4 annual projects of Karadeniz Technical University Physics Department Superconductivity Research Group were awarded 2 million pounds by TUBITAK and put into the organization's 2023 vision.
KTU Department of Physics Superconductivity Research Group, which reached 586 km per hour speed after the project they are working on for four years and they offer magnetic rail train prototype of a rising path area of 2 cm Turkey Scientific and Technological Research Institution. TÜBİTAK, who found the project successful, will provide 2 million lira for the flying train project and put it in the vision of 2023.
The 4-meter prototype of the magnetic rail train, born from the 2-year project of the KTÜ Physics Department Superconductivity Research Group 'Crystal Magnification Project, is extremely successful. The train, which has a crystal mass on its base, can go 2 cm high from the rails by providing zero friction.
The first prototype maglev carried out by the Department of Physics Superconductivity Research Group K train in Turkey, Germany, and is being used in China.
The prototype prepared will be tried to be implemented with the support of TÜBİTAK. At the same time, boron mine started to be used in the magnetic rail train study.