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In this study, firstly, the dynamics of the magnetic levitation system is analyzed in detail.
Passenger pods would travel through the low-pressure tube, floating within it using magnetic levitation
Educational paper [16] describes a real-time digital control environment with a magnetic levitation device usage, optimized for neural network implementation.
Based on the Hamiltonian system theory, the port-controlled Hamiltonian dissipative model of magnetic levitation system was established in [19], by using the Hamiltonian function as the storage function and the controller was designed, which is simple and easy to implement.
Passive magnetic levitation vibration isolators generate levitation force by interaction between magnets and have drew increased interest in recent years due to their feature of vacuum compatibility.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Goodyear imagines the future tire could be a sphere connected to the car by magnetic levitation. Its tread pattern would stiffen in dry weather.
In addition, advancement in culture technologies such as nano-particle facilitated magnetic levitation, 3D cell culturing by magnetic levitation and recombinant DNA have developed immense opportunities for global cell culture market.
The Lexus Hoverboard operates using magnetic levitation to achieve amazing frictionless movement.
The hoverboard is designed with bamboo and influences from Lexus's car models and uses magnetic levitation to keep it floating just above the ground.
I became so fascinated with magnetic levitation, I began building my own prototypes with magnets; 15 years later, I built a hoverboard prototype.
Construction for the superconducting magnetic levitation railway, the Chuo Shinkansen, began in December 2014, and by 2027 it will only take 40 minutes to travel the 286 kilometers between Shinagawa Station in Tokyo and Nagoya Station.
However, to achieve even higher speeds, countries around the world have been experimenting with a technology known as Magnetic Levitation (Maglev), where the trains literally float 10 cm above the tracks!