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Magnetic levitation

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Technical paper presentation on magnetic levitation.

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Magnetic levitation

  1. 1. Technical Paper Presentation By:DCRUST, MURTHAL
  2. 2. PRINCIPLE HISTORY WORKING INTRO
  3. 3. HISTORYINTRO PRINCIPLE WORKING What is Levitation ?
  4. 4.  The first commercial Maglev "people-mover" was officially opened in 1984 in Birkingham, England.  It operated between Birkingham International Airport and Birkingham International railway station.  It ran at 42 km/h (26 mph) . HISTORYINTRO PRINCIPLE WORKING
  5. 5.  They work on a basic principle of magnetism i.e. “LIKE POLE REPEL EACH OTHER AND UNLIKE POLE ATTRACT EACH OTHER.” HISTORYINTRO PRINCIPLE WORKING
  6. 6.  Levitation Electrodynamic Suspension (EDS) Electromagnetic Suspension (EMS)  The Maglev Track (Guideway)  Propulsion HISTORYINTRO PRINCIPLE WORKING
  7. 7. HISTORYINTRO PRINCIPLE WORKING BALANCE UPLIFT
  8. 8. HISTORYINTRO PRINCIPLE WORKING N S S N LEVITATION …
  9. 9.  The attraction from a fixed strength magnet decreases with increased distance, and increases at closer distances. This is unstable. For a stable system, the opposite is needed, variations from a stable position should push it back to the target position. Basic Problem in Levitation HISTORYINTRO PRINCIPLE WORKING
  10. 10. Stable magnetic levitation can be achieved by measuring the position and speed of the object being levitated, and using a feedback loop which continuously adjusts one or more electromagnets to correct the object's motion, thus forming a servomechanism. Germany’s TRANSRAPID – use this technology. LEVITATION - Electromagnetic suspension(EMS) HISTORYINTRO PRINCIPLE WORKING
  11. 11. Germany’s TRANSRAPID – uses this technology. LEVITATION - Electromagnetic suspension(EMS) HISTORYINTRO PRINCIPLE WORKING
  12. 12. In this method the magnetic field in the train is controlled using eddy currents, diamagnetic materials or superconductors LEVITATION - Electrodynamic Suspension (EDS) HISTORYINTRO PRINCIPLE WORKING
  13. 13. Japan's MLX01 maglev train HISTORYINTRO PRINCIPLE WORKING
  14. 14. The Maglev Track HISTORYINTRO PRINCIPLE WORKING
  15. 15. 1.The Propulsion coil running along the track, called a guideway. 2.The power (A.C.) supplied to the coils is used to create magnetic fields that pull and push the train along the track. PROPULSIONCOIL … HISTORYINTRO PRINCIPLE WORKING
  16. 16. PROPULSIONCOIL … HISTORYINTRO PRINCIPLE WORKING FRONT BACK
  17. 17. Mumbai – Delhi: A maglev line project was presented to India's former railway minister Lalu Prasad Yadav by an American company Daimler. It will cover the distance in 90 min . *INDIA
  18. 18.  No friction.  Fast  Quiet  Easy maintenance  Environmentally friendly ◦ No emissions HISTORYINTRO PRINCIPLE WORKING
  19. 19.  Usage in Controlled Fusion ◦ Used for container less confinement of plasma in Tokamac  Used in rocket propulsion  Used in heart pumps HISTORYINTRO PRINCIPLE WORKING
  20. 20. Magnetic levitation is a very promising field which guarantees faster transport, lesser pollution, future energy potential & employment generation compatible with MAKE IN INDIA philosophy The results showed that Maglev can be conveniently considered as a solution for the future engineering needs of the country.

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