse seating.[1]

A further seven 4-car sets, J1 to J7, were delivered from Nippon Sharyo to Ōgaki depot between August and October 2010.[4]

A further three 4-car sets, J8 to J10, were delivered in 2014.[5]

4-car Jinryō sets B1 to B5

B1 to B3

Designation Mc T M Tc'
Numbering KuMoHa 313-1000 SaHa 313-1000 MoHa 313-1000 KuHa 312

B4 to B5

Designation Mc T M Tc'
Numbering KuMoHa 313-1100 SaHa 313-1100 MoHa 313-1100 KuHa 312-400

4-car Ōgaki sets J1 to J7

Designation Mc T M Tc'
Numbering KuMoHa 313-1100 SaHa 313-1100 MoHa 313-1100 KuHa 312-400

3-car Jinryō sets B101 to B107

B101 to B103

Designation Mc M Tc'
Numbering KuMoHa 313-1500 MoHa 313-1500 KuHa 312

B104 to B107

Designation Mc M Tc'
Numbering KuMoHa 313-1600 MoHa 313-1600 KuHa 312-400

3-car Jinryō sets B151 to B153

Designation Mc M Tc'
Numbering KuMoHa 313-1700 MoHa 313-1700 KuHa 312-400

Interior

313-1300 series

313-1300 series 2-car set B404, October 2010
313-1300 series 2-car set B404, October 2010

4 x 2-car 4th-batch sets (8 vehicles) were built by Nippon Sharyo in June 2010. The sets are numbered B401 to B404 and allocated to Jinryō depot. All cars feature flip-over transverse seating.[6][7] A further four 2-car sets, numbered B501 to B504, were delivered from Nippon Sharyo to Jinryō depot on 3 August 2011.[8]

2-car Jinryō sets B401–B404, B501–B504

Designation Tc' Mc
Numbering KuHa 312-1300 KuMoHa 313-1300

313-2000 series

3-car set T15, April 2010
3-car set T15, April 2010

9 x 2-car and 27 x 3-car sets (99 vehicles) built by Kinki Sharyo and Nippon Sharyo between November 2006 and February 2007 with longitudinal seating.[3]

2-car Shizuoka sets W1 to W9

W1–W2

Designation Mc Tc'
Numbering KuMoHa 313-2350 KuHa 312-2300

W3–W9

Designation Mc Tc'
Numbering KuMoHa 313-2300 KuHa 312-2300

3-car Shizuoka sets T1 to T17

Designation Mc M Tc'
Numbering KuMoHa 313-2500 MoHa 313-2500 KuHa 312-2300

3-car Shizuoka sets N1 to N10

Designation Mc M Tc'
Numbering KuMoHa 313-2600 MoHa 313-2600 KuHa 312-2300

Interior

313-3000 series

313-3000 series 2-car set V12, January 2009
313-3000 series 2-car set V12, January 2009

12 x 2-car and 16 x 2-car sets (56 vehicles) with fixed transverse seating and longitudinal seating.[2]

2-car Shizuoka sets V1 to V14

V1–V12

Designation Mc Tc'
Numbering KuMoHa 313-3000 KuHa 312-3000

V13–V14

Designation Mc Tc'
Numbering KuMoHa 313-3100 KuHa 312-3100

2-car Jinryō sets B301 to B316

Designation Mc Tc'
Numbering KuMoHa 313-3000 KuHa 312-3000

Interior

313-5000 series

313-5000 series 6-car set Y112, September 2021
313-5000 series 6-car set Y112, September 2021

12 x 6-car sets (72 vehicles) were built by Nippon Sharyo in 2006 with flip-over transverse seating.[1] This was the first conventional (i.e. non-Shinkansen) rolling stock to feature yaw dampers between intermediate cars.[2]

Further (4th-batch) sets were delivered in 2010.[7]

Two cars—designated KuHa 312-5102 and MoHa 313-5402—were built in 2019[9] to replace KuHa 312-5002 and MoHa 313-5302, respectively. This follows an accident in which set Y102 was involved in 2017.[10]

6-car Ōgaki sets Y101 to Y113

Designation Mc T M T M Tc'
Numbering KuMoHa 313-5000 SaHa 313-5300 MoHa 313-5000 SaHa 313-5000 MoHa 313-5300 KuHa 312-5000

Interior

313-5300 series

One 2-car 4th-batch set was delivered in July 2010 with flip-over transverse seating.[4][7]

2-car Ōgaki set Z1

Designation Mc Tc'
Numbering KuMoHa 313-5300 KuHa 312-5000

313-8000 series

313-8000 series
313-8000 series

6 x 3-car sets (18 vehicles) with flip-over transverse seating for use on Chūō Main Line Central Liner and Home Liner Nakatsugawa services, built by Kinki Sharyo and Nippon Sharyo between September 1999 and February 2001.[1]

3-car Jinryō sets B201 to B206

Designation Mc M Tc'
Numbering KuMoHa 313-8500 MoHa 313-8500 KuHa 312-8000

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d JR電車編成表 '07冬号 [JR EMU Formations - Winter 2007]. Japan: JRR. December 2006. ISBN 978-4-88283-046-7.
  2. ^ a b c "311系・313系 製作の背景と現在までの経緯" [311 & 313 series: Background and developments to present day]. Tetsudō Daiya Jōhō. 38 (304): 12–25. August 2009.
  3. ^ a b c JR電車編成表 2009夏 [JR EMU Formations - Summer 2009]. Japan: JRR. June 2009. ISBN 978-4-330-06909-8.
  4. ^ a b JR電車編成表 2011夏 [JR EMU Formations - Summer 2011]. Japan: JRR. May 2010. ISBN 978-4-330-21211-1.
  5. ^ JR電車編成表: 2021冬 [JR Train Formation Tables, Winter 2021] (in Japanese). Tōkyō: Kōtsū Shimbun. 2020. p. 361. ISBN 978-4-330-08220-2. OCLC 1223315028.CS1 maint: date and year (link)
  6. ^ 313系1300番台が営業運転を開始 [313-1300 series enters revenue service]. Japan Railfan Magazine Online (in Japanese). Koyusha Co., Ltd. 4 July 2010. Archived from the original on 7 July 2010. Retrieved 6 July 2010.
  7. ^ a b c "313系4次車 (313 series 4th-batch sets)". Japan Railfan Magazine. 50 (594): 80–81. October 2010.
  8. ^ 313系1300番台が日本車輌から出場 [313-1300 series delivered from Nippon Sharyo]. Japan Railfan Magazine Online (in Japanese). Japan: Koyusha Co., Ltd. 4 August 2011. Retrieved 6 August 2011.
  9. ^ Miyashita, Takahiro (14 September 2019). "313系2両が陸送される" [Two 313 series cars to be transported by land]. Japan Railfan Magazine Online (in Japanese). Japan: Koyusha Co., Ltd. Retrieved 4 December 2021.
  10. ^ "JR東海道線で電車と車が衝突する踏切事故 車が炎上し運転手の男性が死亡、列車が脱線し一部区間で運転見合わせ続く" [Railroad crossing accident where JR Tokaido Line train and car collide…]. MoreNews. Archived from the original on 25 March 2017. Retrieved 4 December 2021.