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Synonyms for maglev

high-speed rail technology

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There is no word on when the full-scale model of the super maglev might come into action but a system like this could surely revolutionize rail-transport.
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.
Figure 1 shows bogie structure of low-medium speed maglev train.
The maglev hovers 10cm above the tracks and is propelled by electrically charged magnets.
They believe that Maglev inter-city and local commuter trains and trams could have today been whizzing around a vastly expanded public transport network in the conurbation.
A few countries are using powerful electromagnets to develop high-speed trains, called maglev trains.
Vehicles of the L0 series are already safe enough for commercial service, said Yasukazu Endo, head of JR Tokai's maglev experiment center in Yamanashi.
Although Olev technology is similar to maglev in the lack of contact, the two systems use electromagnetic fields in different ways.
But for many passengers who recall the silent aerial ride, the Maglev was a welcome relief from hauling cases through terminals.
The Maglev was suspended above the track using electromagnetic force.
But now a Maglev carriage has found a new home at the bottom of a Warwickshire garden, having sold for just pounds 100.
Ali Kuhestanian, who has headed the investigation of the maglev project, announced the decision to sign a deal for the train.
Maglev (MAGnetic LEVitation) was the world's Fust commercial automated people-mover system of its type, and one of the historic cars is being sold to raise money for the charities Help for Heroes and Acorns Children's Hospice.
THE case for a high-speed MagLev rail service from Liverpool has been taken to the Government.
Iran and Germany have reached an agreement on using a new form of transport known as maglev trains, to link the Iranian cities of Tehran and Mashhad.