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Futuristic 'HYPERLOOP' Closer to Reality

Working hard for something we dont care about is called STRESS , Working hard for something we love about is called PASSION .

Abate: become less in amount or intensityPropitiate: make peace withQuibble: evade the truth of a point by raising irrelevant objectionsGregarious: temperamentally seeking and enjoying the company of othersIconoclastic: characterized by attack on established beliefs

Futuristic 'HYPERLOOP' Closer to Reality

BY: SNEHA PAVASKAR USN:01FE15MDE022

INTRODUCTIONA futuristic transportation concept known as the "Hyperloop" underwent the first public test on May11,2016 An important milestone- pioneering system first envisioned by SpaceX and Tesla founder Elon Musk.A startup Hyperloop One (Hyperloop Technologies)-conducting a test of the Hyperloop system's electric motor in the Nevada desert, running speeds of up to 300 mph (483 km/h), the company said.

Actual Hyperloop transportation system, which was proposed by Musk in 2013. The concept would see people zoom between Los Angeles and San Francisco(559kms) in only 30 minutes, sitting inside pods that speed through low-pressure tubes at roughly 760 mph (1,220 km/h).

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The train pods racing back and forth through a huge low-pressure tube. The tube doesnt have rails; the train moves by way of a magnetic levitation system. As the train is being propelled by magnets, you only need to give it speed when it departs. So you dont need an engine. At its end station you slow down the train and the energy can then be reused, Besides, the energy would be generated by solar panels on top of the tube,As there is hardly any air inside the tube, the train encounters practically no resistance,

The Hyperloop would accelerate pods - each about 6.5 feet (2 meters) wide - through a low-pressure tube from Point A to Point B. These pods would ride not on rails or wheels but rather a cushion of air, greatly reducing the friction of the system.

The pods would be revved up to near-supersonic speeds by linear electric motors like those used by Tesla.But the ultimate source of energy for the system would be the sun.

An alternative to California's proposed $70 billion high-speed rail system, which he regards as too expensive, inefficient and slow.

A Los Angeles-San Francisco Hyperloop line could be built for about $6 billion and deliver a much better travel experience to passengers

Tickets would be much cheaper than seats aboard a train or airplane, for example, and crashes would be extremely rare. "It's not like it's going to fall out of the sky, nor can it be really derailed, as a train can. .

Facts Hyperloop One also announced that it had received $80 million in financing, from current and new investors, to develop the transportation system. In 2015, Musk signed a deal-central California landowners to build a 5-mile (8 km) test track - California Interstate 5. Needless energy is wasted on air resistance. Take away that resistance, transportation will become much more efficient and faster(to go back and forth at incredible speed, up to around 1,200 kms an hour). Transportation will also become cheaper, because less energy is used(energy as 2 ltrs of petrol or twenty per cent of the battery of a Tesla car).

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