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Maglev

  1. 1. Magnetic Levitation By, Gouthami Soujanya
  2. 2. ABSTRACT “Driving without wheels, Flying without wings” deals with the present scenario of magnetic levitation (maglev) with Linear induction motor (LIM)By employing no wheels, maglev eliminates the friction, andconcomitant heat, associated with conventional wheel-on-railtrain configurations. It deploys electricity in electromagnets in an extraordinarily efficient manner, rather than using as a fuel source coal, gas or oil-- can be one-half that of conventional rail.
  3. 3. history• 1750 – John Mitchell conducted the first experiments measuring the magnetic forces between the poles of a magnet . The principle of magnetic force is critical to Maglev train operation.• 1900 – Robert Goddard and Emile Bachelet conceive the concept of frictionless trains.
  4. 4. history• 1969 – American scientist James R. Powell and Gordan T. Danby patented the first design for Maglev trains.• 1970 – German and Japanese engineers start research and development towards their versions of Maglev technology.
  5. 5. INTRODUCTION• Development of magnetic levitated transport systems is under progress in developed countries and it is just a matter of time they make inroads to India as well.• Therefore, it will be interesting to know about the science and technology behind mass ground transport system known as "magnetic flight".
  6. 6. “DRIVING WITHOUT WHEELS,FLYING WITHOUT WINGS”
  7. 7. MAGNETIC LEVITATION Launching systems would use magnetic fields to levitate and accelerate a vehicle along a track . Reaching the end of the track, the vehicle could switch to more conventional rocket engines.
  8. 8. MAGNETIC LEVITATION Diamagnetism is a very weak form of magnetism that is only exhibited in the presence of an external magnetic field. The induced magnetic moment is very small and in a direction opposite to that of the applied field. When placed between the poles of a strong electromagnet, diamagnetic materials are attracted towards regions where the magnetic field is weak.
  9. 9. MAGNETIC LEVITATIONoDiamagnetism can be used to levitate light piecesof pyrolytic graphite or bismuth above a moderatelystrong permanent magnet.oSuperconductors are perfect diamagnets.oThe magnet is held at a fixed distance from thesuperconductor or vice versa.oThis is the principle in place behind EDS maglevtrains.
  10. 10. ELCTROMAGNETIC LEVITATION The principle two systems: EMS- attractive and EDS-repulsive, respectively.
  11. 11. CHOICE OF LINEAR ELECTRICMOTOR
  12. 12. ApplicationsBeing is pursuing research in Maglev toprovide a Hypersonic Ground Test Facilityfor the Air Force.NASA plans to use magnetic levitationfor launching of space vehicles into lowearth orbit.The mining industry will also benefitfrom Maglev.
  13. 13. BENEFITS• 30% less energy than a high-speed train• operating costs are approximately half that of conventional long-distance railroads.• no fuel to increase fire hazard• The materials used are non-combustible, poor transmitters of heat, and able to withstand fire penetration.
  14. 14. BENEFITS• 20 times safer than airplanes• 250 times safer than conventional railroads• 700 times safer than automobile travel• A collision between two maglev trains is nearly impossible
  15. 15. CONCLUSION Research on this ‘dream train’ has been going on for the last 30 odd years in various parts of the world.
  16. 16. Thank You

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