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Forming Processes for the Future University of Central Lancashire Faculty of Arts. Humanities and Social Sciences Department of Design Student: Matthew.

Since mankind has walked this earth we have consistently managed to make use of our surroundings and materials to our best advantage. We have accomplished many things, some of which could not have been achieved without the discovery of clay./ (HTS) wire in a prototype electromagnetic coil designed for use as the lifting component in JR Centrals magnetically levitated ("maglev") train system. The core of the bearings consists of a magnetic rail and superconducting bulks, cooled to a temperature of -196/


PHYSICIST PROFILE Director NASA Johnson Space Center – Houston, TX “In our household there was a big emphasis on education. My mom expected us to work.

astronaut, Ellen has an unstoppable drive for success that stems from a mother who always encouraged her to do her best in everything: After four space missions, Ellen is now Director at Johnson Space Center, and spends much of her/. Today, they are used in a variety of applications, from Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and maglev trains, to electric motors and railguns. Shanghai Maglev Train MRI Image Scientists like Phil are working on understanding the properties of superconductors, in order to identify /


1 China – The Challenge of Growth and Green Vince Cunningham 11 November 2010 www.cbbc.org.

and equipment design Increased investment and development of renewables 18 Energy – 11 th 5 year Plan Result – patchy at best 19 Energy – 2020 Outlook Objective – cut greenhouse gas by 40-45% per unit of GDP compared to 2005 20/ need development of contacts at multiple levels Contract likely to be technology transfer Recognise the probable need to localise 35 Maglev Trains - Mini case study (technology transfer in action) Technology from Germany First commercial application in Shanghai Much of equipment /


DO NOWSept 16 Work with your Catapult teams. BRAINSTORM for 10 minutes about websites and ideas you have found through your RESEARCH. Ask yourselves which.

, carbon fiber). Notes and drawings (4) List pros and cons of each bicycle design (5). Pick the best idea with your team. Use multiple parts from different ideas (Frame material from one idea and frame geometry from another/= a / c DO NOW Feb 10 http://science.howstuffworks.com/transport/29341- extreme-engineering-maglev-train-video.htm http://science.howstuffworks.com/transport/29341- extreme-engineering-maglev-train-video.htm Watch the following video clip. After you have watched the clip, write some/


Catalyst 1. How are frequency and wavelength related? They are INVERSELY related. As one goes UP, the other goes DOWN! 2. What are the 3 primary colors.

how difficult it is for charges to flow through a material. Increase the resistance, decrease the current Measured in ohms Best Wire = SHORT, FAT, COLD! Insulators = HIGH resistance Conductors = LOW resistance Electromagnetism The Maglev Train The Maglev Train Can a magnet be used to make a train reach speeds of 2,000 mph? Electric Current & Magnetism Wherever there is electricity, there is magnetism An electric current/


Magnets are Used Every Day Magnets Magnets are used every day. Sometimes we can see the magnets such as the ones we use on our fridge to hold papers.

such as in a computers hard drive. Hard disks in a computer record data on a thin magnetic coating. Transportation Magnets are used in some trains. The best known is the maglev. Maglev means magnetic levitation, which means the train is suspended, or lifted, above the rail by electro- magnetic force. Jewelry Magnets can be used to make jewelry. Some necklaces and bracelets are made/


Magnets are Used Every Day. Magnets Magnets are used every day. Sometimes we can see the magnets such as the ones we use on our fridge to hold papers.

computer’s hard drive. Hard disks in a computer record data on a thin magnetic coating. Transportation Magnets are used in some trains. The best known is the maglev. Maglev is a shortened combination of the words magnetic levitation This means the train is lifted above the rail by electro- magnetic force. Jewelry Magnets can be used to make jewelry. Some necklaces and bracelets are/


MAGNETISM Magnetism Lodestones: Natural magnets found in Magnesia, Greece. Often the subject of curiosity and eventually were used as devices for navigation.

best ways is to heat the material (like the magma from the mid-atlantic ridge) and then pass it through a magnetic field. When the material cools, its domains will have settled in an aligned fashion. Practical Uses Compass Motors/ Generators Meters Maglev Trains/ around a bar of iron this works even better since it aligns the domains in the iron. Uses for electromagnets Maglev Trains, MRI, Construction, Particle accelerators, etc. Charges and Magnetic Fields If a charge moves in relation to a magnetic field/


