Fastest Train

The train Maglev (magnetic levitation) is one form of transport systems that use electromagnetic power. Power is used to float, guide and encourage vehicles (especially trains).
This Kaedah more pace and quiet compared to systems other wheeled transportation common and attempt to reach the speed of the setanding with turboprop and jet aircraft (900km / h or 600 stone an hour). The term refers not simple to maglev vehicles, but also to the entire system, including the foundations, who cooked up a special shape for flotation and perejangan.

The highest pace ever by sesebuah direkodkan maglev train is 581 km / h (361 stone an hour) are achieved within Japan in 2003 [1], namely 6 km / h more speed than the record speed of a conventional TGV train [2].
By kerana maglev trains do not have much in common and pertindihan in terms of technology compared to other wheeled train, its implementation often face obstacles mahupun sekatan samada in terms of technological, economic, political mahupun even more so if the infrastructure available there should not be adapted for use.
Maglev is short for magnetically levitated trains a free translation is a train that floats magneticallyJR-Maglev MLX01, Yamanashi, Japan
JR-Maglev. World's fastest train with the official rate, 581 km / h (2003, Guinness World Record). Japan's super-fast trains are not running on rails, but floating, as high as 10 cm above the rails.
Maglev trains actually never touches the rails when walking. Superconduktor his system makes the train hovering above the rails. Siemens-made trains float 1cm Alstrom (0.39 in) above the rails. Japan's Shinkansen trains float 10 cm (3.9 in) above the rails. Shinkansen using the wheel until it reaches a speed of 100 km / h (62 mph) before he actually flew. At a certain speed, a very cold liquid helium used to minimize energy loss in magnetic fields. While the kind produced in Europe using a common magnet, but make it faster to drift.


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