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  • How Elon Musks 700 MPH Hyperloop Concept Could Become The Fastest Way To Travel

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    Countries in Europe and Asia are filled with high-speed bullet trains, bringing passengers from Paris to London or Tokyo to Kyoto within 2.5 hours. But hyperloops could bring passengers from Los Angeles to San Francisco in 45 minutes. Elon Musk introduced the concept of the hyperloop in 2013, but the US still doesn't have one. So what's the holdup? It all comes down to technology, money, and construction. Virgin Hyperloop is on its way to developing the first hyperloop, testing a 107-mph run in November using maglev technology.

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  • Hyperloop Explained

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  • How Hyperloop Works? Faster Than Aeroplane????????????

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    Namaskaar Dosto, is video mein maine aapse Hyperloop ke baare mein baat ki hai, Hyperloop kaise kaam karta hai aur kaise achieve karta hai 760mph ki top speed. Elon Musk ne first time Hyperloop ka concept shuru kiya tha jo abhi open source hai aur bahut saari universities aur research centers mein aur improvements kar rahe hai Hyperloop ke concept ko. Hyperloop Aeroplane se bhi tez hai aur future transportation hai. Hyperloop India mein bhi shuru ho sakti hai Mumbai se Pune aur sayad kuch proposed routes pe. Mujhe umeed hai ki aapko Hyperloop ke baare mein yeh video pasand aayegi.


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  • Hyperloop Explained - What is hyperloop Tecnology & is it Revolution Or Scam explained in हिंदी

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    hey guys
    in this video we are going to talk about the hyperloop Transportation and hyperloop train's technology.

    since 2012 when billionaire Elon Musk suggested this idea many companies are working to develop first hyperloop train.

    in which Virgin Hyperloop has became the first company to do the first passenger hyperloop testing.

    many other companies like hyperloop Transportation tecnologies and others working hard to make this concept reality so that future of humans and transportation could revolutionized.

    many countries like India UAE USA and others planning to establish first hyperloop transportation system.

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  • Inside Virgin Hyperloop: Airplane speeds in a levitating pod

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    Virgin Hyperloop wants to revolutionize travel, with airless tubes and high-tech floating pods. Out in the Nevada desert, CNET's Claire Reilly gets a glimpse of exactly what that future could look like.

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  • Virgin Hyperloop, explained: Levitation, power and propulsion

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  • Virgin Hyperloop - First Passenger Test

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    Virgin Hyperloop conducted its first passenger test at the company’s 500 meter DevLoop test site in Las Vegas, on 8 November 2020. On the Virgin Hyperloop pod, the first passengers were Josh Giegel (Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer) and Sara Luchian (Director of Passenger Experience). For the first passenger test, the top speed reached was 48 m/s (172.8 km/h, 107.3 miles/h).
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  • Virgin Hyperloop explains how passenger pods will travel at 670mph using levitation engines

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    Virgin Hyperloop explains how passenger pods will travel at 670mph using 'levitation engines' that are ten times more efficient than fastest maglev trains

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  • Virgin Hyperloop releases new video of 670 mph passenger pods

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    Virgin Hyperloop has released a new concept video showing its plans for a transportation system it says will allow passengers to travel in a pod in a near-vacuum tube, reaching speeds of up to 670 mph.

  • Virgin Hyperloop shows off the future: mass transport in floating magnetic pods

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    In the desert just north of Las Vegas, a long white metal tube sits at the base of the mountains, promising to one day revolutionize travel. That is where Virgin Hyperloop, whose partners include Richard Branson's Virgin Group, is developing the technology for passenger pods that will hurtle at speeds of up to 750 miles an hour through almost air-free vacuum tunnels using magnetic levitation.

  • HYPERLOOP Is Closer Than You Think!

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    The year is 2030. You're in a sleek pod-like capsule that's levitating inside a low pressure steel tube and traveling at speeds of over 600 miles per hour across the country. This is Hyperloop, the futuristic transportation system proposed by controversial US entrepreneur Elon Musk, which is based on 100-year-old principles that have been updated for the twenty-first century. Advocates claim the technology is more environmentally friendly than aeroplanes and substantially faster than high-speed trains. But is Hyperloop a feasible future mode of transportation, and can the challenges involved in making it a reality be overcome? In other words, would we ever be able to ride in one of these high-tech vehicles?