Magnetically Levitated Propeller Bernie Garcia (Me, Team Leader), Joe Bernardini (ME, Scribe), Elijah Sensenig (EE, System Integrator), Zachory Louison.

might end up being part of. Our last goal, was to allow time for team bonding, which would create the best environment to complete the project in. During this phase we accomplished or began to accomplish each of the goals listed above./in the water, and the overall design has been used since the 1980s. Also trains have used similar technology called Maglev, which integrates the magnetic bearings and currently two maglev trains are operated with the newest opening to the public in 2005.This project includes /


Warm Up: Create a hypothesis for the following question: Where does magnetism come from? (here, I’ll give you a hint, it involves the last couple of chapters.

the non-magnetized material will line up and a net magnetic moment will form: 2nd and 3rd ways 3.One of the best ways is to heat the material (like the magma from the mid-atlantic ridge) and then pass it through a magnetic/show how magnetic domains were oriented when the magma rose form the Earth’s core. Practical Uses Compass Motors/ Generators Meters Maglev Trains Televisions Magnetism and Electricity When charges flow through a wire they also generate a magnetic field around the wire. Changing the /


ESP Demystified Rob Dean. Characteristics of Adult Learners Developing Productive skills Sources of materials Differences between ESP and General English.

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Designing Model Membranes

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Chapter 10: part 2 Ohms Law Superconductivity Parallel and Series Circuits Delivery of Power in a Circuit Pricing Energy Fuel Cells.

Therefore, a magnet near a superconductor will Stay in the air Result: magnetic levitation (MAGLEV) Bullet trains in Japan and Germany use MAGLEV Series and Parallel Circuits Parallel circuits: Resistances add Series circuits: Currents add Household circuits: Which/ $4000 per Kilowatt: too expensive Greenhouse Gas Emissions Why are zero emissions Vehicles (electric cars) Not necessarily the best Choice? Cost for Fuel Cells :Medium Term Life cycle costs: cents Per mile Yellow: Fuel Purple: Electricity Dark/


SO, YOU WANT TO BUILD A RAILROAD? A CASE STUDY OF TWO PROJECTS UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS William W. Hay Railroad Engineering Seminar Series MAY 11, 2007 By:

, safety, construction, and weather reliability concerns Proposed Solutions Rail, in one of several forms Maglev – a “dream” (naïve?) solution High Speed Rail – á la European TGV/ in 2004 in order to identify, evaluate, and select the best capacity improving alternatives Coalition wants to counter established bias for highway / Parameters Quantify Expected Traffic Passenger Freight Evaluate Equipment Alternatives Locomotive powered trains Self propelled Multiple Units Tilt or non-tilt Cars and interior/


“Searching to Translate”, and “Translating to Search”: When Information Retrieval Meets Machine Translation Ferhan Ture Dissertation defense May 24 th,

-language IR (CLIR): query and documents in different languages “Why does China want to import technology to build Maglev Railway?” ➡ relevant information in Chinese documents “Maternal Leave in Europe” ➡ relevant information in French, Spanish,/best for Ar and Zh Efficiency vs. Effectiveness 78 Experiments: Finding good λ 1 and λ 2 Learn from different queries in same collection? ✔ Learn from different collection in different language? ✗ Learn from different collection in same language? ? Change in training/


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Elements of Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

supply- chain planners run optimization models to minimize costs. Combining scenario planning with supply-chain planning achieves the best of both worlds, which leads to long-term competitive advantage. Any company that has a global supply chain /Motor Bikes, Rickshaws etc. RAILWAYS RAIL: Rail transport is where train runs along at two parallel steel rails, known as a railway or railroad. Alternative methods include monorail and maglev. A train consists of one or more connected vehicle that run on the /


Technology transfer of large railway infrastructure projects -Case of High Speed Rail Daniel S. Suh Project Coordinator Korea High Speed Rail Group for.

