Magnetic Levitation

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MAGNETIC LEVITATION “DRIVING WITHOUT WHEELS” SRI VENKATESWARA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY CHITTOOR-517127 BY M.R.SARAVANA KUMAR S.LAKSHMI NARAYANA REDDY Presentation Outline 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Introduction Magnetic levitation Levitation principle Lateral guidance Maglev track EDS-EMS Linear electric motor LIM in levitation Characteristics of LIM Benefits Current projects conclusion INTRODUCTION ü Maglev, or magnetic levitation, is a system of transportation
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  MAGNETIC LEVITATION “DRIVING WITHOUT WHEELS” SRI VENKATESWARA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGYCHITTOOR-517127 M.R.SARAVANA KUMARS.LAKSHMI NARAYANA REDDY   BY  Presentation Outline 1. Introduction 2. Magnetic levitation 3. Levitation principle 4. Lateral guidance 5. Maglev track  6. EDS-EMS 7. Linear electric motor 8. LIM in levitation 9. Characteristics of LIM 10. Benefits 11. Current projects 12. conclusion  INTRODUCTION ü Maglev, or magnetic levitation, is a system of transportation thatsuspends, guides and propels vehicles, predominantly trains, usingmagnetic levitation. ü  Trends in increased mobility of large masses with changing lifestyle formore comfort are leading to congestion on roads with automobiles. ü Besides, increasing pollution levels from automobiles, depleting fuelresources, critical dependence on the fuel import . ü The highest recorded speed of a Maglev train is 581 kilometers per hour(361 mph), achieved in Japan. ü Development of magnetic levitated transport systems is under progressin developed countries.  MAGNETIC LEVITATION The need for fast andreliable transportation is increasingthroughout the world. High-speed railhas been the solution for manycountries. Trains are fast, comfortable,and energy-efficient.Maglev research anddevelopment began in Germany and Japan during the early 1970's. Afterlaboratory tests in both countries, atest track was constructed in Japanduring the mid-1970's and in Germanyduring the mid-1980's
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