    In today’s video we will be taking a deep dive into what Hyperloop is and if we can still expect it.

    Say hello to the future of high speed transportation. It’s three and a half times quicker than the Shinkansen bullet trains in Japan, and even faster than a Boeing 747. It's a Hyperloop, magnetic pods levitating inside a tube at speeds of above 62 miles per hour. In principle, you could go from San Francisco to Los Angeles in 45 minutes for less than 100 dollars one way. With a successful human test trip in november 2020, we could be less than ten years away from seeing it in action.

    Vacuum tube transit systems have been around for a surprising amount of time as a concept for quick transportation. Isambard Kingdom Brunel, a British engineer and the Elon Musk of his time, suggested building a tube in southwest England in 1845 that would move trains at a dizzying 70 miles per hour. Brunel's plan was abandoned after the project became impracticable due to a shortage of materials that could support it.

    Despite Brunel's efforts, it took more than a century for SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk to turn the world’s attention back to tubular transit technology. The concept of the Hyperloop became widely popular in 2013, thanks to Elon Musk’s 58 page Hyperloop alpha paper which set out how a modern system would work and how much it would cost. He argued that his Hyperloop could be faster, safer, more affordable, and less disruptive to people living along the route. Musk said that the service could be the answer to travel between cities less than about 900 miles or 1500 km apart.

    But how does the whole concert of a train in a tube work? Well, at its core, the Hyperloop technology is all about removing the two things that slow down regular vehicles, air resistance and friction. To do away with the latter, the pod must hover above its track, turning Hyperloop into a magnetic levitation, or maglev train.

    Maglev is basically what allows a Hyperloop to go incredibly fast. To put it in the simplest terms, maglev trains have two sets of magnets. One set to move the floating train ahead, and another to repel and push the train up off the track, taking advantage of the lack of friction. The lack of friction between the passenger carrying pods and the tube shaped track is basically what allows the Hyperloop to travel super fast.

    One of the most energy intensive aspects of high speed transport is overcoming air resistance. Airliners go to higher altitudes in order to pass through less dense air. To achieve a similar effect at ground level, Hyperloop encloses the capsules in a reduced pressure tube, effectively allowing the trains to move at plane speeds while staying on the ground.

    So now that we're all caught up to speed about what the Hyperloop system is, let's take a look to see where Musk’s project stands at the moment.

    Despite doing much to lay the foundation for the Hyperloop system, Musk initially said he was too busy to develop his own service.

    There are now a number of companies working to turn the idea into reality, including startups and others who have been working on the idea for some time already. Among them are TransPod, Arrivo, HTT and Virgin Hyperloop One. Each is working on a somewhat different set of technologies, but the overall concept is the same.

    Virgin Hyperloop was founded in 2014 with the goal of bringing Musk's vision of a futuristic transportation system a reality. The company has made significant technical changes to Musk's first design and has chosen not to pursue the Los Angeles to San Francisco route the billionaire envisioned. But, not all of Musk’s ideas were scrapped. Virgin still wants to keep the futuristic vehicle environmentally friendly, with vegan leather seats and some of the pod materials made from recycled content.

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  • Inside The Virgin Hyperloop | Hyperloop one | future transport

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    Virgin Hyperloop promises a future with transport pods zooming through tubes at hundreds of miles per hour. To get there, it's built a prototype in a Nevada desert.
    Virgin Hyperloop's Devloop prototype stretches across more than 500 yards in a Nevada desert.
    The futuristic Richard Branson-backed venture wants to sling you around at jet plane speeds inside magnetic pods.
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  • Watch Virgin explain Hyperloop system!

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    See this Virgin Hyperloop produced explainer about what the technology is, and how it’s different from other forms of transportation including never before seen footage.

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  • Virgin Hyperloop completes first passenger ride

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    Richard Branson's Virgin Hyperloop completed the world's first passenger ride on a super high-speed levitating pod system. The company hopes this will change human and cargo transportation. The company says it s working toward safety certification by 2025 and commercial operations by 2030.
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  • virgin hyperloop explains how its 670mph/1,070kph pods work

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    virgin hyperloop has released a video explaining how its pods will connect cities at 670 miles per hour. the company, which has already performed passenger tests, uses electric propulsion and electromagnetic levitation under near-vacuum conditions, realizing a fundamentally new form of transportation that is faster, safer, cheaper, and more sustainable than existing modes.

