Japans have developed a train that does not require rails

Japans have developed a train that does not require rails :As one of the leading countries in developing most advanced technologies in rail systems, Japan now is again on the agenda with its new train project.

The train uses “Maglev” that does not required rails and can stand in levitated position in a magnetic field, without contacting the ground. In this project, that will require spending 90 billion dollars, the new train can achieve speeds up to 500 kph. This magnetic train technology will be used for transportation between Tokyo and Osaka, reducing the travel time from 2 hours to 1 hour.

Contrary to a usual rail system, these trains that will be put into operation in Japan will move in a channel. Coils are placed on the left, right and bottom of this channel, which will generate magnetic fields to keep the train levitated in air. The power unit of the train will interact with the coils to generate the magnetic field. The power thus generated is controlled to move the train up in the air. The train, being levitated by about 10 cm above the ground can move at speeds up to 500 kph.

The project will be first implemented in Japan. Japans were the first to implement the high speed train project in 1964, using this to demonstrate their economic power, after the World War II. It is expected that this new project will be approved by the Shinzo Abe government of Japan this year and the construction is planned to start in 2015. Abe is claiming that these trains will be exported from Japan in the future. After presenting this technology to the US president Barack Obama, Mr. Abe had proposed to reduce the train travel time between New York and Washington down to 1 hour. On the other hand, the Central Japan Railway estimates that the Tokyo Osaka high speed line, that carries 143 million passengers in a year will now attract 72 million new passengers with this new project.

The Japanese project of the train without rails

The coils are located on the right, left and bottom of the channel.
The giant magnets located on the train generate a magnetic field between the train and the coils. This levitates the rain. This magnetic field is then used to move the train in the channel.
The magnetic field between the magnets and coils oppose each other to generate power. This power drives the train forward, enabling it to reach high speeds up to 500 kph.

Japans have developed a train that does not require rails

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