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MAGLEV TRAIN

  1. 1. MAGLEV TRAIN TRAINS Presented by RAFEE AHMAD DAR (03-ERE-13)
  2. 2. Contents 1. Introduction. 2. Operating Principle. 3. Working. 4. Advantages and Disadvantages. 5. Difference between Maglev and Conventional train. 7. Current Situation. 8. Latest project. 9. Conclusion. 10. References.
  3. 3. Introduction  World is fast moving but in comparison with it means of transport is low.  Maglev is the best alternative for means of transport.  Maglev runs on the principle of magnetic levitation.  Maglev is noiseless ,friction less , and require no maintenance.  Electrified transport reduces pollution.  The lack of friction allow maglev vehicle to travel at a speed over 300 miles/hr.
  4. 4. Maglev Train
  5. 5. Working principle The propulsion of maglev train is explained by the following principles a)Principle of magnetic levitation (Levitation) b) Principle of lateral guidance (Guidance) c) Principle of Propulsion(Propulsion)
  6. 6. Levitation  There are two types of levitation used in maglev trains namely a) Electro Magnetic Suspension (EMS) b) Electro Dynamic Suspension (EDS)
  7. 7. Electro magnetic Suspension Electro Dynamic Suspension
  8. 8. Guidance When a running Maglev vehicle, that is a superconducting magnet, displaces laterally, an electric current is induced in the loop, resulting in a repulsive force acting on the levitation coils of the side near the car and an attractive force acting on the levitation coils of the side farther apart from the car.
  9. 9. propulsion  A repulsive force and an attractive force induced between the magnets are used to propel the vehicle (superconducting magnet). .
  10. 10. Advantages 1)They do not have an engine. 2)They do not use fossil fuels. 3)Fast and Quiet. 4)Light weight’ 5)Environmentally friendly. Disadvantages 1)The initial cost of MAGLEV trains are highly costly
  11. 11. Difference Between Maglev and Conventional Train Maglev Trains Conventional Trains No Friction = Less Maintenance Routine Maintenance Needed No Engine = No fuel required Engine requires fossil fuels Speeds in excess of 300 mph Speeds up to 110 mph
  12. 12. Current Situation 1.Commercially viable. 2.It will run for commercial service 3.At present countries like Germany, Japan & China have shown their interest. 4.Since 1990 maglev has gained status of nationally funded project.
  13. 13. Latest Project INDIA PUNE PANEL –MUMBAI PANEL INDIAN ministry is currently in the process reviewing a proposal to start a maglev train system in india .it has also has been estimate the cost to complete this process would over billion core .the company who sent the proposals is a company based in the united kingdom.
  14. 14. Conclusion 1)Department of Energy, found that “maglev technology” is a technically feasible transportation system. 2) The train is best levitated in centre position.
  15. 15. [1] Monika Yadav, Nivritti Mehta, Aman Gupta, Akshay Chaudhary & D. V. Mahindru. “Review of Magnetic Levitation (MAGLEV): A Technology to Propel Vehicles with Magnets ”. [2] Shweta Singh and Aradhana Singh. “Magnetic Levitation Methods and Modeling in Maglev Trains ”. References

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