    ‘the key to our product is guiding by a design that is elegant through its simplicity, future-proof due to its modularity, and guided by the principles of this century, not the last,’ says the video.
    part of richard branson’s virgin empire, virgin hyperloop is committed to create a new way of transportation capable of equaling the speed of air travel and to expand travel opportunities for the masses. while ticket prices will vary depending on the exact route, a recent study has found that hyperloop fares would be more akin to the cost of driving, rather than flying.


  • Inside Virgins $13 Billion Dollar Hyperloop

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    Are you ready to ride the world’s first hyperloop? Often talked about by futuristic minds like Elon Musk, this new mode of transportation is about to become a reality. Project Pegasus is an ambitious transport system by Virgin and it just completed its first successful test run with real passengers in November of 2020. The commercial model will be even more impressive. Meant to fit 28 passengers, it’ll take you across the country in almost half as much time as an airplane. With the ability to reach speeds of up to 1,000 km/hr, the Hyperloop is outdoing itself by also offering world-class luxury cabins with everything from wireless charging stations to huge, comfortable passenger seats.

    The passenger pods can travel through tunnels half the size of traditional rails, plus it can handle inclines of up to 10% like it’s easy, offering travelers incredibly smooth trips. They’re also direct-to-destination, so you won’t have to deal with a bunch of unnecessary stops. While super expensive-- a 107-mile loop around the Bay Area is expected to cost up to $13 billion-- these hyperloops can be made at almost half the cost of high-speed rail. They’re also going to help create new work opportunities with commuting becoming more efficient than ever. A proposed route in India is expected to provide $36 billion in socio-economic benefits by turning a 4 hour transportation route into a 25 minute trip. So, all aboard, because we’re about to take you on the world’s first hyperloop journey.

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  • HYPERLOOP EXPLAINED | VIRGIN HYPERLOOP | FASTEST TRANSPORTATION | OUT OF BOX

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    The hyperloop is a train-like transportation design that can achieve breakthrough speeds. Hyperloop technology is still in development. With projected speeds of up to 750 miles per hour, it would be two to three times faster than bullet trains. Riders could travel from San Francisco to Los Angeles in 30 minutes.

    Hyperloop Design:

    Enclosed chambers can carry travelers or freight.
    Low-pressure tubes reduce aerodynamic drag.
    Magnetic levitation (maglev) keeps each pod hovering above the track while it's in transit.
    Electric propulsion moves each pod through the tube.

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  • Watch people travel in Virgin Hyperloop for the first time

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    Virgin Hyperloop completed the first test of its high-speed transportation technology with humans on board. The company's hyperloop pod traveled 500 meters and reached speeds of 100mph.

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  • EVOLUTION OF TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM| HYPERLOOP SPEED 1200 KM/H | SUCCESSFUL TRIAL | ELON MUSK IDEA |

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    Hyperloop consist of a long vacuum tube which contain small compartments similar to capsules .
    These small capsules are known as pods and vacuum tubes known as loop.Because the transportation is done inside these tubes so this technology is known as hyperloop. it is a technology which eliminates two major problems of friction and air resistance unlike in regular vehicles which slow down the speed of a vehicle .
    To travel from one place to another place long vacuum tubes are set in which small individual pods travels
    The hyperloop uses two main technologies
    Magnetic levitation
    Air Force
    It simply works on similar principle of maglev train like in Japan, china South Korea
    to understand it more deeply it have an electric motor divided into two basic components the rotor which rotates and stator which remains stationary, the stator is made up of electromagnets and when current is passed through this rotor is magnetically attract and repell to spin the rotor unlike a regular motor but in hyperloop the motor isn’t circular it is linear and the rotor is fixed on the pod which is propelled magnetically as it moves over the stator
    The hyperloop uses very unique and innovative technology magnetic levitation and electric propulsion to guide and levitate the pod off the track and vaccum pumps are used to create the vacuum inside tube but the air is partially removed because compressed air is used to propel and lift the pod so in complete vacuum compressor fans will not work so the air is partially removed. These reduces air resistance and drag so only the smallest electricity is required to achieve supersonic speed.

