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24-kilometre-long line, which uses urban low- and rural medium-speed magnetic levitation technology, will run east from Shimenying in the Mentougou Ditrict to Pingguoyuan in the neighbouring Shijingshan District.
95 Hardcover QC754 In this shamelessly entertaining chronicle, Livingston, a former industry physicist and MIT lecturer, narrates the history and science of magnetic levitation in a clear and accessible manner inviting to both veteran and amateur enthusiasts.
Maehara's proposal is part of a renewed push for "economic diplomacy took a test ride on the ultra-fast magnetic levitation train, which hovers 10 centimeters (four inches) above the tracks and in 2003 reached a world record speed of 581 kilometers per hour (361 miles per hour) on a Japanese test track.
China plans to launch a controversial project to extend Shanghai's magnetic levitation train in 2010 after deferring it for years amid radiation concerns, reports by state media said.
The system is based on the transrapid magnetic levitation (maglev) system which floats carriages over a single path, propelled by electro-magnets.
The concept of magnetic levitation -- or maglev -- comes to life in a workspace where visitors assemble Lego contraptions with powerful magnets in place of wheels.
Key words: magnetic levitation system, feedback, nonlinear system, mathematical model.
A high-speed magnetic levitation train travelling at 125 mph crashed in north-western Germany yesterday, killing at least 15 people in the first fatal wreck involving the high-tech system.