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‘waterloop’ on fast track to transportation future ‘waterloop’ on fast track to transportation future ‘waterloop’ on fast track to transportation future - solar panel traffic lights

by:Litel Technology     2019-08-22
‘waterloop’ on fast track to transportation future ‘waterloop’ on fast track to transportation future ‘waterloop’ on fast track to transportation future  -  solar panel traffic lights
WATERLOO —
In the next two weeks, a team of students at the University of Waterloo will lay tracks in an industrial building in kidina, testing a passenger cabin floating in the air, designed at speeds of more than 1,000 kilometers per hour. A 3D-
The printing case of the Pod will be attached to the frame next month so that at 400,000-square-
Foot building in 41 Ardelt Pl. Cutting-
Edge transport technology will be tested and improved in this old industrial building next to the busy Conestoga Avenue.
In January, the UW team will be one of 22 groups from around the world to take part in the testing at the SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, California.
All the team will see their passenger cabin in one-
Miles in the California desert
The UW team is called Waterloop.
This is the only Canadian group to enter the finals in the Hyperloop Pod competition initiated by billionaire engineers, SpaceX and Tesla Motors founder Elon Musk.
Musk called for his vision for the future of the ground transportation super high-speed rail.
He wants people and goods to be faster than the sound inside a special pod pushed through a steel pipevacuum state.
Water Ring and other works-
The design team is competing to make the best passenger cabin.
On Tuesday night, the Waterloop team passed an important milestone where hundreds of people gathered around the pod's framework.
It was set up in the Federal Hall of the university's main campus.
The crowd watched the air hissing from the large cylinder placed on the frame and into the air --
Casters below
After it floated in the air and moved easily along the impromptu track, the supporters, sponsors, team members and faculty present gave warm applause to watch the historic demonstration.
"This is the first time in history to do so," said Azan Obedi, team leader and third member of the water ring group. year systems-
Students in design engineering
@ Waterloo_hyper team shows the world's first functional pneumatic ultra-circular suspension system!
Picture of University of Lu Waterloo levates cdnpse. twitter. com/u9CCiOh0rM—
University of Waterloo (@UWaterloo)
The technical term Waterloop did in November 2, 2016 was pneumatic suspension.
It is a new application of old technology.
Think about an empty hockey game, but it's not a special puck floating in the air, it's a pod carrying a collision --
Test the dummy at high speed inside the tube.
"We have done almost all the designs and we are in the manufacturing phase," said Obeidi . ".
To help pay, the Waterloop team launched the Kickstarter campaign, raising $20,000.
It quickly surpassed that amount and is now targeting $42,000.
"If we have $42,000, we can do all the optimizations, all the lightweight we want, and hope to get gold in January," said Obeidi . ".
All teams participating in the Hyperloop finals are working according to a document written by Musk detailing his vision and the technology needed to achieve it.
Tubes made of special steel will connect San Francisco and Los Angeles.
The solar panel will power the pump to remove the air inside, create a state close to the vacuum, and eliminate almost all the resistance of the passenger pod.
On the floor of the tube, a linear induction motor using a magnet will push the pod forward at a high speed.
Super Loop competition is in traffic --
The major city center and its surrounding Highway and Highway jams are a huge problem. Toronto-
The regional trade commission and the Chamber of Commerce estimate that the economic losses caused by congestion are as high as $10 billion a year.
Auberdi said the super high-speed rail connecting downtown Toronto and downtown Monterey can transport passengers to the city in 30 minutes or less.
"There is potential to make the world a better place.
I tell people: it's not just for convenience, it's for freedom.
"It's changed the way we live and it's better.
"Even if competition does not lead to the construction of the Super Loop, the technology developed will be open to everyone.
"The whole idea is to push technology forward," said Montgomery de Luna, a member of the water ring team who received a master's degree in architecture.
"Basically, let these teams compete with each other and see how far we can go technically.