    This system is saving energy based on solar energy.
    It is ecofriendly and doesn’t produce any noise or pollution.
    Apparently it looks as being an expensive technology but its ticket will be cheaper and faster than the bullet train.

    •It can cover longest distance in shortest time,
    • it is safe even during an earthquake or bad weather conditions .
    •Elon musk said that it is faster than trains and plains, safer than car environment ,friendly than aircrafts.

    As we know the advantages of this technology ,we should also be aware of the disadvantages .
    •Its initial investment is very high .
    •Lots of trees might cut down for implementing this technology.
    • It can be harmful for our environment,
    •It can’t be used for short distances ,
    •You can feel dizziness by travelling at the speed of 1200kmph for the first time.

    Let’s know who introduced us about this technology .
    In reality this technology is about 200 years old.
    In 1979 George medhurst got patent right of an air propulsion tube as a new transportation system. And after that many years in 2013 CEO of Tesla motors and space ELON MUSK conceived the idea of hyperloop, this idea of hyper loop is an open source technology.
    It means Elon musk shared the idea of hyperloop with everyone to make it progressive make it happen as soon as possible, and many companies like virgin hyperloop and AECOM , HTT are building this technology.
    What is amazing about this thing is that recently one sucessful trial has been done with human passangers inside in USA

  • First passengers successfully travel in 100mph hyperloop pod

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    The first passengers have travelled successfully aboard a hyperloop – exceeding 100mph inside a magnetic-levitation pod enclosed in a near-vacuum tube.

    Josh Giegel, the chief technology officer and co-founder, and Sara Luchian, director of passenger experience, travelled just one-third of a mile at the Virgin Hyperloop One test track, known as DevLoop, in the Nevada desert just north of Las Vegas.

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  • Inside Dubai’s $22 Billion Dollar Hyperloop

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    One of Elon Musk's dreams was to build a hyperloop train and Dubai is spending $22 Billion to make this dream come true! It's an engineering marvel, at hyper speeds and using only green energy!

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    It travels 200 miles per hour Faster than a Boeing 747, and three times quicker than a Bugatti Veyron. Ladies and gentlemen, allow us to introduce you to the Hyperloop. When complete, this ultra-futuristic piece of technology will cut travel time between Dubai and Abu Dhabi to 12 minutes.

    The Hyperloop is about to redefine the way we transit between cities. Our commuter world is about to be revolutionised, so strap yourselves in as we give you the entire low-down.


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  • Virgin Hyperloop shows off transport concept of floating magnetic pods

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    The future of transport? Inside Virgin Hyperloop where passengers will travel at 750mph aboard levitating magnetic pods 'by 2027'

    Virgin Hyperloop co-founder gives a tour of the firm's test facility near Las Vegas
    It's one of several companies working on the ambitious high-speed travel project
    Virgin Hyperloop completed a successful test run with two employees last year

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  • Watch:Worlds First Humans on Hyperloop Pod. Virgin Hyperloop Pod

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    Hyperloop pod carries two humans through a tube at over 160 kmph for the first time ever
    • Virgin Hyperloop by becoming the first company to successfully transport humans in a magnetically levitating pod, through a tube at over 160 kilometers per hour.
    • The test took place at Virgin Hyperloop’s DevLoop test track in the Nevada desert.
    • The first two passengers were the compay’s CTO, Josh Geigel, and Director of Passenger Experience Sara Luchian.

    Humans on the hyperloopThe test took place at Virgin Hyperloop’s DevLoop test track in the Nevada desert. It’s 500 meters long and 3.3 meters in diameter. Before Geigel and Luchian’s trip, the company claims it conducted over 400 tests on the track before even considering putting humans in the tube.
    “If it’s not safe enough for me, it’s not safe enough for anyone,” said Geigel.
    Making history, both of them strapped themselves into the hyperloop pod, the pod was lowered onto the tracks, which then accelerated to 160 kmph and came to halt within the span of 15 seconds.
    “It’ll be a bit short. We’ll get up to probably about 100 miles an hour, a little over, and we’ll accelerate, decelerate, and it’ll be smooth. We’re not astronauts, we’re just there — we’re sitting in it, Geigel explained ahead of the test.
    However, this the hyperloop is meant to go even faster. The fastest record that the company has set till date, for trials that didn't involve humans, was 386 kmph.

