How are magnets used in Maglev trains?


The magnets used in Maglev trains are operated below liquid helium temperature. This makes the system an expensive and complex one. For more information, visit:
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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 emissions
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