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Maglev technology avoids friction, allowing the train to "float" with the help of two sets of magnets, one that repels and leviates the train up off the track, and one that pushs and moves the train.
"We look forward to working with (Northeast) Maglev in the very near future to ensure sure that we are the first (organization) to work with them in employing individuals throughout the city in their transportation system," she said.
The maglev production line in Cagayan is penciled to roll out light rail vehicles, as well as medium- and high-speed trains that can travel at 200 km to 400 km per hour.
Ceza Administrator and CEO Raul Lambino said the initial project cost would be used for the research and development, as well as the production of the 'cutting-edge, low-magnetic radiation, zero-derailment risk' maglev trains.
In a statement, Lambino said the initial project cost is estimated at $1-billion for the R&D and production models of the cutting-edge, low-magnetic radiation, zero-derailment risk Maglev trains that run on low noise and without friction and vibration.
Although the correlation analysis of the dynamic characteristics was carried out for different maglev models, single iron suspension models were the most commonly used.
It is a superconducting maglev system that has the smallest cross-section and uses the smallest amount of permanent magnet materials.
[13] proposed an optimized maglev guideway structure that met the design requirements of the Korean Urban Maglev Program.
" The entire transportation infrastructure including railway stations, platforms, tracks, signal system, fare structure and time table will be developed by The super- fast trains will run on Maglev technology the private firms while the land related issued will be taken care of by the railways.
Souhaila Al-Mutawa, faculty member of the Mechanical Engineering Department at Kuwait University (KU), experienced the world's fastest magnetic-levitation (maglev) train in Japan.
As a new kind of railway vehicle, the maglev train faced the difficulties which form the performance analysis of safety due to lack of experiences on the long-term operations.