  • Hyperloops First Passenger Try | High-speed Virgin Hyperloop Vacuum Pods | Paki Talki

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    Virgin Hyperloop has trialled its first-ever journey with human passengers at more than 100mph in the Nevada desert.

    Richard Branson's new technology, considered to be the future of high-speed ground transport, carries people in pods which travel through vacuum tubes.

    The two passengers - Virgin Hyperloop executives Josh Giegel and Sara Luchian - reached speeds of up to 107mph (172kph) at the company's DevLoop test site in Las Vegas on Sunday.

    In a hyperloop system, which uses magnetic levitation to allow near-silent travel, a trip between New York and Washington would take just 30 minutes. That would be twice as fast as a commercial jet flight and four times faster than a high-speed train.
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  • Hyperloop One plans full test within three months in Las Vegas

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    Hyperloop One announced last week that it plans to execute a full test within the next three months at Apex Industrial Park in Las Vegas, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

    The test run will cover 500 linear meters, said Nick Earle, the company’s senior vice president of global field operations.

    “It will levitate, catch the right speed and slow down,” Earle said. “Then what we’ll do, is over the next few months extend that into a few kilometers,” he said.

    In May 2016, the company successfully tested its levitating electromagnetic motor on an open air sled, reaching speeds of 116 mph, according to Wired.

    Earle also told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that the company is planning to have a full Hyperloop system ready to transport freight by 2020.

    The hyperloop is based on the idea by Elon Musk of levitating pods that would travel in near-vacuum tubes at speeds of over 700 mph, powered by an electric propulsion system, according to Wired.

    According to Musk’s calculations, a hyperloop trip from San Francisco to Los Angeles would take only 36 minutes, Wired reported.

    RUNDOWN SHOWS:
    1. Hyperloop pod forming on a track and traveling down hyperloop tube
    2. The length of the Hyperloop One test run will be 500 meters long
    3. Hyperloop One performing a test of its levitating electromagnetic motor on an open air sled
    4. The open air sled reaching a speed of 116 mph
    5. Hyperloop One transporting freight in a cargo pod
    6. Hyperloop pods traveling through a city
    7. Hyperloop pod traveling through a tube
    8. A hyperloop trip from San Francisco to Los Angeles would take under 40 minutes

    VOICEOVER (in English):

    “Hyperloop One announced last week that it plans to execute a full test within the next three months at Apex Industrial Park in Las Vegas.”

    “According to a company spokesman the test run will cover 500 linear meters.”

    “In May 2016, the company successfully tested its levitating electromagnetic motor on an open air sled, reaching speeds of 116 mph.”

    “The company said it is planning to have a full Hyperloop system ready to transport freight by 2020.”

    “The hyperloop is based on the idea by Elon Musk of levitating pods powered by an electric propulsion system that would travel in near-vacuum tubes at speeds of over 700 mph.”

    “According to Musk’s calculations, a hyperloop trip from San Francisco to Los Angeles could be made in under 40 minutes.”

    SOURCES: Las Vegas Journal-Review, Wired, Digital Trends, Hyperloop One






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  • First passengers try high-speed Virgin Hyperloop vacuum pods

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    Virgin Hyperloop has trialled its first-ever journey with human passengers at more than 100mph in the Nevada desert.

    Richard Branson's new technology, considered to be the future of high-speed ground transport, carries people in pods which travel through vacuum tubes.

    The two passengers - Virgin Hyperloop executives Josh Giegel and Sara Luchian - reached speeds of up to 107mph (172kph) at the company's DevLoop test site in Las Vegas on Sunday.

    In a hyperloop system, which uses magnetic levitation to allow near-silent travel, a trip between New York and Washington would take just 30 minutes. That would be twice as fast as a commercial jet flight and four times faster than a high-speed train.

    Virgin Hyperloop has previously run over 400 tests without human passengers at the Nevada site. The company is working toward safety certification by 2025 and commercial operations by 2030, it has said.

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  • Hyperloop: Transportation of the Future

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    Hello World.
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    Today I'm going to talk about Hyperloop: Transportation of the Future.

    Hyperloop is a new form of ground transport currently in development by several companies, It could see passengers traveling at over 700 miles an hour in a floating pod which races along inside giant low-pressure tubes, either above or below ground.

