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Title:MagLev: The Train of the Future
Abstract:Abstract : As the world continues to grow and as cities continue to become more crowded and congested, our normal modes of transportation will not be able to handle these overpopulated areas. The answer to this transportation problem lies in the world of electro magnetism and superconducting magnets. Electromagnets and superconducting magnets have allowed us to create a magnetic levitating train nicknamed “Maglev” that floats on the track instead of being directly on it. This has a lot of potential to create trains that are super fast with low maintenance requirements. China is the first country in the world to commercially use MagLevs, and has already helped ease the congestion on the six lane highway leading from the Pudong Shanghai International Airport to Shanghai Lujiazui financial district. This new technology has already helped China in a short period of time and can certainly help other cities around the world that are just as congested as Shanghai. Key Words : Maglev, superconducting magnets, magnetic levitation, Transrapid, lateral guidance, linear induction morot, linear synchronous motor, frictionless travel