The Force Between a Bogie and a Troubled Suspension and Guidance Coil

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by Hidetoshi Kishi, Railway Technical Research Inst, Tokyo, Japan,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: High Speed Ground Transportation Systems I: Planning and Engineering

Abstract: It is very important for the superconducting LSM Maglev vehicle to maintain the safety. Currents induced in suspension and guidance coils arranged on the side wall of a guide way generate a suspension force, a guidance force, etc. In this paper, seven cases of a troubled suspension and guidance coil are assumed. The forces and the torques between a bogie and suspension and guidance coils which contain a troubled coil are calculated numerically at 500 km/h speed. The simulations show that the position and the mode of a troubled coil can be detected by abnormal acceleration shapes.

Subject Headings: Vehicle loads | Magnetic fields | Magnetic levitation trains | Vehicles | Safety | Walls | Case studies | Numerical methods |

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