    There are two big differences between Hyperloop and traditional rail. Firstly, the pods carrying passengers travel through tubes or tunnels from which most of the air has been removed to reduce friction. This should allow the pods to travel at up to 750 miles per hour.
    Secondly, rather than using wheels like a train or car, the pods are designed to float on air skis, using the same basic idea as an air hockey table, or use magnetic levitation to reduce friction.

    Supporters argue that Hyperloop could be cheaper and faster than train or car travel, and cheaper and less polluting than air travel. They claim that it's also quicker and cheaper to build than traditional high-speed rail. Hyperloop could, therefore, be used to take the pressure off gridlocked roads, making travel between cities easier, and potentially unlocking major economic benefits as a result.

    Several different companies are working to turn the idea into a functioning commercial system.
    Hyperloop technology is still in development even though the basic concept has been around for many years. At the moment, the earliest any Hyperloop is likely to be up and running is 2020 but most services are expected to be later, as trials of the technology are still in their early stages.

    It's still not clear where Hyperloops will be established but many companies have sketched out routes in the U.S., U.A.E., India, Europe, and elsewhere.

    The basic idea of Hyperloop as envisioned by Elon Musk is that the passenger pods or capsules travel through a tube, either above or below ground. To reduce friction, most -- but not all -- of the air is removed from the tubes by pumps.
    Overcoming air resistance is one of the biggest uses of energy in high-speed travel. Airliners climb to high altitudes to travel through less dense air; in order to create a similar effect at ground level, Hyperloop encloses the capsules in a reduced-pressure tube, effectively allowing the trains to travel at airplane speeds while still on the ground.

    The pods will get their velocity from an external linear electric motor -- effectively a round induction motor rolled flat. Under Musk's model, the Hyperloop would be powered by solar panels placed on the top of the tube which would allow the system to generate more energy than it needs to run.

    Supporters argue that Hyperloop is significantly better than high-speed rail. It is lower cost and more energy efficient because, among other things, the track doesn't need to provide power to the pods continuously and, because the pods can leave every 30 seconds, it's more like an on-demand service. It's also potentially two or three times faster than even high-speed rail and ten times the speed of regular rail services.

    Critics of Hyperloop have warned that traveling in the tube might be an uncomfortable experience, due to nausea-inducing acceleration, plus lateral G-force on bends in the route. However, Virgin Hyperloop One says that a journey via Hyperloop will feel about the same as riding in an elevator or a passenger plane.

    Musk's LA to San Francisco version offered tickets at just twenty dollars but Virgin Hyperloop One is vaguer on its plans: Difficult to say as it will depend greatly on the route, but the goal is to make it affordable for everyone, it said, while Hyperloop Transportation Technologies said it expects a profitable system with low ticket price projections.

    The companies building Hyperloop services argue that they are significantly cheaper to build than high-speed rail services. Musk's Hyperloop Alpha paper claimed his LA to San Francisco route could be built for one-tenth of the price of a high-speed rail alternative. Other companies have said their services could be one-third to half the price of rail services and much faster. Being cheaper to build should mean these services can become profitable quickly.

    Despite doing much to lay the groundwork for Hyperloop services, Musk initially said he was too busy to develop his own service. There are now a number of companies working to turn the idea into reality, including startups and others that have been working on the idea for some time already. Among them are Virgin Hyperloop One, HTT, TransPod, Arrivo, and others. Each is developing a slightly different set of technologies, but the fundamental underlying idea remains the same.

  • Can Virgin Hyperloop transform the U S mass transit system

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    The Hyperloop.
    Hyperloop is a new form of ground transport currently in development by many companies. It could see passengers traveling at over 700 miles an hour in a floating pod, that races along inside giant low-pressure tubes, either above or below ground.
    There are two big differences between Hyperloop and traditional rail. Firstly, the pods carrying passengers travel through tubes or tunnels from which most of the air has been removed to reduce friction. This should allow the pods to travel at up to 750 miles per hour.
    .
    Supporters argue that Hyperloop could be cheaper and faster than train or car travel, and less polluting than air travel. They claim that it's also quicker and cheaper to build than traditional high-speed rail. Hyperloop could therefore be used to take the pressure off gridlocked roads, making travel between cities easier, and potentially unlocking major economic benefits as a result.

    The basic idea of Hyperloop as envisioned by Musk is that the passenger pods or capsules travel through a tube, either above or below ground. To reduce friction, most, but not all of the air is removed from the tubes by pumps.