Railway Policy & Operation Expand Railroad Infrastructure Tilting Train System LRT System Advanced System for Urban EMU Improve Conventional Lines Next Generation HSR Bimodal Trams Urban Maglev Trains Eco-friendly Bogies 750V-Linear Propulsion System Environment/ Technology Transfer Define Scope Think as One Component of Overall System Implementation Need a Comprehensive Plan Best Strategy for RFP Cost Effectiveness, Spin-Off Effects, Project Consider Project Schedule, Commercial Specification Institutional/


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1.1 Transportation Energy Florida voters changed the state constitution to mandate high-speed trains to service the major cities While the cost wasn’t specified to distract them, maglev trains reaching 300 mph were implied The cost of such systems was so great that/becomes a better choice 030419 25.22 Tradeoffs and Decisions Tradeoffs provide a systematic way to evaluate choices and select the “best” one Uncertainty in various estimates may tend to be forgotten but should not be! The square root of the sum /


Vicki DeWitt, Director Edwardsville, Illinois & Dr. Emily Alford, North Cook ISC K-2 TLCF Reading Project – ITS REAL.

represent all five classes - mammals, insects, reptiles, amphibians, and birds. Then we’ll have a school election to choose the best mascot for us. Be sure to include information about how these animals adapt and survive. We don’t want students choosing a / can travel 341 miles per hour. An unusual looking train has no wheels. It is called a Maglev, short for magnetic levitation. Strong magnets on the bottom of the train and on the rails raise the train slightly off the ground. The reduced friction means it /


Industry & Economics Chapter 9 – Development Chapter 11 – Industry & Manufacturing.

China shipped around the world. Walmart big investor  Industrial parks are built around the city & other cities in China.  Maglev train – high speed rail (300mph)  SEZs – special economic zones are designed for foreign companies to have headquarters. (Ford, GM/ in developing areas  Gender Development Index – what is life like for women around the world. Europe & US/Canada are best. Sub-Saharan Africa is the worst  Gender Inequality Index – disparity between males & females.  Labor market – women in/


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current state of the issue and current solutions? Step 4 Which solutions best solve original problem? Step 8 Modify solution based on info from presentation & tests Select best possible solution(s) Redesign (if necessary) Does it work? How /used to deliver bulky goods Trains also carry passengers Operated by AMTRAK - intercity passenger railroad In the US trains carry less than 1% of all intercity passengers High Speed Trains: All-electric Travel at 125 - 200 mph Maglev Trains: Magnetic levitation - doesn’t/


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1972 km within 26 hrs the longest transocean bridge in Hangzhou Bay the highest building in Shanghaj the fastest train Maglev reaching the speed of 431 km/h (Magnetic Levitation) - with the help of German engineers sending a / shift away from state- owned enterprises toward the expansion of private industry,small and medium-sized companies offer the best opportunities for employment. Employment is particularly plentiful in sectors with manpower shortages such as the agricultural, construction and building/


Unit 11 Scientific achievements 构词法规则例证 转化由一个词类转化为另一词类 water -water 派生加前缀构成另一个词 happy - unhappy 加后缀构成另一个词 happy - happiness 加前后缀构成另一个词 happy - unhappily.

scientific achievements that you think are important? 3.Do these achievements have anything in common? If so, what? Edison Maglev Train Issac Newton 1642-1727 Nuclear energy : Advantages : Can make all the electricity we nee; Not pollute the environment /completed mapping out their part of the international human genetic project. Chinese scientists prove to be the best in the world fields fieldsAchievementsImportance Computer Engineer- ing Chinese computer engineers have developed the space computer Shenwei/


Unit6 Focus on Talking Unit 6 Transportation 十一五规划教 材的标志图.

, buses, trains, trucks, people, helicopters, and aircraft. Coach High-speed train Maglev Train Aircraft Advanced /means of transport Subway Light rail Double-decker bus Cruiser China Ocean Shipping (Group) Company 中国远洋运输(集团)总公司 Cargo vessel Here are a list of pictures together with their respective description. Can you find out the expressions related to transport? You will be divided into three groups. The group who have got the most scores win this game. Try your best/


Traditional Chinese Medicine Cultural Tour Beijing-Suzhou June 10-19, 2016.

palace during this 500 ‐ year span. Acrobatics at Chaoyang Theater Suzhou Maglev Train The top operational commercial speed of this train is 431 km/h (268 mph), making it the worlds fastest train in regular commercial service since its opening in 2004, faster than TGV in/2,500 year history. As the saying goes ‐ "Gardens to the south of Yangtze River are the best in the world, and Suzhou gardens are the best among them". Grand Canal Float down the Grand Canal, the worlds oldest and longest man ‐ made /


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MagLev) HPH (no2 in ports) DP World (no3 in ports) SABMiller (no2 in beer) Bermuda Government Remy has extensive experience in delivering high-tech business and technical solutions to multi-national corporations. You might be aware of the world’s first magnetic levitation train/decision making process explicitly address uncertainty and assumptions be systematic and structured be based on the best available information be tailorable take human factors into account be transparent and inclusive be dynamic, /


Chapter 9 Automobile Emissions Controls Stationary Emissions Control Cost of Emissions Controls Thermal Pollution from Energy Generation Ecological Effects.

