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+The British Rail Class 365 “Networker Express” are dual-voltage (25 kV AC and 750 V DC) electric multiple units built by ABB at York, from 1994 to 1995. These were the last units to be built at the York factory before its closure. All Class 365 units in service have received front-end cab modifications to equip them with cab air conditioning, installed by WAGN, the design of which has given them the nickname “Happy Train”
In the early 1990s, the Networker family was entering large-scale service in the Network SouthEast sector – both third-rail EMUs (Class 465/466) and DMUs (Class 165/166) were in service, with proposals for others, including a so-called “Universal Networker”, intended as Class 371 and 381, that would have dual-voltage capability. However, by 1992, no work had been done in the development of these due to a lack of funding, so a replacement plan was required. For this, the Class 465 was modified for longer-distance services – a prototype was converted from an existing unit (designated as Class 465/3) to determine suitability, before funding was authorised for the purchase of 41 dual-voltage EMUs, each of four cars. These became the Class 365.
Although specified as a dual-voltage unit, Class 365s have never operated with this capability since they were built with only one system of traction current pickup. Units 365501 to 365516, which worked briefly for Network SouthEast before the franchise was given to Connex South Eastern, were originally supplied only with DC shoe gear for use on the 750 V third-rail system (with the exception of unit 365502, which ran briefly on the AC network during testing and commissioning and was the main reason for this unit being chosen as the one subleased from Connex South Eastern to WAGN to bolster unit availability in the aftermath of the Potters Bar Crash in 2002). In this configuration the maximum speed was 90 mph (145 km/h).
When they transferred to West Anglia Great Northern for use with 25 kV AC overhead line traction supply, the shoes and associated equipment were removed and a Brecknell Willis high speed pantograph was installed, along with other operator and voltage-specific modifications and testing by Bombardier Transportation at its Doncaster Works, shortly before the works were closed.
However, the 365s retain the original 750 V DC bus, meaning that when on 25 kV overhead lines the current is collected as AC, rectified to DC for the onboard systems, and then inverted back to AC for the 3-phase traction motors. For running on overhead lines the maximum speed was raised to 100 mph (161 km/h).
Basic equipment consists of;
DMOC A – 4x 3-phase AC traction motors, traction inverter, sander
TOSL – Compressor, auxiliary converter, disabled toilet
PTOSL – Pantograph, transformer, auxiliary converter, small toilet
DMOC B – 4x 3-phase AC traction motors, traction inverter, sander
Dynamic (rheostatic) braking on the two Driving Motor coaches is available in addition to disc brakes, via a system of brake blending.
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LEGO Piratas del Caribe: el Videojuego es un videojuego de la franquicia de videojuegos de LEGO y de la cinematográfica de Piratas del caribe, videojuego desarrollado por Traveller’s Tales y publicado por Disney Interactive Studios, salió al mismo día de la cuarta película (10 de mayo de 2011), el videojuego se basa en las 4 películas de dicho nombre, el juego esta disponible para Wii, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, XBox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, y Microsoft Windows.
La jugabilidad está basada en jugar todas las 4 películas de Piratas del Caribe. Donde puedes convertirte en varios personajes de la saga y jugar de estos modos:
Modo Historia: Puedes jugar con los dichos personajes en el nivel.
Juego Libre: Puedes jugar con los dichos personajes desbloqueados en cada nivel.
Lego Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game is a video game in the Lego video game franchise, developed by Traveller’s Tales and published by Disney Interactive Studios and the first Lego game from a Disney movie. Released in May 2011 to coincide with the release of Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, the game is based on the Pirates of the Caribbean film series and its storyline covers all four films. The game is available on the Wii, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo DS, Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Mac OS X and PlayStation Portable
Gameplay is similar to previous Lego games in the series. The game uses the same two player drop in drop out co-op mechanics used in all the Lego games. The hub in this game is called The Port. From here, players advance through the game, unlock characters and extras, and as players get further through the game, The Port will evolve and get bigger, revealing new areas to unlock and discover new things. Like past titles, different characters have different abilities. For example, everyone (except characters like Davy Jones who can walk under water) can swim under water, and members of Davy Jones’s crew can breathe whilst doing so, Captain Jack Sparrow has the ability to use his compass, which points him to hidden items throughout the level, Will Turner has the ability to throw axes at targets to complete objectives, while female characters such as Elizabeth Swann have the ability to jump higher than other characters in order to access areas unreachable to other characters.
The 3DS version uses the StreetPass feature to activate sword fights
The game was officially announced on 18 November 2010. The game was developed by Traveller’s Tales and published by Disney Interactive Studios. It was released in May 2011 to coincide with the release of the fourth film in the series, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.
A demo was released online at the beginning of May 2011. It includes the very first level in the game ‘Port Royal’. It is set in Port Royal and is based on the first few chapters of “Curse of the Black Pearl”, including the scene in which Will duels Jack and when Jack and Will commandeer the Dauntless and then steal the Interceptor.
Trailers for all four movie story modes of the game have all been released and a debut and teaser trailers have been released too
The game has received mixed to very positive reviews. GameSpot gave 6.5/10 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii, while 6.0/10 for PSP, 3DS, and DS. IGN gave 7.5/10 for PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, and DS, while 8.0/10 for 3DS. GameZone gave the Wii version an 8/10, stating “LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean is an impressive action-adventure game that’s fun throughout its entirety. Fans of past games or the Pirates license should play this game without hesitation.”
Eurogamer rated the game an 8/10, stating that “It’s true that those who’ve played the last two or three Lego titles might experience a little déjà vu, but the rest will likely find that a pirate’s life is very much for them.” GameInformer rated the game 7/10, stating that “LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean doesn’t enhance the LEGO franchise as the Clone Wars game did a few months back, but it offers another well-executed entry