China unveils maglev train at a speed of 373 miles per hour

Revealed the firm lines of the Chinese railway state-owned (CRRC) – the largest supplier in the world for rail transport – on the model of maglev train Maglev which will move passengers at speeds up to 373 mph (600 km per hour), it was reported that the train will now test period, before it begins full production in 2021.

This allows the train to transport passengers between Beijing and Shanghai in three and a half hours, compared to the hours four and a half that it takes for the plane to make the trip, according to ding Sansan Ding Sansan, deputy chief engineer in the company CRRC.

And China has announced its intention to build a new kind of maglev train that will be the fastest in the world in 2016, so in an attempt to jump over the previous record of 267 miles per hour (431 kilometers per hour), which was recorded in flight maglev train between Shanghai airport and the city centre.

Known maglev train Maglev train that train that works by magnetic lifting the stomach, and the registration test to Magnitic levitation’s, a technique called magnetic levitation access to such high speeds by reducing friction resulting from the sectors of conventional rail.

It concerns the maglev train on the airbag, instead of wheels, the metal used in the traditional sectors, which are in direct contact with metal bars, there are a few states the problem for these sectors at the present time around the world, namely China, South Korea, and Japan.

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The high-speed rail network in the Greater China globally, with more than 12400 miles of tracks and buildings, and CRRC railway projects high speed outside of China too, including the United Kingdom, Australia, South East Asia, Mexico, Turkey, Thailand, Indonesia, and Russia.

Recall that the model of the CRRC is not the first train up to this speed, as Japan recorded in 2015 set a new record in the speed reached 375 mph (603 km / h) via a maglev train, but it will be ready for commercial use until the year 2027.

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