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Application of electromagnetic levitation for investigation of reactions between the gas and the molten metal ensures creation of the environment, which does not contain contaminators, without using a crucible or a substrate, obtaining of a big contact surface and efficient mixing of the molten metal, that enables quick achievement of equilibrium in the gas-liquid system.
The Maglev system uses clean, electromagnetic levitation to lift and propel passenger vehicles along an elevated monorail at top speeds of 200 miles per hour or higher.
The expression of electromagnetic levitation force depends on the shape of non --magnetic grains (spheres, revolution ellipsoids, cubes, cones, double cones, tetrahedrons) and on their orientation with respect to the coordinate axes.
Thus the MMSL offers potential experiment designers furnaces, acoustic and electromagnetic levitation equipment and other devices, sometimes including "functional duplicates" of equipment that would actually be used if such a study were conducted on the shuttle.
r] + x (5) One determines the electromagnetic levitation force based on the theorem of the generalized forces (Timotin et al.
This futuristic transport strategy, with trains using electromagnetic levitation to travel at speeds of 311mph, sounds like it has come from the pages of a science fiction novel.