    The Hyperloop capsules in Musk's model float above the tube's surface on a set of 28 air-bearing skis, similar to the way that the puck floats just above the table on an air hockey game. One major difference is that it is the pod, not the track, that generates the air cushion to keep the tube as simple and cheap as possible. Other versions of Hyperloop use magnetic levitation rather than air skis to keep the passenger pods above the tracks.

    The pods will get their velocity from an external linear electric motor, effectively a round induction motor (like the one in the Tesla Model S) rolled flat. Under Musk's model, the Hyperloop would be powered by solar panels placed on the top of the tube which would allow the system to generate more energy than it needs to run.

    Critics of Hyperloop have warned that traveling in the tube might be an uncomfortable experience, due to nausea-inducing acceleration, plus lateral G-force on bends in the route. However, it was revealed that a journey via Hyperloop will feel about the same as riding in an elevator or a passenger plane.
    Traveling in a concrete pipe in a windowless pod means there isn't going to be much to look at; Musk's original vision said that beautiful landscape will be displayed in the cabin and each passenger will have to access their entertainment system.

    What do you think of the Hyperloop? Would you want to be a passenger on the Hyperloop?
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  • Engineering at the Speed of Light, from Cold Atoms to the Hyperloop | Anita Sengupta | TEDxLiverpool

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    In her talk Anita talks about the uniqueness of the hyper loop technology, the challenges for implementation and the benefits for improving the world.

    Follow Anita on @Doctor_Astro Dr Anita Sengupta is Senior Vice President of Engineering Systems at Virgin Hyperloop One, a Los Angeles based tech company that has built the worlds first and only operational hyperloop in Las Vegas. As the company gears up for production-level design, she is leading the team through the next phase of certification and global project implementation.

    Dr Sengupta is an aerospace engineer and veteran of the space program, where she worked for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory for over 15 years. Her NASA engineering projects included her PhD research on developing the ion propulsion system for the Dawn Mission (currently in the main asteroid belt), the supersonic parachute that landed the Curiosity rover on Mars, and the Cold Atom Laboratory an atomic physics facility for the International Space Station. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

  • What is the difference between the maglev and hyperloop? | हाइपरलूप और मैग्लेव ट्रेन में अंतर

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    Hyperloop is a sealed tube or system of tubes with low air pressure through which a pod may travel substantially free of air resistance or friction. In 2013, Tesla and Space CEO Elon Musk revealed plans for an alpha version of the much-anticipated Hyperloop. The innovative transportation system would move passengers from Los Angeles to San Francisco in less than 30 minutes. According to the plans, the Hyperloop would transport passengers in aluminum pods traveling up to 800mph, mostly following the route of California's I-5. The estimated cost would be a skin-stretching 6 billion dollars for the passenger-only model, or 7.5 billion dollars for a larger model capable of transporting cars. The Hyperloop could convey people or objects at an airline or hypersonic speeds while being very energy efficient. This would drastically reduce travel times versus trains as well as planes over distances of under approximately 1,500 kilometers or 930 miles.
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  • Huawei Builds New Hyperloop. Elon Musk Shocked!

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    Traveling America by train is already faster than by plane right now, and China is testing a “Supreme” version of its popular high-speed trains, set for a 2020 debut.
    High-speed rail is finally becoming a reality in America.
    Well, it's getting closer to becoming a reality, as California has begun constructing a line that will connect San Diego, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.
    Until the project is complete, American rail travelers will have to settle for Acela trains, which hit 150 mph.
    While impressive compared to highway speeds, that's nothing next to what real high speed rail can do. Among the fastest in the world, these trains regularly top 250 mph and even crack the 600 mph mark.

  • How The Hyperloop One Will Revolutionize Transportation

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    Established in 2014, and undergoing a rebranding in 2017, Virgin Hyperloop One aims to revolutionise the way we think of transport. The concept is actually built on the dreams of Massachusetts-born physicist, engineer and inventor Robert Goddard from way back in 1910, but since then we haven’t seen anything quite like it. The race is on with various companies competing to be the first to offer Hyperloop travel, and Virgin may just be the one.

