©2004 Picture Author: Mira Leung
  Introduction   Project Summary   How it Works   Scientific Principles Pros and Cons
MagLev Pictures     Project Info     Bibliography     Credits

Introduction

Ever ridden on a train before? Or an airplane? What if someone could combine the two, making a flying train? Well someone has, and even better, this new “flying train” doesn’t need engines, is environmentally friendly, and would require less maintenance than your car. Oh yeah, and it’s way quieter than a normal train. This new invention is called a MagLev train, which stands for Magnetically Levitated train. A MagLev uses magnetism to hover above the ground, which allows it to travel way faster than a regular train.

Wanna learn how MagLevs work? Just follow the arrows or use the links!


To Project Summary
Next

[ Introduction | Summary | How it works | Scientific Principles | Pros and Cons | MagLev Pictures | Project Information | Bibliography | Credits ]
 
Return to Virtual Science Fair home page