De Luna said: "Hyperloops are faster and more sustainable than any other inter-city mobility options used today for people and goods.
"Can you imagine a better infrastructure?
We are all on the 401 path and we all know how painful it is.
"Pearl Sullivan, head of the Department of Engineering at the University of Washington, watched the presentation Tuesday night.
She called Musk a visionary and interesting person.
"He's presented you with a huge challenge that's almost impossible to achieve, but it's great because he's pushing the frontier and it's important," Sullivan said . ".
In cheers and applause, Sullivan said: "I said to Elon Musk, 'You have to go to Waterloo. '".
A member of the water ring asked Tim Jackson
Former venture capitalist, technical director, vice president UW
Former Executive Vice President
President of Mars exploration, Toronto-for some help.
Jackson, the current president of Shad Network, helped connect the team with a number of sponsors.
He told students gathered on Tuesday to ignore those who questioned whether the Super ring could be built.
"I have never met Elon Musk, but I think this person is a genius," Jackson said . ".
"I said he was a genius because he realized that by setting these bold goals and tasks, we would actually achieve results. "When former U. S.
President John F.
Kennedy announced in May 1961 that his country would send a man to the moon and send him back safely to Earth by the end of that decade, which many consider impossible.
Neil Armstrong walked on the moon in July 1969.
"In theory, accept what people can only imagine and say that we are going to solve it, and that is what we are doing at Waterloo," Jackson said . ".
"The ultimate goal is not the key, but the journey along the way, and as long as you persevere and work hard for the unattainable goal, you will truly achieve greatness, Jackson said.
Tpender @ therecord. com WATERLOO —
In the next two weeks, a team of students at the University of Waterloo will lay tracks in an industrial building in kidina, testing a passenger cabin floating in the air, designed at speeds of more than 1,000 kilometers per hour. A 3D-
The printing case of the Pod will be attached to the frame next month so that at 400,000-square-
Foot building in 41 Ardelt Pl. Cutting-
Edge transport technology will be tested and improved in this old industrial building next to the busy Conestoga Avenue.
In January, the UW team will be one of 22 groups from around the world to take part in the testing at the SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, California.
All the team will see their passenger cabin in one-
Miles in the California desert
The UW team is called Waterloop.
This is the only Canadian group to enter the finals in the Hyperloop Pod competition initiated by billionaire engineers, SpaceX and Tesla Motors founder Elon Musk.
Musk called for his vision for the future of the ground transportation super high-speed rail.
He wants people and goods to be faster than the sound inside a special pod pushed through a steel pipevacuum state.
Water Ring and other works-
The design team is competing to make the best passenger cabin.
On Tuesday night, the Waterloop team passed an important milestone where hundreds of people gathered around the pod's framework.
It was set up in the Federal Hall of the university's main campus.
The crowd watched the air hissing from the large cylinder placed on the frame and into the air --
Casters below
After it floated in the air and moved easily along the impromptu track, the supporters, sponsors, team members and faculty present gave warm applause to watch the historic demonstration.
"This is the first time in history to do so," said Azan Obedi, team leader and third member of the water ring group. year systems-
Students in design engineering
@ Waterloo_hyper team shows the world's first functional pneumatic ultra-circular suspension system!
Picture of University of Lu Waterloo levates cdnpse. twitter. com/u9CCiOh0rM—
University of Waterloo (@UWaterloo)
The technical term Waterloop did in November 2, 2016 was pneumatic suspension.
It is a new application of old technology.
Think about an empty hockey game, but it's not a special puck floating in the air, it's a pod carrying a collision --
Test the dummy at high speed inside the tube.
"We have done almost all the designs and we are in the manufacturing phase," said Obeidi . ".
To help pay, the Waterloop team launched the Kickstarter campaign, raising $20,000.
It quickly surpassed that amount and is now targeting $42,000.
"If we have $42,000, we can do all the optimizations, all the lightweight we want, and hope to get gold in January," said Obeidi . ".
