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  • Copyright 2004 Interstate Traveler Company, LLC
  • Copyright 2004 Interstate Traveler Company, LLC
  • Copyright 2004 Interstate Traveler Company, LLC
  • Copyright 2004 Interstate Traveler Company, LLC
  • Copyright 2004 Interstate Traveler Company, LLC
  • Copyright 2004 Interstate Traveler Company, LLC
  • Copyright 2004 Interstate Traveler Company, LLC
  • Copyright 2004 Interstate Traveler Company, LLC
  • Copyright 2004 Interstate Traveler Company, LLC
  • Copyright 2004 Interstate Traveler Company, LLC
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  • Hydrogen super highway

    1. 1. HYDROGEN SUPER HIGHWAY www.civilengineerstalent.in
    2. 2. INTRODUCTION <ul><li>Michigan entrepreneur Justin Eric Sutton brings us into the era of clean hydrogen energy and solar energy, by producing a remarkable high speed MAGLEV railway which is being sold throughout the USA for deployment on Elevated Superhighway Rails, it speeds travelers between metro areas at up to 250+ MPH, in this remarkable vision of the not so distant future!  </li></ul><ul><li>Not only would it revolutionize energy AND transportation, it is both feasible and deployable TODAY.  </li></ul><ul><li>All that remains is funding and agreements with the various local and state jurisdictions. America is one step closer to a clean energy economy no longer dependent upon economically and environmentally unsound foreign or other fuel sources </li></ul>www.civilengineerstalent.in
    3. 3. EFFICIENT TRAVEL AND ENERGY AVAILABLE ON A GRAND SCALE Mr. Sutton storable clean burning hydrogen produced MAGNETIC LEVITATION (MAGLEV) technology www.civilengineerstalent.in
    4. 4. THE REMARKABLE PERFORMANCE OF MAGNETIC LEVITATION TRAVEL <ul><li>MAGLEV vehicles of the kind proposed by Mr. Sutton, would travel at nearly 250 miles per hour on cushions of vibration free. </li></ul><ul><li>Such carriers could take the family's Ford 500 for an ultra-fast trip at 250 mph to any location on the system, </li></ul><ul><li>   In the future, such automotive vehicles could also be converted to hydrogen, and tank up as they exited the Interstate Traveler </li></ul>
    5. 5. AS IF THAT WEREN'T ENOUGH: FUEL COST ARE NEGLIGIBLE <ul><li>   The amazing economic value proposition behind this remarkable transportation system is that it's fuel costs would be negligible </li></ul><ul><li>A &quot;solar paneled&quot; Conduit Cluster running the length of the entire the tracks (which would be built in pairs, one in each direction, to allow MAGLEV vehicles to be used for return trips), would produce approximately (by our estimates) as much as 400,000 watts of solar powered electricity continuously for every 5000 feet of track in one direction.    </li></ul>
    6. 6. The above and other pictures may be examined, along with an abundance of study data, business plans, federal and state records data, long range plans, and accolades form literally every energy organization who has encountered Mr. Sutton's proposal (along with references, an excellent detailed business plan and incredibly detailed plan for implementation) may be found at the Interstate Traveler Project website: http:// www.interstatetraveler.us /
    7. 8. The Interstate Traveler Company, presents the… Hydrogen Super Highway A system designed to upgrade the entire US Interstate Highway Network
    8. 9. What is the Interstate Traveler? <ul><li>Transportation System </li></ul><ul><li>Solar Energy Collection Grid </li></ul><ul><li>Municipal Conduit </li></ul><ul><li>Hydrogen Production & Distribution </li></ul><ul><li>Energy Storage & Distribution </li></ul><ul><li>Wireless Internet Access </li></ul><ul><li>Millions of Tons of Stainless Steel </li></ul><ul><li>Many Thousands of Jobs </li></ul><ul><li>… and so much more … </li></ul>
    9. 10. 3 Primary Travelers The Hydrogen Superhighway
    10. 11. The Hydrogen Superhighway Scalable Systems ½ Scale = 6 Foot Gage
    11. 12. Interstate Highway Integration The Hydrogen Superhighway
    12. 13. At-Grade Suburban Traveler
    13. 14. ITC Energy Cycle
    14. 15. ITC Linear Motor Tech The Hydrogen Superhighway
    15. 16. ITC Linear Motor Tech The Hydrogen Superhighway
    16. 17. Respectfully Submitted Respectfully Submitted by: The Interstate Traveler Company, LLC 300 River Place S-5550 Detroit, MI 48207 313-393-2400 www.InterstateTraveler.us www.HydrogenSuperHighway.com www.HyRail.us
    17. 18. A PRODUCT WHOSE POSSIBILITIES AND TECHNOLOGY ARE BOUNDLESS compressed Oxygen (O) which has its industrial and medical uses as well    The possibilities of Mr. Sutton's project are boundless when one also factors in special use lines which can transport container freight from seaports inland, powered only by the Sun and the novel Hydrogen producing energy storage facilities of this highly adaptive project plan.    A typical Interstate Traveler hydrogen production station, which would be built at various distances along the tracks, would gather electricity from the Solar Cells, and process water from local sources, producing compressed Hydrogen (H2) that becomes the power source for the Interstate Traveler (and producing substantial excess Hydrogen for use by America's demand for sustainable energy) and compressed Oxygen (O) which has its industrial and medical uses as well.
    18. 19.    The Bureau of Transportation Statistics sites the cross country Eisenhower Interstate Highway, built with highway grants from the Federal Government, as being 54,000 miles in length, with a total of 167,000 miles of highway grade roads, including the original 54,000
    19. 20. conclusion <ul><li>A certain amount of hydrogen would be stored each day to encompass night time travel and weather related burdens. Speed of trailblazer in hydrogen highway is 250-300 MPH. all it takes is &quot;$1,50,00,000 per mile , and $2,50,000 per Rail Car. With an eventual system size of nearly 54,000 miles would yield as much as 45 billion watts of continuous electrical power . </li></ul>
    20. 21. <ul><li>For More Paper Presentations on civil Engineering topics visit the following site </li></ul>www.civilengineerstalent.in
    21. 22. REFERENCE <ul><li>www.interstatetraveller.us </li></ul><ul><li>www.Hydrogencarsnow.com </li></ul><ul><li>www.acsa2000.net/hshrt/ </li></ul><ul><li>www.forcedgreen.com </li></ul>

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