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India First High speed train

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India BULLET TRAIN
The magnetized coil running along the track

The magnetized coil running along
the track, called a guide way,
allowing the train to, allowing the
train to levitate levitate between
0.39between 0.39and 3.93 inches
above the guide way. Once the train
is and 3.93 inches above the guide
way
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India Bullet Train
PROPOSED ROUTE FOR BULLET TRAIN
India DreaM Plan Bullet Train
DIAMOND QUADRILATERAL
 Project of the Indian railways to establish high speed rail network
in India.

 Connect the four metro cities:
Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata.

 Track Gauge :1676 mm

 Speed :250-350 km/hr

 Length : 6500-7000 km
FIRST BULLET TRAIN PROJECT
According to Forbes India, the costs for
constructing such rail lines in India are estimated to
be Rs 70-100 crores perk.

Therefore the Mumbai-Ahmedabad route of
500km, will cost Rs 37,000 crores to build.

With the cost of land acquisition etc, the price will
go up to about Rs 60,000 crores.
COACH VIEW Bullet Train Rolling Stock
Train Control Systems
MALGEV VECHILE(Rolling Stock)
TRAIN OPERATION CONTROL
TECHNOLOGY
 MAGLAV is the principle used in working of modern high speed train

 MAGLAV-derived from MAGnet and LEVitation

 Magnetic levitation transport is a form of transportation that
suspend guides and propels vehicles through the harnessing of
electromagnetic force
The Bullet Train Track

Type of Magnet Uses
This train uses superconducting electric magnets in the vehicle to
levitate and propel the train. These magnets are cooled by liquid
helium or liquid nitrogen. This means that once electrified these
magnets do not require additional energy.
ELECTRODYNAMIC SUSPENSION

In Electrodynamic suspension, both the rail and the train
exert a magnetic field, and the train is levitated by the
repulsive force between these magnetic fields
The magnetic field in the train is produced by either
electromagnets or by an array of permanent magnets.
The repulsive force in the track is created by an induced
magnetic field in wires or other conducting strips in the
track.
Two types of bullet train Technologies
• Electromagnetic suspension (EMS)
• Electrodynamic suspension (EDS)
Electrodynamic suspension (EDS)

In electrodynamic suspension (EDS), both the rail
and the train exert a magnetic field
Electromagnetic suspension (EMS)

In current electromagnetic suspension (EMS) systems,
the rail is situated between the upper and lower edges
and use electromagnets to levitate the train
MAGLEV TECHNOLOGY

There are two primary types of maglev technology:
1. Electromagnetic suspension (EMS)
2. Electrodynamic suspension (EDS)
WORKING OF MAGLAV
A maglev train floats about 10mm above the guideway
on a magnetic field.

It is propelled by the guide way itself rather than an
onboard engine by changing magnetic fields

Once the train is pulled into the next section the
magnetism switches so that the train is pulled on again.

The Electro-magnets run the length of the guide way.
MALGEV VECHILE(Rolling Stock)
MaGLEV Principal/TECHNOLOGY
MAGLEV TECHNOLOGY
MAGLEV TECHNOLOGY EMS
MAGLEV TECHNOLOGY EDL
MAGLEV TECHNOLOGY COMPARISON
MALGEV EMS &EDS CoMPARISON
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