(MBTE, other oxidants). Mass Transit Shin Kan Sen (Bullet Train), TGV (Train Grande Vitesse) Both are MAGLEV (magnetic levitation) trains Travel at up to 300 km/hr (180 mph) Shin Kan Sen: Trains leave every 3 hours: Tokyo-Kyoto TGV-not so often Buses/ to publish This graph? Fish: Response to Temperature Solid dot: Upper lethal Limit for a Given species Open dot: Best T for spawning Solid blocks: Preferred Temperature Range Temperature and Growth of Food Animals What is the optimum Temperature for Hens/


APE Final Review! Get in your teams – no notes! INSTRUCTIONS Pick up an answer sheet from the back table Put away all notes/resources There will be 20.

d)formalize the postwar treaties with Germany e)ensure socialist security in northern Europe 2. Which of the following best describes the role of socialism in postwar Europe? a)Conservative governments banned socialist political parties. b)Capitalists marginalized/ever before? a)Hydro-ferries between the continent and Scandinavia b)Maglev tracking for trains c)Autobahns without speed limits d)Jumbo jets and trés grande vitesse (TGV) trains e)Turbo cars 2. Wide-ranging international agreements were concluded /


Silk Road 2003 Understanding China in a Globalising World Joseph T. Hsu, CEO The Symbio Group www.symbio-group.com The 8th Annual LRC Conference.

is the first city in the world to have a Maglev train China’s financial capital Shanghai was the first city in the world to build a magnetic levitation train – the most advanced train in existence. China has the fastest advancing infrastructure Unit:1000/Shenzhen have been upgrading their trading and settlement platforms. WTO pressures for Chinese Companies are driving companies to seek best-of-breed solutions “SILK ROAD 2003, UNDERSTANDING CHINA IN A GLOBALISING WORLD” 1.CHINA DE-MYSTIFIED 2.OPPORTUNITIES/


New Words and Expressions for Unit One. travel v.& n. Anna traveled alone around the United States. Light travels faster than sound doesnt it He likes.

for food and clothing. Your future depends on whether you have tried your best. ----Can you come? ----It ( all ) depends. Travelling Around China By train efficient more comfortable ( sometimes, overcrowded) the kind of ticket--- depend on a/ full ) well managed By bicycle one of the best ways for traveling not a good choice in cities with steep streets Bus Car Double-decker Ferry boat Tunnel Underground train / subway Elevated railway Maglev train Trolley bus Tram Long distance bus Sightseeing bus Freeway/


Transportation Systems. Travois and tumplines sledge People found that if they had trouble moving large objects they could build a sledge. It works basically.

a sledge. It works basically as a sled or sleigh, but could be used on all types of terrain. Obviously it works best on ice or snow but the modern example to the left is used to carry granite blocks in England. At first people probably /Bologna, while a plane + taxi takes an hour and a half to do the same distance. Japanese Bullet Trains Maglev technology has allowed these trains to go 361 mph. Train Routes US Highways The building of roads is part of the constitution and is part of the “promote the general/


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Failures and Probabilities This test will not be graded or even collected, so answer the test questions truthfully and to the best of your ability / knowledge Question 1: Name a disaster that was caused by computer hardware or software failure. How /18... or from Poorly Designed High-Tech Trains? Train built for demonstrating magnetic levitation technology in northwest Germany rams into maintenance vehicle left on track at 200 km/h, killing 23 of 29 aboard Transrapid maglev train on its test track Sep. 22, /


1 NGSS Professional Development Workshop Series Engineering Design and Technology Science Education Institute (RVC College) Wil van der Veen Mariel O’Brien.

are indicated by an asterisk. Integration of Science and Engineering 5 th Grade Classroom ● Students are going to design Maglev Trains (magnetic levitation trains) ● Students first need to better understand magnets ● Video: (http://www.eie.org/eie- curriculum/resources/magnetic-personality/need to solve? 27 28 NGSS Appendix E Progressions within the NGSS ● Progressions are based on our current best understanding of student learning in grades K-12. ● The ideas are intentionally placed to ensure that, over /


Sep. 2015Part I – Introduction: Dependable SystemsSlide 1.

