China's Jiaotong University has built a 45-meter test cycle for an ultra-high-speed train. The maglev train, which has magnetic lifting technology and will not touch the rails, will increase to 1000 km per hour.
RAYDAN RISES 20 MILLIMETERS
Starting to be tested with weight capacities between 300 and 1000 kg, the maglev train rises 45 millimeters off the rail in a 20-meter cycle. If the maglev train project, which is undergoing tests at the Sichuan based university, is successful, the world's fastest maglev train record will also be broken. The fastest maglev train used today operates in Japan at a speed of 600 km.
4 DEVELOPED A THOUSAND KM SPEED FLIGHT TRAIN
China's ultra high speed train work is not only maglev train. The Chinese Aviation and Space Industry Authority announced that a "flying train", which could travel at a speed of 4.000 kilometers per hour, was developed last August.