    But what exactly is it? The concept is based on a futuristic-sounding levitating pod which travels through hundreds of miles of tunnels and tubes, linking cities in minutes, at speeds of up to 760 mph. This low turbulence and entirely autonomous service is designed to be quiet, direct and on-demand. It is a fusion of the three most efficient ways of travelling, combining the directness of a train, the speed of a plane, and the comfort and privacy of your own car, although we are likely to see larger pods with room for up to 28. For many, it seems a far cry from reality - the type of concept that would appear in late 1900s films alongside floating cars and robots. For Virgin Hyperloop One, it is a not-too-distant reality.

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    Seven years after Elon Musk first challenged innovators to develop a functioning hyperloop system, Richard Branson-backed Virgin Hyperloop and Hyperloop TT are in a race to bring the high-speed transportation technology into the real world.

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  • Virgin Hyperloop Hits An Important Milestone The First Human Passenger Test | #virginhyperloop

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    Virgin Hyperloop announced that for the first time it has conducted a test of its ultra-fast transportation system with human passengers.

    The test took place on Sunday afternoon at the company’s DevLoop test track in the desert outside Las Vegas, Nevada.

    After strapping into their seats in the company’s gleaming white and red hyperloop pod, dubbed Pegasus, they were transferred into an airlock as the air inside the enclosed vacuum tube was removed.

    It’s an important achievement for Virgin Hyperloop, which was founded in 2014 on the premise of making Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk’s vision of a futuristic transportation system of magnetically levitating pods traveling through nearly airless tubes at speeds of up to 760 mph (1,223 km/h) a reality.

    The DevLoop test track is 500 meters long and 3.3 meters in diameter.

    The track is located about 30 minutes from Las Vegas, out in the kind of desert that hyperloop pods could one day traverse in minutes.

    The company says it has conducted over 400 tests on that track, but never before with human passengers — until today.

    No one has done anything close to what we’re talking about right now — Jay Walder

    It represents a scaled-down version of what Virgin Hyperloop hopes will eventually be a full-sized pod capable of carrying up to 23 passengers.

  • Virgin Hyperloop likely to launch in India soon

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    High-speed mass transport system from Virgin Hyperloop is more likely to launch in India first, ahead of countries like UAE. The company which holds a majority stake in Virgin Hyperloop said this during the Dubai Expo 2022.

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  • Virgin Hyperloop Unveils Passenger Experience Vision

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    Virgin Hyperloop today unveiled its vision for the future hyperloop experience. The newly-released concept video takes the viewer step-by-step through a hyperloop journey, from arriving at the portal to boarding the pod.

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  • Billionaire Elon Musk unveils the Hyperloop: a futuristic high speed transport technology

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    Billionaire philanthropist Elon Musk has unveiled details of a new high-speed transport system that could put planes and trains out of business.

    According to reports, the new technology, called Hyperloop, would consist of a tube with Concorde-like seating inside able to send passengers at 800 miles an hour on a cushion of compressed air.

    The tubes would be launched by a rail gun type launcher. The tube would shoot through an elevated structure with pods mounted above the ground on columns 50 to 100 yards (45 to 91 metres) apart or through an underground tunnel, using a maglev like system, like the floating force of an air hockey table.

    It would cost $6 billion with people-only pods with as many as 28 passengers, or $10 billion for the larger pods capable of holding people and cars.

    The tubes would be at least three times faster than a bullet train and twice as fast as an airplane.

    Powered by solar technology, the transport would also be cheaper than conventional methods.

    The 'Hyperloop', designed to link cities less than 1,000 miles apart, could cover the distance between Los Angeles and San Francisco in 30 minutes.

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    A planned high-speed rail link for California, scheduled for 2029, is expected to cost $68 billion.

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    Reaching Pune from Mumbai faster than a bullet train may sound strange and impossible. Covering a distance of about 120 km in high-speed train, that too in just 23 minutes. It will become a reality once the Mumbai-Pune Hyperloop project becomes operational.

    The Maharashtra government on Tuesday accorded the infrastructure status to the Mumbai-Pune ultra-fast hyperloop transport project that seeks to reduce the travel time between the two cities to just 23 minutes,

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    There is so much hype around the new mode of transport which is the Hyperloop and it is backed by some of the most trusted names in the industry among which few names stand out like Elon Musk and Richard Branson. In this video, we are going to look at what exactly this Hyperloop system is and how it works, and most importantly will it going to change/affect our existing transport infrastructure or not.

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