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How Hyperloop One's System Becomes Reality


How Virgin Hyperloop One's System Becomes Reality

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There has been a lot of innovation within the four main modes of transportation of cars, planes, train, and ships, in the past 100 years.
But I’m am excited about the fifth mode of transportation, the Hyperloop.
There is so much happening with the hyperloop scene right now, between the companies Virgin Hyperloop One, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies along with Elon Musk but today we are going to zero in on Virgin Hyperloop One.
But before we get started, let’s cover why the Hyperloop is so cool and how it works.
In 2012, Elon Musk came up with an idea based heavily on Robert Goddard’s vactrain invention, that would provide travelers an alternative to flying or driving.
He aimed to develop a transportation system that would be:
Safer; Faster; Cheaper; more convenient; Immune to weather and Sustainably self-powering compared to alternative modes of travel.
The came up with the Hyperloop, which will offer the speed of air travel with the convenience of ground-based travel.
Since Musk was busy with SpaceX and Tesla, he made the concept open sourced and encouraged universities and companies to develop the technology and make it a reality.
While parts of the Hyperloop design differ from company to company, and from Musk original concept, the main idea behind the Hyperloop is the capsule to float in low-pressure tubes like an air hockey puck and propelled by electromagnetic motors.
Now let’s quickly touch on the history of Virgin Hyperloop One.
Years before Branson came into the picture, the seed for the company was planted when Pishevar and Musk traveled to Cuba together in 2013 on a Humanitarian mission where Musk told Pishevar about the idea.
Here’s a funny picture of the trip, Pishevar is sitting in the back with Musk and the action Sean Penn in driving.
A year later Pishevar founded the company in the Hyperloop Technologies along with co-founder Josh Giegel in a garage in LA.
At the onset, the company needed to develop four core technologies to make the Hyperloop a reality.
First was the tube, which will have to house and maintain a low-pressure environment that is one-thousandth of an atmosphere, equivalent to the atmospheric pressure at an altitude of 48 km.
Even in such a low-pressure environment, the Hyperloop pod traveling at over 1000 km/h will still experience a similar drag as a semi-truck traveling on a highway at 96 km/h.
The second was the axial compressor which intakes air and continuously pressurizes it. This will be a challenge because an axial compressor has never been built to work in a low-pressure environment.
The third was the levitation technology. Musk’s original concept involved redirecting air from the compressor in front of the pod to air bearings beneath the pod that is ski-like paddles that levitate the capsule.
Hyperloop Technologies, on the other hand, ended up developing a magnetic levitation or maglev system which will guide and lift the pod off the track.
And fourth was the propulsion system, a linear electric motor consisting of two parts, first is the Stator, an electromagnet that lies on the track, and the second part is the linear motor that simply hangs beneath pod, running along the length of the stators on the track.




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Fans of high-speed transit are sure to remember the Hyperloop. Musk claimed that using the right technology, a high-speed train could make the trip from San Fransisco to Los Angeles in just 35 minutes.

However, Musk also indicated that he was too busy to build such a system, but that others were free to take a crack at it.

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Dirk Ahlborn, the CEO of JumpStartFund, believes they can build Elon Musk vision of a transit system that would transport people at up to speeds of 1280 km/h (800 mph).


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He says the commute from San Francisco to Los Angeles - currently a five-hour drive or an hour of flying - could be cut to 30 minutes.
What is Hyperloop?

Hyperloop is a conceptual transport system in which passengers are loaded into pods and fired through vacuum tubes at more than 600mph (1,000km/h).

Prototype pods have been tested running along magnetic tracks, much like the maglev trains used in countries such as Japan today.

Pumping the air out of the tubes reduces resistance, allowing high speeds to be achieved, potentially using less energy than a train.

The idea could reduce journey times over long distances, but there are many challenges for the rival developers to overcome before any such project can become a reality.

Mr Musk is the boss of Tesla and founder of SpaceX, and when he published in 2013 a white paper outlining a way to use airtight tubes to propel pods at speeds of up to 700mph (1130km/h), he set a challenge to anyone and everyone who wanted to try and build the technology.
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Mr Musk isn't paying the firms, but he has committed to funding a series of tests. The hope is that these will happen in August this year. The target is that by 2021 humans will be travelling on Hyperloops around the world.

The MIT team is one of more than 20 non-commercial groups also designing a Hyperloop pod - with money coming from SpaceX in the form of a competition.

That was split over two phases - a design contest, which MIT won in January, and an on-track test coming up in the summer.

But it all could be a colossal waste of time. The barriers to Hyperloop becoming a reality are enormous - and it's not just about technology.
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Part of any visionary's CV is the ability to ignore the naysayers and focus on your vision. If and when you succeed, everyone backtracks and says they knew you were a genius all along.

Elon Musk is the sort of chap that is used to people telling him he's wrong. When he set out to make electric cars appeal to petrolheads, he had a lot of people to convince - but somehow, and on the brink of bankruptcy, he got some investors on board.
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Image caption Not a sight we're ever likely to see - but Hyperloop's tube would likely upset large numbers of people

Yet an awful lot stands in Hyperloop's way. Literally.

Christopher Merian, chief engineer on MIT's effort, told me that the key problem with his pod - and the Hyperloop concept in general - is that it can't handle corners.

So the Hyperloop tube would need to take a rather Roman approach, and go in an almost complete straight line from A to B.

If the proposed route of San Francisco to Los Angeles is to be realised, you're looking at slicing through some of the most beautiful sights the natural world has to offer, not to mention acre after acre of land belonging to people who may not be too keen on a big fat tube being plonked outside their front door.

Philippe Kirschen, MIT's team captain, told me he thinks this will lead to Hyperloop being built in a different part of the world with a less strenuous regulatory environment.

Indeed it's hard to imagine anywhere in the US that would be suitable for Hyperloop, short of shelling out monstrous payouts and a free Tesla or two to people whose lives have been uprooted.
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But let's put that aside and, for the sake of argument, say an agreement has been made and a route between San Francisco and Los Angeles is built. It works, it's safe and it's pretty darn marvellous, all told.

Except it is really, really expensive.

Mr Musk says the cost of building the route would be in the region of $6bn (£4.1bn), an estimate most agree is extremely conservative.

Some are calling Hyperloop the new Concorde which, despite being a glorious piece of innovation, ultimately failed due to regulations - it wasn't allowed to fly at supersonic speeds over land - and a lack of profitability.

A return ticket on Concorde would see you part with several thousand pounds or dollars. Which over time was not considered to be worthwhile trade to save a few hours.
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Furthermore, if Hyperloop runs from San Francisco to Los Angeles, it will be competing with the currently under-construction California High Speed Rail. The network - due to open in 2025 - promises a journey time of two hours and 40 minutes. Each train will be able to carry well over a thousand people. Tickets, surely, will be a lot cheaper than Hyperloop.

In 50 years, when we look back at the hopeful, expectant faces in that photograph, it seems unlikely that we'll see them as the team that changed the way we travel.

But that's not to say developing Hyperloop - a clean, perhaps revolutionary technology - won't have been worth it.

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