I’m surprised they haven’t thought of clothing!
> On 29 Apr 2021, at 10:52 am, Mal Rowe mal.rowe@...> wrote:
> On 29/04/2021 10:20, David Batho wrote:
>> That should be “shock”, not “sock”! Hopefully my post now makes more sense…
> Damn! I was hoping for Sydney Light Rail themed clothing. Yarra trams did hand out "Love Your Trams" t-shirts for a while.
> Getting back to the topic - there's a simplified article about electrolysis on the Melbourne Tram Museum website.
> When the approach is to insulate the rails from the surrounding environment there will be a small voltage difference between the rails and surrounding objects connected to the 'real ground'. If there was no voltage difference then you would not need electrolysis mitigation.
> However, it will be small so the risk of anything more than a slight tingle is minimal.
> Mal Rowe in a city that used the 'boot' on curves to provide rail resilience prior to the introduction of the current track laying techniques
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