Failures and Probabilities This test will not be graded or even collected, so answer the test questions truthfully and to the best of your ability / knowledge Question 1: Name a disaster that was caused by computer hardware or software failure. How /17... or from Poorly Designed High-Tech Trains? Train built for demonstrating magnetic levitation technology in northwest Germany rams into maintenance vehicle left on track at 200 km/h, killing 23 of 29 aboard Transrapid maglev train on its test track Sep. 22, /


Jean-Pierre Loubinoux Chairman and CEO, SNCF International.

of transportation (Road) on the Makkah- Jeddah route. MMRL: technical solutions The best solution is a HSL: a better corridor and a better return on investments TGV Maglev Lines with double dedicated tracks Electrified lines Slopes of 3.5 to 4% Non /work, civil engineering, trials, launching as well as assisting Dubail Municipality in selecting the future railway operator and preparing train operations. The Dubai Urban Rail Transit will be the latest in a large number of urban transit systems in prominent /


China Shanghai and Yunnan. Intro Ethos Itinerary Travel arrangements What to pack Things to buy & money Getting the most out of the trip Rooms and sharing.

Shanghai Pudong @1545h on Friday Flight time 10h Friday 4 th April Catch the Maglev to Longyang Road Coach to Hotel Taicang Lu In the French Concession Tianzifang & / Kunming Xishan Forest Park Dynamic Yunnan Jiuxiang Scenic Area Overnight train to Dali Dali Coach to Lijiang Lijiang Overnight train to Kunming Zhaotong The Journey Home Fly back to Shanghai / opportunities for shopping. Don’t spend all your money at once. The best places for buying gifts and souvenirs will probably be Dali and Lijiang Money You/


Toronto In Question Moving People: Responses to Congestion Steve Munro October 25, 2011.

underway until Queen’s Park needed a replacement for the failed Maglev project CLRVs (1977-1981) and ALRVs (1987-1989) The /varies depending on situation) –LRT –Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) –Capacity depends on train/vehicle length and station design Passing lanes and multiple stopping bays require extra space /rivers or canals –Difficulty of grades (flumes? trebuchets?) –Weather issues (sleighs?) Gondolas –Best for severe topographical constraints (valleys, hills) Bi-planes –Personal rapid transit –High staff /


China Shanghai and Yunnan. Intro Ethos Itinerary Travel arrangements What to pack Things to buy & money Getting the most out of the trip Rooms and sharing.

Shanghai Pudong @1545h on Friday Flight time 10h Friday 4 th April Catch the Maglev to Longyang Road Coach to Hotel Taicang Lu In the French Concession Tianzifang & Shikomen/ Kunming Xishan Forest Park Dynamic Yunnan Jiuxiang Scenic Area Overnight train to Dali Dali Coach to Lijiang Overnight train to Kunming Zhaotong The Journey Home Fly back to Shanghai / opportunities for shopping. Don’t spend all your money at once. The best places for buying gifts and souvenirs will probably be Dali and Lijiang Money /


Superconducting MAGnetically LEVitated vehicle Utilises magnets and linear electric motor technology Reach speeds of up to 552kmh.

train’s undercarriage. Train levitates. Power supplied to coils – unique system magnetic fields push train along Changes in polarity – thrust. very high speed Reliability Safety Minimum maintenance Low environmental impact Germany – Levitation results from attraction. Japan – Levitation achieved by repulsion. -R-Research began 1970 -1990 – Yamanachi Maglev/narrower the interference fringes and the greater the angular resolution. Best used for astrometric purposes – accurate determination of stellar distances/


clothing food shelter transportation … Basic necessities of life.

… Basic necessities of life shelter mud stone wood one-storeyed building apartment skyscraper future house Transportation Bullet train Maglev train future Future Past Now Learn from yesterday, live for today, and hope for tomorrow. What will our/by a lot of students. 伴随状语 方式状语 While Li Qiang was seated in the classroom, he saw his best friend Wang Ping passing by. → _______in the classroom, Li Qiang saw his best friend Tom passing by. After Wang Ping had been asked many times, he told Li Qiang the /


Teaching & Learning with Particle Physics “Stuff” Marge Bardeen Fermilab Bardeen, AAPT, Chicago, 2/2009.

