SpaceX Hyperloop One - Ultrasonic Train


If you think the hype this can be the future of city to city transport being tested for the very first time. It hits 70 miles an hour whisking through 500 feet of a 1600 foot long steel tube.The team "Hyperloop One" says this short but sweet firing of a sled in a tube is that the world's first successful "Hyperloop One".

Full systems test the coming-out party for the primary new mode of transportation in over 100 years.


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Now that's a bit hyperbolic they're forgetting perhaps about orbital Rockets, practical helicopters and even hoverboards. But this test within the Nevada desert is a major milestone maybe giving "Hyperloop One" the lead within the race to deliver this high-speed tubular transportation . "Hyperloop One" also used the chance to show off its prototype pod that will carry the humans or more likely just cargo at first and that will be in one day.




Propelled through enormous tube networks at speeds of up to 700 miles an hour with on the brink of zero air resistance to work against. It's mean a journey from LosAngeles to San Francisco city centers would take just 50 minutes door to door instead of half a day in a car and there would be no need to deal with the hassle of airports. Hyperloop One didn't stick its new pod in its tube yet but instead it used a magnetically levitated sled which it compares to a stripped-down race car for this first chance to show all the engineering systems working together so they've got the levitation and guidance surfaces the levitation is magnetic. The guidance have the electromagnetic propulsion which is a contactless propulsion system that propels the pod down the tube and then they have the tube which creates the vacuum environment and that is allows the pod to fly down the tube with very little drag.  




The Hyperloop is another one of Elon Musk's ideas but one that he decided he didn't have the to work on himself probably smart instead groups around the world are racing to make his concept for reality. Either loop transportation technologies is building capsules and France and needs to create a system to attach Slovakia and also the Czech Republic or even run through South Korea after a flurry of bizarre lawsuits were settled ex Hyperloop one co-founder Brogan BamBrogan started a new company a Revo and it plans to have a Hyperloop up and running in just three years and let's not forget that a bunch of talented students from around the world are competing to create Hyperloop pods and test them during a smaller scale tube at Elon Musk's SpaceX headquarters near Los Angeles. Hyperloop One will build its initial operational system in Dubai the emirate that likes to be first with anything new and glossy but it's going to just have the vision and the massive amounts of money that it's about to take get this new sort of transport up and running for real.

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When Hyperloop Will Be Visible ? 
There are certain design considerations, which include safety, comfort and construction costs that are stalling the initiation of this experimental technology between LA and San Francisco . Although it might be nice to travel from LA to San Francisco in but 45 minutes (or Las Vegas), there's great doubt about the security of this system in such a highly tectonic region. 
 Plus certain basic passenger comfort concerns haven't been taken into consideration, such having the ability to travel to the restroom and just having the ability to face up and stretch. One would assume that in a very mere 35-45 minute ride these activities shouldn't become necessary, but the human body is notoriously unpredictable.
 It is also believed that the estimated 6 billion construction costs offered in 2013 are way under what this technique will actually find yourself costing.
 There is also an opportunity the main airlines, that transit passengers between what's a highly lucrative route between LA and also the Bay area; could also be creating some political resistance to this technology.


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