Recent Examples of maglev from the Web
The air-tight tubes need to be closer to true vacuum, the maglev acceleration needs to increase which will require more power, and protecting hyperloop tracks from environmental factors such as earthquakes is still a major concern.
Then, that world—a world of predictive policing, maglev self-driving cars, advanced gestural interfaces, and pervasive retinal scanning both for surveillance and targeted advertising purposes—inspired new story ideas.
That’s a little faster than the fastest normal operating speed for a train in the world today, the Shanghai maglev.
That’s a little faster than the fastest operating speed for a train in the world today, the Shanghai maglev.
Specifically, its taking aim at traditional maglev systems, which often require a powered track.
Musk has criticized the state's slow moving dream project of a bullet train between San Francisco and Los Angeles, offering his maglev Hyperloop train as an alternative.
But more will be spent on infrastructure, including the maglev train, which the government wants to help build between Tokyo and Osaka by as early as 2037, eight years earlier than a previous timetable.
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Origin and Etymology of maglev
First Known Use: 1969See Words from the same year
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