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7 Resources Quiz Tomorrow  Using knowledge to develop products and systems that satisfy needs, solve problems, and increase our capabilities.

Checks Design Process  Step  Step 1-Identify the need 2-Gather Information 3-Develop alternative solutions 4-Select the best solution 5-Implement the solution 6-Evaluate the solution Step 1: Identify the Need DESIGN BRIEF: Design a Magnetic Levitation /  Find where a Magnetic Levitation Train is being used in the world today.  Picture  Description of Train Step 3: Develop Alternative Solutions Create different ideas with sketches Step 4: Select the best solution Create a final technical drawing Step/


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/IEC 15288 Systems Engineering Developing the Maglev Track Mathematical PerspectiveLinear ProgrammingPractice with AimsFinding optimized/Safety of Transport Infrastructure External Influences:  High/Low/Green/Waste Technology Throw Away Trains, Hybrid Engines, Re-Usability of materials, Zero-Emission Engines Systems Engineering, Policy Analysis/ representative professionals. The level of integration of domain knowledge is best described as structural knowledge and can be modeled in several alternative/


Magnetic Fields - Review Magnetic fields are produced by magnetised magnetic materials such as iron electric currents I.

on the object, the movement of which resulted in the changing flux that induced the eddy currents. Applications include slowing of maglev trains slowing the “space probe 7” ride at Australia’s Wonderland syllabus Investigating eddy currents and magnetic braking 1.Using a neodymium / the axis of the coil in which it is located. It will then return to the position shown in the diagram. Best: The compass needle will deflect momentarily, with the north end, tending to align parallel to the axis of the coil in/


Ground Transport. GROUND TRANSPORT AND TOURISM Two broad types of transport under the ground mode that involve tourism can be identified: 1. Personal.

within a destination or attraction). RAIL TRANSPORT (Continued 1) Many countries are turning to high-speed rail networks (using MAGLEV trains that can run at 500 km/h) to facilitate passenger and cargo movement. At present, Japan, France, Germany and/ in an historical context. PERSONAL TRANSPORT Such as; personal automobile, motorcycle or bicycle. Personal modes of transport can best be characterized and differentiated on the basis of provision or use: 1. Modes of transport provided by the individual;/


Superconductors and their applications. Electrical resistance Using the flow analogy, electrical resistance is similar to friction. For water flowing.

a superconductor i.Resistivity ρ = 0 i.Magnetic Induction B = 0 when in an uniform magnetic field What’s about Semiconductor? The best known semiconductors, Si and Ge, become superconductors under a pressure of ~2 K bar with T C = 7 and 5.3 K/ and 34 W cm –1 K –1 for the normal phase. Applications of Superconductors Application—1 Maglev (magnetic levitation) trains. These work because a superconductor repels a magnetic field so a magnet will float above a superconductor – this virtually eliminates the /


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FY02 Study Inputs Outputs Potential HPM support roles HPM operations strategies “Best fit” HPM orbit planes Analysis of Projected Satellites/Constellations 7 /Nanotube structures Liquid Injection TVC Photonic Avionics Alternatives Rail gun (i.e., maglev) Air launch with reusable upper stage RLV Focused market - omit polar /Support operational concepts of reducing skill levels and number of operators, reducing training time, enabling operators skilled in multiple satellite operations, and providing these /


Why is it magnetic? An object is magnetic if its electrons easily align by pointing in the same direction, which creates a domain, and also spin in the.

powerful magnets emit radiowaves which excite the hydrogen atoms in the body, they absorb then release these waves and scanners make pictures out of them. Best for examining tissues with lots of water in them. How does a MagLev train work? Magnets between the track and train cause it to levitate an inch above the track Magnets on the side push and pull the/


Superconductors and their applications. Electrical resistance Using the flow analogy, electrical resistance is similar to friction. For water flowing.

, are not superconductors down to very low temperatures. Magnetic metallic elements do not exhibit superconductivity. What’s about Semiconductor? The best known semiconductors, Si and Ge, become superconductors under a pressure of ~2 K bar with T C = 7 and 5/34 W cm –1 K –1 for the normal phase. Applications of Superconductors Application—1 Maglev (magnetic levitation) trains. These work because a superconductor repels a magnetic field so a magnet will float above a superconductor – this virtually eliminates /


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