# What is maglev?

"magnetic" "levitation" A cute way to make trains float - thus reducing rolling friction, but NOT air friction.
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# How is a maglev train useful?

Trains are useful for moving people quickly and safely.Maglev trains use electricity for power. This can come from renewable energy sources, in which case they have no carbon (MORE)

# When did maglev start?

The concept of magnetic levitation was first examined by Samuel Earnshaw in 1842; his conclusion was that it was not feasible. However more recent innovations and scientific d (MORE)

# How does a maglev train move forward?

Magnets attract or repel (opposite poles attract: like poles repel), and electro-magnets can be turned on and off, or have their poles reversed, in an instant. So magnets are (MORE)

# What is Maglev short for?

Magnetic Levitation. A Maglev train uses electro-magnets to keep the train floating above the tracks, thus eliminating friction.
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# Who is the inventor of maglev trains?

The maglev train was first invented in 1902 . It was invented by a guy named Alfred Zehan OF GERMANY… and invented in japan
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# Who invented MAGLEV?

Earnshaw from Cambridge University , he is the first man who posted the principle of maglev. But Hermann Kemper, a German engineer, is the first man who is proposed as the far (MORE)

# How does the Maglev work?

Maglev is the shortened form of Magnetic Levitation. It uses a  series strong magnets to raise a train above the rails and propel  it forward by magnetic conduction. There a (MORE)

# Where is the electromagnet in a maglev train?

the electromagnet is in the track then there are permanent magnets on the very bottom of the train on the part that wraps around the track

# What is the answer to 20c plus 5 equals 5c plus 65?

20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4 20c + 5 = 5c (MORE)