2 edition of Superconducting magnet suspensions in high speed ground transport found in the catalog.
Superconducting magnet suspensions in high speed ground transport
|Series||Cranfield CTS report -- 5|
|LC Classifications||TF1600 A48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||129 p. :|
|Number of Pages||129|
High speed magnetically levitated ground transportation is a new surface mode of transportation, in which vehicles glide above their guide ways, suspended, glided and propelled by magnetic force. with which stable and contactless suspension between a magnet (magnetic body) and a fixed superconducting magnet, displaces laterally from. train set surpassed the speed record of the three-car train set, attaining a maximum speed of km/h in a manned vehicle run. In March , the Maglev Practical Technology Evaluation Committee of the Ministry of Transport of Japan concluded, "the JR-Maglev has the practicability for ultra high speed mass transportation system".
The magnetized coil running along the track, called a guideway, repels the large magnets on the train's undercarriage, allowing the train to levitate between and inches (1 to 10 centimeters) above the guideway [source: Boslaugh].Once the train is levitated, power is supplied to the coils within the guideway walls to create a unique system of magnetic fields that pull and push the. A REBCO magnet has been developed for the electromagnetic vibration test of the ground coils for the maglev. The ground coils receive vibration force when a maglev vehicle passes through. That vibration force can be reproduced by exciting the ground coil by combination of AC and DC in the high magnetic field of the superconducting magnet.
Maglev (derived from magnetic levitation) is a system of train transportation that uses two sets of magnets: one set to repel and push the train up off the track, and another set to move the elevated train ahead, taking advantage of the lack of certain "medium-range" routes (usually to km [ to mi]), maglev can compete favorably with high-speed rail and airplanes. systems. Active magnetic suspension, on the other hand, seems to merit further study for urban applications. Superconducting magnet suspen- sions are suggested as worth closer definition for high speed ground transportation.. 1. INTRODUCTION.
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This paper presents the design of a superconducting magnet intended to propel, levitate and guide a magnetically levitated vehicle by means of combined ground propelling by: 6. Book Search tips Selecting this option will search all publications across the Scitation platform Selecting this option will search all publications for the Publisher/Society ac losses in superconducting magnet suspensions for high‐speed transportation Journal of Applied Phys of Transportation, (unpublished).
The Cited by: The SCMAGLEV (Superconducting Maglev) is a magnetic levitation (maglev) railway system based on the principle of magnetic repulsion between the track and the cars. The world’s premier high-speed rail operator Central Japan Railway Company (JR Central) developed the system.
Created from the most advanced state-of-the-art 21st century technology, the SCMAGLEV (L0 Series) train is the fastest train.
Oshima and Y. Kyotani, “High Speed Transportation Levitated by by Superconducting Magnet, ” presented at the Cryogenic Engineering Conference, Atlanta, Cited by: 3.
A high-temperature superconducting EDS system used in the high speed maglev train was studied by Hao et al.; a mirror method was proposed for calculating and the accuracy was verified by the FEM. The superconducting paddlewheel as an integrated propulsion levitation machine for high speed ground transportation Article (PDF Available) in Electric Machines and Power Systems 3() The improved support and guidance system includes a super conductor mounted in a vehicle and positioned to be above and on both sides of the upper end of a rail.
The super conductor is provided with a housing and an iron core or shield is positioned within the housing to shield and shunt the return flux of the magnet so that the fringe field does not extend into the vehicle.
A mathematical analysis of ``permanent'' magnet suspension systems as related to high‐speed ground transportation has been calculated for a ceramic magnet roadbed‐ceramic magnet vehicle system as well as a ceramic magnet roadbed‐superconducting magnet vehicle system.
The approximation of the ceramic magnet by a current sheet around the magnet makes it. Vertical unstable stability of electrodynamic suspension of high-speed ground transport t A.V. Baiko, K.E. Voevodskii and V.M. Kochetkov One of the new trends in the technological application of superconductivity is concerned with the development of high-speed land transport, using electrodynamic suspension (levitation).
1 On the whole, the characteristics of electrodynamic suspension. superconductivity, magnetically suspended high speed ground transportation was recently brought to public attention by this discovery in early Because of high temperature superconductive magnets with nitrogen cryostats the Maglev technology could become very attractive for.
The superconducting magnetically levitated transport (Maglev) system is conceptualized as a next-generation high-speed transportation system.
For practical use, it is important to achieve adequate ride comfort particularly in high-speed running. Magnetic levitation (maglev) is a relatively new transportation technology in which non-contacting vehicles travel safely at speeds of to miles-per-hour or higher while suspended, guided, and propelled above a guideway by magnetic fields.
The guideway is the physical structure along which maglev vehicles are levitated. Various guideway configurations, e.g., T-shaped, U-shaped, Y. The superconducting magnetically levitated transport (Maglev) system is a focus of interest as a future mode of transport at high speeds of over km/h.
The magnet can also be used for suspension of vehicles in high-speed ground transportation systems. A superconducting magnet was built for probing the electromagnetic interaction of strong magnetic fields and moving current conductors.
Each superconducting magnet has four coils with high performance and the upper liquid helium tank is installed with a helium refrigerator of high reliability.
The construction and features of these new type superconducting magnets are discussed. Availability: Find a library where document is available. Sn and high temperature superconductor (HTS) conductors, can open the way to higher field, in the rangs e 13–20T. The latest generations of fusion machines producing hot plasma also use large superconducting magnet systems.
Keywords: superconducting magnets, fusion machine, detector magnets, particle accelerators; superconductors. A propulsion and stabilization system for an inductive repulsion type magnetically levitated vehicle which is propelled and suspended by a system which includes dividing the superconducting magnets into two types: a strong field magnet which is located vertically below the vehicle for propulsion and guidance and a weak field superconducting magnet located at the ends of the vehicle for.
The viability of future high-temperature superconducting magnet designs for maglev has been investigated with regard to their application to active secondary suspensions. In order to test the viability of a new flux-canceling EDS suspension, a 1/5-scale suspension magnet.
At the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL), 12 km of REBCO tapes were purchased for the all-superconducting 32 T user magnet that successfully reached field recently. They were characterized at K with field orientation B perpendicular to tape and at 18° off the tape-plane axis.
this report presents a review of primary suspension systems which are alternatives to the wheel,with comparison of their individual merits and characteristics of permanent magnets,active magnetic systems,superconducting systems and air cushions are the suspensions discussed,the application of air cushion technology was found to be already under consideration for a.
Abstract A program to develop a prototype of a magnetically levitated (maglev) high-speed-ground-transportation system has been announced by the U.S. administration. This paper reviews the development of maglev and steel-wheel-on-steel-rail trains and examines the unique right-of-way requirements for these systems.The power needed for levitation is usually not a particularly large percentage of the overall consumption; most of the power used is needed to overcome air drag, as with any other high speed train.
The highest recorded speed of a Maglev train is kilometres per hour ( mph), achieved in Japan in6 kilometres per hour ( mph) faster.The SCMaglev (superconducting maglev, formerly called the MLU) is a magnetic levitation railway system developed by Central Japan Railway Company (JR Central) and the Railway Technical Research Institute.
On 21 Aprila manned seven-car L0 Series SCMaglev train reached a speed of km/h ( mph), less than a week after the same train clocked km/h ( mph), breaking the previous.