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Synonyms for maglev

high-speed rail technology

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This new prototype isn't the first one for achieve such a high speed as the highest recorded maglev speed is 603 km/h (375 mph), which was achieved by a Japan Railway train on an experimental track in Yamanashi in 2015.
Jeff Hirschberg, vice chairman of Northeast Maglev, said the civil rights organization and Northeast Maglev share similar goals.
On the other hand, Hunan Goke is the second but now the largest maglev line builder in the world.
He said the Maglev project would be patterned after the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority's Hanjin Shipyard facility to generate massive local employment.
The Maglev production line in CEZA, Lambino said, would roll out light rail vehicles, and medium and high-speed Maglev trains from 200km to 400km per hour for neighboring countries in Southeast Asia, including the Philippines.
For the problem, a vertical dynamic coupling vibration model of HSST type low-speed maglev train is established with five suspension frames.
[22] performed the numerical simulation for a 11-dof maglev vehicle with equivalent passive suspension running on a suspension bridge under gusty winds.
While the railway ministry is working on several projects of bullet trains, high speed and semi- high speed trains, the Maglev trains will be a different experience all together.
evaluated experimentally static strength for bogie frame of an urban maglev train including performing fatigue analysis, cumulative damage, and fatigue test based on a developed fatigue load and as a final outcome, aimed at proposing a fatigue strength evaluation method for the bogie frame of urban maglev [1].
It gives them some basic facts about fast trains, including the Eurostar, bullet-trains and the maglev. It also looks at how high-speed trains run on electricity and how maglev trains use magnets to float above the track.
Recently, Japanese engineers have broken the world record for speed with a Maglev train achieving speeds of 603 km/hr (374 mph) in a test run.
Japan has again demonstrated its prowess in high-speed rail travel with its state-of-the-art maglev train setting a world record of just over 600km/h (373mph), just days after it broke its previous 12-year-old record.
The seven-car maglev train -- short for "magnetic levitation" -- hit a top speed of 603 kilometres an hour, and managed nearly 11 seconds at over 600kph, operator Central Japan Railway said.
TOKYO (CyHAN)- Japan's state-of-the-art maglev train set a world speed record Tuesday in a test run near Mount Fuji, clocking more than 600 kilometres (373 miles) an hour.