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SYNOPSIS ON

“MAGNETICALY LEVITATED TRAINS (MAGLEV)”
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OF

BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY
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ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

Submitted to:Lokesh Sharma (Seminar Coordinator)

Submitted to:K.K.Bhargava (HOD of ECE Dept.)

Submitted by:Ashish Kumar Gupta 08EMTEC016 (ECE)

Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering

Maharishi Arvind
INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY,JAIPUR

RAJASTHAN TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, KOTA 2011-2012

As water is predominantly diamagnetic. which act in the opposite manner. Although maglev don't use steel wheel on steel rail usually associated with trains.INTRODUCTION MAGNETIC LEVITATION Magnetic levitation.it is a train. . this technique has been used to levitate water droplets. These trains are often referred to as Magnetically Levitated a train which is abbreviated to Maglev. A substance which is diamagnetic repels a magnetic field. though this force is not usually very large. maglev. They follow guidance tracks with magnets. Any material in which the diamagnetic component is strongest will be repelled by a magnet. or magnetic suspension is a method by which an object is suspended above another object with no support other than magnetic field . but the effect is very weak. and usually overcome by the object's paramagnetic or ferromagnetic properties.The electromagnetic force is used to counteract the effects of the gravitational force. Magnetically Levitated Trains (MAGLEV) The principal of a Magnet train is that floats on a magnetic field and is propelled by a linear induction motor. Diamagnetic levitation can be used to levitate very light pieces of pyrolytic graphite or bismuth above a moderately strong permanent magnet. the dictionary definition of a train is a long line of vehicles traveling in the same direction . All materials have diamagnetic properties.

Maglev. with sensors and active control of the current to the electromagnet used to maintain some distance between them.  Attraction between an electromagnet and a piece of iron or a magnet.  Repulsion between an electromagnet and a magnet.  LEVITATION FORCE  PROPULSION FORCE  LATERAL GUIDING FORCE MAGLEV METHODS  Repulsion between like poles of permanent magnets or electromagnets.  Attraction between the open core of an electromagnetic solenoid and a piece of iron or a magnet. a combination of superconducting magnets and linear motor technology. realizes super high-speed running. with sensors and active control of the current to the electromagnet used to maintain some distance between them.  Repulsion between a magnet and a superconductor.  Repulsion between a magnetic field and a diamagnetic substance.  Attraction between unlike poles of permanent magnets or electromagnets.  Repulsion between a metallic conductor and an AC electromagnet. safety.A super high-speed transport system with a non-adhesive drive system that is independent of wheel-and-rail frictional forces has been a long-standing dream of railway engineers.  Attraction between a permanent magnet or electromagnet and a piece of iron. They are. reliability. . low environmental impact and minimum maintenance TECHNOLOGY AND WORKING OF MAGLEV TRAINS Basically the construction of the maglev train depends on 3 different working forces.  Repulsion between a magnet and a metallic conductor induced by relative motion.

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