Brake System

Discussion in 'Hyperloop Engineering' started by Swaroop, Oct 4, 2015.

  1. Swaroop Competitor

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    Hello there,
    I have a kind of braking system in my mind,but I would like to know the thoughts on what according to you guys is the best suitable one(braking-system) which can support the efficient braking at such high speeds in an instant or two.(if possible please explain your theory)
     
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    Canceller Inertia System hidroneumatic.
     
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    Hello, I'm a french student and this year we need to do a presentation for our exams (Travaux Pratique Encadrés for the Bac à Lauréat) . Our theme is the Hyperloop. But I must do a part on the normal braking system and the braking system of emergency but I didn't find any information for this. So can you help me please? Please explain me if it's possible or can you give me a site in which there are some informations. (sorry for the errors in english)
     
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    thats just not true. Especially at high speeds where traditional mechanics breaks down. You need to verify that your system is actually modelable by such a system.
     
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