electromagnetic propulsion


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electromagnetic propulsion

[i¦lek·trō·mag′ned·ik prə′pəl·shən]
(aerospace engineering)
Motive power for flight vehicles produced by electromagnetic acceleration of a plasma fluid.
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The technology uses an electromagnetic propulsion system to accelerate the movement of goods and services through a vacuum tube.
Hyperloop technology uses an electromagnetic propulsion system to accelerate the movement of goods and services through a vacuum tube at speeds up to 1,200km per hour.
satellites & probes / propulsion / electric propulsion / electromagnetic propulsion systems
Last month, Hyperloop One said it will continue to test its vehicle, which uses electromagnetic propulsion and magnetic levitation, in the coming months.
Recently, the Johnson Space Center tested an electromagnetic propulsion drive which, they hope, will replace traditional propellant in space travel (Times, 2015).
Inverted coasters, linear motor electromagnetic propulsion, flying coasters, diving coasters and floorless coasters were all made possible by CAD, while "simulation was used to avoid problems," says Begotti.
This is the basic principle behind electromagnetic propulsion.
Pinheiro, "Fluidic electrodynamics: Approach to electromagnetic propulsion," Phys.
This electromagnetic propulsion configuration has a magnetic nozzle and the engine performance can be throttled.
Remarkably, its unique electromagnetic propulsion system allows the train to literally levitate over the guideway, producing a smooth, frictionless and quiet ride.
In little more than two decades, Neal and Linden built upon General Atomics to create a diversified international high-technology group of companies with world leadership positions in nuclear fusion, fission, laser technologies, ultra wide-band telecommunications, and electromagnetic propulsion technologies ranging from aircraft carrier launch and recovery systems to magnetic levitation for rail transport.
com/2016/11/nasa-impossible-emdrive-physics-peer-review-space-science/) electromagnetic propulsion drive (EmDrive) , which could possibly cut the travel time of either the kinetic impactor or the gravity tractor into space.

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