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Swami Keshvanand Institute of Technology, Management

& Gramothan,
Faculty Development Program (AICTE Sponsered) -2015

Student Seminars, Industrial Visit &


Practical Training, and Extra
Curricular Activities
Dinesh Kumar Sharma
Lecturer (ME-SKIT)
Voice: +91 9785 44 9998
Email-shreemd@yahoo.co.in

Swami Keshvanand Institute of Technology,


Management & Gramothan,
Department of Mechanical Engineering

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INTRODUCTION

Modesrelatively
of Transportation:
1.Conventional
ROAD
slow
2. RAIL

relatively slow and expensive

3. WATER

very slow

4. AIR

expensive

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Prateek Ameta
(12ESKME081)

Swami Keshvanand Institute of Technology,


Management & Gramothan,
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HYPERLOOP

5th mode of transport system


Proposed by Elon Musk - investor and inventor,
founded PayPal, currently the CEO & CTO of SpaceX
and CEO & Chief Product Architect of Tesla Motors.
Proposed system aims in transporting passengers from
Los Angeles to San Francisco(615 km) in just 30
minutes.
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THE CONCEPT

A Hyperloop would be an elevated, reduced-pressure


tube that contains pressurized capsules driven within
the tube by a number of linear electric motors.

This system can achieve an average speed of 598 mph


(962 km/h), and a top speed of 760 mph
(1,220 km/h).

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Fig. 1 Hyperloop conceptual diagram

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Passengers may enter and exit Hyperloop at branches


along the tube length.

Fig. 2 Hyperloop capsule


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Management & Gramothan,
Department of Mechanical Engineering

COMPONENTS OF HYPERLOOP
TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM
1. Capsule
2. Tube
3. Propulsion
4. Route
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CAPSULE
Sealed capsules travel along the interior of the tube
depart on average every 2 minutes from Los Angeles
or San Francisco.
The maximum width is 4.43 feet (1.35 m) and
maximum height is 6.11 feet (1.10 m).

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Fig. 3 Hyperloop passenger capsule subsystem


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The capsules are accelerated via a magnetic linear


accelerator affixed at various stations on the low
pressure tube with rotors contained in each capsule.

The capsules are supported via air bearings that


operate using a compressed air reservoir and
aerodynamic lift.

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HOW IS THE SPEED ACHIEVED


Hyperloop encloses the capsules in a reduce pressure
tube.
An operating pressure of 100 Pascal reduces the drag
force of the air by 1000 times relative to sea level
conditions.
equivalent to flying above 60000 feet altitude.
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