magnetic track


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magnetic track

[mag′ned·ik ′trak]
(navigation)
The direction of the track relative to magnetic north.
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The subject of public procurement is the purchase of the complete drive chassis with a magnetic track brake for r.
The board will only float above a special magnetic track, using the technology that powers Japan's Maglev trains.
Up to 200 meters of magnetic track was transported to Barcelona from the Dresden facility to lay beneath the hoverpark surface in order to create the dynamic test, offering Lexus the opportunity to demonstrate tricks no skateboard could ever perform, like travelling across water.
Caption: A copper-oxide superconducting pellet levitates over a magnetic track.
Benjamin Hosack, Director at Foregenix explains “CreditCall's CardEase Ultra end-to-end solution addresses one of the most commonly overlooked areas, securing sensitive magnetic track data exposed during a swiped transaction.
6 billion) Dubai Metro, which opened last month (September) is the world's largest automated driverless train system, with just under 75 km of magnetic track, and joins together many of the emirate's instantly recognizable icons, including the Burj Al Arab, Dubai's self-styled seven-star hotel, as well as the Palm Island, and the tallest building in the world, the Burj Dubai.
In addition, magnetic track data will not be stored, as swiped transactions will be converted to keyed data for card security compliance.
At three stations nearby, they can check the vehicle's ability to hover above a polarized magnetic track, then test its propulsion on a straight track.
On this occasion, I had the added complication of having my sync sound on magnetic track.
Hollow, a deft and quite magnetic track was a fine ballad without getting too mushy.
Each May, 300 kids build their own maglev trains and race them on a magnetic track.
For example, Dortmund airport and the prototype Transrapid magnetic track between Hamburg and Berlin are championed by those who see these projects as tools in the fight for employment and economic growth, but are opposed by environmentalists.