What if tomorrow arrives Today? Hyperloop is real. The best and the brightest Engineers built a new form of transportation “Hyperloop Levitation.”
The Hyperloop is a high-speed transport brought into reality by entrepreneur Elon Musk. The concept made to the public in August 2013, the outline draws a design includes a notional route runs from Los Angeles to San Francisco paralleling Interstate 5.
Finally, on this Monday Hyperloop Transportation Technology announced its magnetic levitation technology which promises to shuttle public and goods in a vacuum tube speeding at 750 mph.
The Hyperloop team says the fastest magnetic levitation takes you from Los Angeles to San Francisco just in 30 minutes i.e. (a typical journey of six hours). The announcement arrives just one day away, but today at 5 pm, some big announcement will start tweeting live on Hyperloop Tech
On its official website, you can feature the photos and videos of how it makes, how it performs for both Human and Cargo.
Recently, another player in the space is SkyTran, located at just south of San Francisco (NASA Research Park). The company unveils a technology showcasing how two and four person vehicle will work aiming to build a 30 mile track in Lagos, Nigeria. The company has raised $30 million and operated partnering NASA.
Who are at the backstage of Hyperloop?
The Hyperloop proposed by Elon Musk, the creator of Tesla Motors, Pay Pal and Space X. Elon said the Hyperloop might be an alternative to the costly California Rocket Speed Rail. This High-Speed Rail is Expensive and Slow.
Hyperloop is safer, cheaper, lower cost, more convenient, immune to power, self-resistant to earthquakes, and not disruptive to those along the route. The cost proposed to High-Speed Rail is $68 Billion whereas for Hyperloop is $7.5, Million.
HTT is a passive magnetic levitation system originally developed by Dr. Richard Post at Lawrence Livermore National Labs.
The high-speed public transport Hyperloop, Vacuum tube with no air resistance, that the magnet helps to move the capsule every 100 km of passengers 28 (2*14). The capsule container supported by the pillar at an average spacing of 30m will be roughly 25, 000 supports. The cost for support construction and pipe joints are $2.55 billion USD for version passenger tube and $3.15 billion USD for passenger plus vehicle version tube.