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MAGLEV TRANSPORTATION BY: Chitragupt Pandey www.powerpointpresentationon.blogspot.com
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MAGLAV TRANSPORTATION A REVOLUTION IN TRANSPORTATION MODE……..
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WHAT IS MAGLAV ?
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BASIC PRINCIPLE MOVING CHARGE AND MAGNETIC FIELD
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MAGNETIC FORCE DEPENDS ON… LENGTH OF WIRE CURRENT STRENGTH OF MAGNETIC FIELD
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CURRENT AND MAGNETIC FORCE Direction of the force is perpendicular to current direction and magnetic field. The repulsion or attraction between two parallel wires is of particular importance to magnetic levitation. If the currents flow in the same direction (as shown), the wires attract. If the current flow in opposite directions, the wire repels.
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MAGLAV TRANSPORTATION LEVITATION AND PROPULSION 1) Levitation by attraction 2) Propulsion by repulsion
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LEVITATION BY ATTRACTION In order for the train float,there Must be two coils.The top coil is installed in the train and the bottom coil is placed in the track .Attraction is caused by having the currents within each of the circuits , traveling in the same direction
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PROPULSION BY REPULSION Similar poles of a magnet repel each other . In order for the train to float , there must be two coils. The top coil is placed within the train and the bottom coil is placed on the track . The current in the top circuit travels in the opposite direction of the current in the bottom , resulting in the repulsion between two coils.
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FLOATING ON COURSE Drift between the rail and levitation
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