All teams participating in the Hyperloop finals are working according to a document written by Musk detailing his vision and the technology needed to achieve it.
Tubes made of special steel will connect San Francisco and Los Angeles.
The solar panel will power the pump to remove the air inside, create a state close to the vacuum, and eliminate almost all the resistance of the passenger pod.
On the floor of the tube, a linear induction motor using a magnet will push the pod forward at a high speed.
Super Loop competition is in traffic --
The major city center and its surrounding Highway and Highway jams are a huge problem. Toronto-
The regional trade commission and the Chamber of Commerce estimate that the economic losses caused by congestion are as high as $10 billion a year.
Auberdi said the super high-speed rail connecting downtown Toronto and downtown Monterey can transport passengers to the city in 30 minutes or less.
"There is potential to make the world a better place.
I tell people: it's not just for convenience, it's for freedom.
"It's changed the way we live and it's better.
"Even if competition does not lead to the construction of the Super Loop, the technology developed will be open to everyone.
"The whole idea is to push technology forward," said Montgomery de Luna, a member of the water ring team who received a master's degree in architecture.
"Basically, let these teams compete with each other and see how far we can go technically.
De Luna said: "Hyperloops are faster and more sustainable than any other inter-city mobility options used today for people and goods.
"Can you imagine a better infrastructure?
We are all on the 401 path and we all know how painful it is.
"Pearl Sullivan, head of the Department of Engineering at the University of Washington, watched the presentation Tuesday night.
She called Musk a visionary and interesting person.
"He's presented you with a huge challenge that's almost impossible to achieve, but it's great because he's pushing the frontier and it's important," Sullivan said . ".
In cheers and applause, Sullivan said: "I said to Elon Musk, 'You have to go to Waterloo. '".
A member of the water ring asked Tim Jackson
Former venture capitalist, technical director, vice president UW
Former Executive Vice President
President of Mars exploration, Toronto-for some help.
Jackson, the current president of Shad Network, helped connect the team with a number of sponsors.
He told students gathered on Tuesday to ignore those who questioned whether the Super ring could be built.
"I have never met Elon Musk, but I think this person is a genius," Jackson said . ".
"I said he was a genius because he realized that by setting these bold goals and tasks, we would actually achieve results. "When former U. S.
President John F.
Kennedy announced in May 1961 that his country would send a man to the moon and send him back safely to Earth by the end of that decade, which many consider impossible.
Neil Armstrong walked on the moon in July 1969.
"In theory, accept what people can only imagine and say that we are going to solve it, and that is what we are doing at Waterloo," Jackson said . ".
"The ultimate goal is not the key, but the journey along the way, and as long as you persevere and work hard for the unattainable goal, you will truly achieve greatness, Jackson said.
Tpender @ therecord. com WATERLOO —
In the next two weeks, a team of students at the University of Waterloo will lay tracks in an industrial building in kidina, testing a passenger cabin floating in the air, designed at speeds of more than 1,000 kilometers per hour. A 3D-
The printing case of the Pod will be attached to the frame next month so that at 400,000-square-
Foot building in 41 Ardelt Pl. Cutting-
Edge transport technology will be tested and improved in this old industrial building next to the busy Conestoga Avenue.
In January, the UW team will be one of 22 groups from around the world to take part in the testing at the SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, California.
All the team will see their passenger cabin in one-
Miles in the California desert
The UW team is called Waterloop.
This is the only Canadian group to enter the finals in the Hyperloop Pod competition initiated by billionaire engineers, SpaceX and Tesla Motors founder Elon Musk.
Musk called for his vision for the future of the ground transportation super high-speed rail.
He wants people and goods to be faster than the sound inside a special pod pushed through a steel pipevacuum state.
Water Ring and other works-
The design team is competing to make the best passenger cabin.
On Tuesday night, the Waterloop team passed an important milestone where hundreds of people gathered around the pod's framework.
It was set up in the Federal Hall of the university's main campus.
