3D ANIMATION AND DESIGN the magnetic field train

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3D ANIMATION AND DESIGN the magnetic field train

AYESHA SHAHDOOR AND MARYAM MOHAMMAD 12GB

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A fast, efficient, transnational, energy efficient and able to cope with the increasing demand on infrastructure as well as revolutionize rail and making it even safer, more reliable and cheaper. People will be looking to get from someplace to another as quickly as possible rather than taking a journey using just a car or just by rail

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We want to solve this problem and rail will play an increasing role with the high population density price and availability of oil, thus the determination of governments to find alternate ways of travel and the public demand for economical, fast transportation

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However, as oil prices increase, people will seek alternative means for long-distance travel, and trains are a good candidate. This can diminish the time trains are out of service and limit passenger disruption.

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What is the problem we are trying to solve

People will be looking to get from someplace to another as quickly as possible rather than taking a journey using just a car or by rail, this is a fast , energy efficient and able to cope with the increasing demand on infrastructure will revolutionize rail and make it even safer, more reliable and cheaper, using a new energy source which is the magnetic field force.

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THE SOLUTION WE CAME UP WITH

The solution we came up with is that we could use a new source of energy which is by using the force of the magnetic field , to create a new, fast, energy efficient, less noisy, and safer way for people to transport in from one place to another.

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THE SCIENCE AND PHYSICS BEHIND OUR TRAIN

If you've ever played with magnets, you know that opposite poles attract and like poles repel each other. This is the basic principle behind electromagnetic propulsion . Electromagnets are similar to other magnets in that they attract metal objects, but the magnetic pull is temporary. You can easily create a small electromagnet yourself by connecting the ends of a copper wire to the positive and negative ends of an AA, C or D-cell battery. This creates a small magnetic field. If you disconnect either end of the wire from the battery, the magnetic field is taken away. The magnetic field created in this wire-and-battery experiment is the simple idea behind our trains system. It travels along a magnet guideway. The train has magnets on the bottom. The repelling magnets create lift and propulsion, reducing the amount of friction. This means that the train can travel at very high speeds using the magnetic.

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The trains exterior

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How can I improve the model for semester 2

We will add; 2 more floors to the train, include more sectors for a gym, entertainment room, and to add more space inside. we want to explore more skills and tools, master them and apply them to our project