Magnetic Levitation - Maglev Technology and Applications | Hyung-Suk Han | SpringerMaglev derived from magnetic levitation is a system of train transportation that uses two sets of magnets , one set to repel and push the train up off the track , and another set to move the elevated train ahead, taking advantage of the lack of friction. With maglev technology, there are no moving parts. The train travels along a guideway of magnets which control the train's stability and speed. Maglev trains are therefore quieter and smoother than conventional trains, and have the potential for much higher speeds. Maglev vehicles have set several speed records and maglev trains can accelerate and decelerate much faster than conventional trains; the only practical limitation is the safety and comfort of the passengers. The power needed for levitation is typically not a large percentage of the overall energy consumption of a high speed maglev system.
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It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. This book provides a comprehensive overview of magnetic levitation Maglev technologies, from fundamental principles through to the state-of-the-art, and describes applications both realised and under development. It includes a history of Maglev science and technology showing the various milestones in its advancement. The core concepts, operating principles and main challenges of Maglev applications attempted across various fields are introduced and discussed. The principle difficulties encountered when applying Maglev technology to different systems, namely air gap control and stabilization, are addressed in detail.
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