The crowd watched the air hissing from the large cylinder placed on the frame and into the air --
Casters below
After it floated in the air and moved easily along the impromptu track, the supporters, sponsors, team members and faculty present gave warm applause to watch the historic demonstration.
"This is the first time in history to do so," said Azan Obedi, team leader and third member of the water ring group. year systems-
Students in design engineering
@ Waterloo_hyper team shows the world's first functional pneumatic ultra-circular suspension system!
Picture of University of Lu Waterloo levates cdnpse. twitter. com/u9CCiOh0rM—
University of Waterloo (@UWaterloo)
The technical term Waterloop did in November 2, 2016 was pneumatic suspension.
It is a new application of old technology.
Think about an empty hockey game, but it's not a special puck floating in the air, it's a pod carrying a collision --
Test the dummy at high speed inside the tube.
"We have done almost all the designs and we are in the manufacturing phase," said Obeidi . ".
To help pay, the Waterloop team launched the Kickstarter campaign, raising $20,000.
It quickly surpassed that amount and is now targeting $42,000.
"If we have $42,000, we can do all the optimizations, all the lightweight we want, and hope to get gold in January," said Obeidi . ".
All teams participating in the Hyperloop finals are working according to a document written by Musk detailing his vision and the technology needed to achieve it.
Tubes made of special steel will connect San Francisco and Los Angeles.
The solar panel will power the pump to remove the air inside, create a state close to the vacuum, and eliminate almost all the resistance of the passenger pod.
On the floor of the tube, a linear induction motor using a magnet will push the pod forward at a high speed.
Super Loop competition is in traffic --
The major city center and its surrounding Highway and Highway jams are a huge problem. Toronto-
The regional trade commission and the Chamber of Commerce estimate that the economic losses caused by congestion are as high as $10 billion a year.
Auberdi said the super high-speed rail connecting downtown Toronto and downtown Monterey can transport passengers to the city in 30 minutes or less.
"There is potential to make the world a better place.
I tell people: it's not just for convenience, it's for freedom.
"It's changed the way we live and it's better.
"Even if competition does not lead to the construction of the Super Loop, the technology developed will be open to everyone.
"The whole idea is to push technology forward," said Montgomery de Luna, a member of the water ring team who received a master's degree in architecture.
"Basically, let these teams compete with each other and see how far we can go technically.
De Luna said: "Hyperloops are faster and more sustainable than any other inter-city mobility options used today for people and goods.
"Can you imagine a better infrastructure?
We are all on the 401 path and we all know how painful it is.
"Pearl Sullivan, head of the Department of Engineering at the University of Washington, watched the presentation Tuesday night.
She called Musk a visionary and interesting person.
"He's presented you with a huge challenge that's almost impossible to achieve, but it's great because he's pushing the frontier and it's important," Sullivan said . ".
In cheers and applause, Sullivan said: "I said to Elon Musk, 'You have to go to Waterloo. '".
A member of the water ring asked Tim Jackson
Former venture capitalist, technical director, vice president UW
Former Executive Vice President
President of Mars exploration, Toronto-for some help.
Jackson, the current president of Shad Network, helped connect the team with a number of sponsors.
He told students gathered on Tuesday to ignore those who questioned whether the Super ring could be built.
"I have never met Elon Musk, but I think this person is a genius," Jackson said . ".
"I said he was a genius because he realized that by setting these bold goals and tasks, we would actually achieve results. "When former U. S.
President John F.
Kennedy announced in May 1961 that his country would send a man to the moon and send him back safely to Earth by the end of that decade, which many consider impossible.
Neil Armstrong walked on the moon in July 1969.
"In theory, accept what people can only imagine and say that we are going to solve it, and that is what we are doing at Waterloo," Jackson said . ".
"The ultimate goal is not the key, but the journey along the way, and as long as you persevere and work hard for the unattainable goal, you will truly achieve greatness, Jackson said.
Tpender @ therecord.
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