Hyperloop Working Principle

hyperloop working principle
hyperloop working principle

📩 21/11/2021 12:42

Mankind has migrated for centuries and took long distances during these migrations. After the advancing time and the industrial revolution, cars and buses started to be used with the invention of steam-powered vehicles and following this development, the internal combustion engine. Later, with the development of aviation, distances were shortened, but now such a technology is coming, Hyperloop (Hyperloop) Technology, which will replace airplanes and high-speed trains. Hyperloop emerged with the initiative of Elon Musk, who we can describe as perhaps the most influential entrepreneur of our age.


What is Hyperloop Technology and Working Principle

Hyperloop is simply to say that the capsule is drained in a tube under low pressure and in an environment with almost zero friction. The maximum speed 1300 km / h reaches Hyperloop is equal to the speed of sound. They will first try the time between Los Angles and San Francisco, which will normally reduce 6-7 hours to 35 minutes.

In the first stage, 26 million dollars have been invested for the current studies and it is said that this budget will be issued up to 80 million dollars.


Hyperloop Operating System

1- The capsule is not pushed by the vacuum system, but instead of two electromagnetic motors, the speed of the 1300 km / h is increased.

2- The parts of the tube are vacuum but not completely airless, but instead the tube (s) contain low pressure.

3- The compressor fan in front of the Hyperloop sends the air towards the back, which creates a cushioning from the air around it during sending, this cushioning causes levitation (lifting/stopping in the air) inside the tube of the capsule, so that the capsule takes off inside the tube and friction is reduced.

4- Solar panels placed on the tubes provide energy in certain periods. – EngineerBrains

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