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Transrapid Maglev System Innovative traintechnology. Comparison of Systems Railroad / Maglev. Titel. Wheel-on-rail. Electromagnetic Levitation. Guidance. Propulsion. Propulsion. Support. Support. System Components. Electromagnetic Levitation. Stator Pack. Guidance Magnet

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Transrapid Maglev System

Innovative traintechnology

slide2

Comparison of Systems

Railroad / Maglev

Titel

Wheel-on-rail

Electromagnetic Levitation

Guidance

Propulsion

Propulsion

Support

Support

slide3

System Components

Electromagnetic Levitation

Stator Pack

Guidance Magnet

Eddy Current Brake

Support

Magnet

Linear

Generator

Guidance Rail

slide5

Magnetic

Traveling

Field

Propulsion Principle

slide6

Longstator Propulsion Switching

Activated

Motor Section

Motor Section

Switched Off

Motor Section

Switched Off

Energy Supply

slide7

Comparison Propulsion Systems

Transrapid

(Track-mounted drive)

Gradient (max. 10%)

Railroad

(Vehicle-mounted drive)

Gradient (max. 4%)

slide8

Transrapid/ICE

Acceleration distance to 300 km/h (185 mph)

slide9

Transrapid

Acceleration of a 6-section vehicle

256,3 s

22,7 km

147,5 s

9,1 km

97,1 s

4,2 km

61,1 s

1,7 km

km/h

500

400

300

200

100

0

s

0

50

100

150

200

250

300

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25 m

Guideway Types

At-grade guideway

Typ III

1,25-3,5 m

Elevated guideway

Typ II

49,536 m

Elevated guideway

Type I

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Guideway Bending Switch

Turn-out Direction

3,60 m

150 m

Straight Direction

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Airport Link:

2 Sections with up to 184 Seats

Long distance:

Up to 10 Sections with 1172 Seats

Trainset Configurations

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(m2/m)

14

ICE

12

TR at grade

2

TR elevated

Land Consumption

slide17

Transrapid

Collocation with highways

TR Standard 26.4.2001

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Wh/seat-km

(under identical conditions)

cannot be achieved by ICE 3

Transrapid

Transrapid

Transrapid

ICE

ICE

200 km/h

125 mph

300 km/h

185 mph

400 km/h

250 mph

Specific Energy Consumption

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Values in grams per seat-km

190

60

33

30

23

Short-haul Flight

Transrapid

Transrapid

Car

ICE

400 km/h

250 mph

300 km/h

185 mph

Specific CO2 Emissions

slide20

Pass-by Level in dB(A) at a Distance of 25 m (82 ft)

92

90

89

85

82

80

80

73

Suburban Train

Transrapid 07

Transrapid 07

Transrapid 07

ICE 1+2

TGV-A

ICE 1+2

TGV-A

80 km/h

50 mph

200 km/h

125 mph

400 km/h

250 mph

300 km/h

185 mph

Noise Emission

slide21

in µTesla

Earth‘s

Magnetic

Field

Transrapid

Color TV

Hair

Dryer

Electric

Stove

Magnetic Field Strength

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Track Investment Costs ICE/Transrapid

Long Distance Application

ICE

(in million € per double track km)

ICE

ICE

Transrapid

ICE

HannoverWürzburg

CologneFrankfurt

HannoverBerlin

MannheimStuttgart

BerlinHamburg

level,

few tunnels,

94 mi,

Price level 1997

low-mountains,

many tunnels,

205 mi,

Price level 1988

low-mountains

many tunnels,

62 mi,

Price level 1988

low-mountains

many tunnels,

118 mi,

Price level 1998

level,

few tunnels,

181 mi,

Price level 1998

New route including track infrastructure, operation/maintenance facilities, without trains and station

New route including guideway infrastructure, operation/maintenance facilities, without vehicles and stations (Berlin-Hamburg Project planning)

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Overall System Maintenance Costs

Long Distance Application

Eurocent per seat-km (under identical conditions)

Vehicle

Guideway

Overall System

100%

100%

34%

100%

29%

41%

Operating Speed: ICE = 250 km/h (155 mph)

Transrapid (TR) = 450 km/h (280 mph)

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Emsland Test Facility

TVE

Guideway Length: 31.5 km / 19.5 miles

North Loop

South Loop

High-speed Section

(400-450 km/h)

Observation Point

Switch

Switch

Switch

At-grade

Guideway

At-grade

Guideway

Visitor / Test Center

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Shanghai Airport Link

Project Data

Route Length 30 km double track

Link to maintenance facilities 3 km single track

Stations 2

Number of vehicles in 2003 3 vehicles each with 5 sections

Traffic Volume

• in 2005 10 million passengers

• in 2010 20 million passengers

• in 2020 33 million passengers

Travel speed (max.) 430 km/h

Trip time 8 minutes

Headway 10 minutes (option: 5 minutes)

Daily operation 18 hours

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Munich Airport Link

Western Route

Possible tunnel

Airport

Neufahrn b. Fsg.

Eching

Unterschleißheim

Oberschleißheim

AB.-Dreieck

Feldmoching

Ismaning

Olympiapark

Main Station

Messe

Ostbahnhof

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Munich Airport Link

Project Data

Munich

Airport –

Central Station

Number of vehicles

Sections / Vehicle

Seats per vehicle including seats Stations Traffic Volume Travel speed

(average speed)

Trip Time

Train schedule

5

3

148

148

2

7.86 million passengers/year

350 km/h / 218 mph

(220 km/h / 137 mph)

10 minutes

every 10 minutes

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Munich Airport Link

Track Data

Munich

Airport –

Central Station

Route length

in collocation with federal highways

in collocation with roads/railways Track length elevated (> 6m above GUE*)

at grade (> 2m above GUE*)

at grade (1,45 m above GUE*)

within tunnel

* GUE = Ground Upper Edge

37.4 km / 23.2 miles

18.7 km / 11.6 miles (50%)

2.9 km / 1.8 miles (8%)

37.4 km / 23.2 miles

5.25 km / 3.3 miles (14%)

12.7 km / 7.9 miles (34 %)

19.45 km / 12.1 miles (52%)

7.2 km / 4.5 miles (19%)

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Pittsburgh International Airport to Greensburg

Route length 86.9 km / 54 miles Vehicles 8 (3 sections each)

Stations 5 Invest cost $ 3.5 billion

Trip time 35 minutes

Pennsylvania ProjectRoute Alternatives

Pittsburgh

International Airport

Magport

North Shore

Magport

Pittsburgh

Monroeville

Magport

Station Square

Magport

Monongahela

Greensburg

Magport

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Baltimore-Washington ProjectRoute Alternatives

795

Baltimore to Washington D.C.

Route length 62.8 km / 39 miles

Stations 3

Trip time 18.5 minutes

Vehicles 7 (3 sections each)

Invest cost $ 3.7 billion

Baltimore

32

295

95

Washington D.C.

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From Las Vegas to Primm

Route length 56 km / 35 miles

Stations2

Trip time 11 minutes

Vehicles 3 (8 sections each)

Investment cost $ 1.3 billion

Nevada

Las Vegas

California

Primm

Barstow

Los Angeles

TransrapidLas Vegas

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TransrapidProject Netherlands

Amsterdam Schiphol – Groningen (Zuiderzeelijn)

Route length 186 km / 116 miles

Stations 8

Trip time 59 minutes

Groningen

Drachten

NORTH SEA

Heerenveen

NETHERLANDS

Emmeloord

Lelystad

Amsterdam

Almere

Schiphol

International

Airport