How Are Magnets Used in Maglev Trains?

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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: http://www.lanl.gov/orgs/mpa/stc/train.shtml
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electric magnets, swhitched on and off in computer controlled sequence to provide propulsion as well as lift
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Hi Andrea Do you know how a compass works? It points to the magnetic north because it is actually a very lightweight magnet! If you run a bar (or other magnet) against a compass
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I don't. I live in the US where the government is strongly influenced by oil company lobbying, and has not done anything to encourage improved train technology since they retired
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