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Arvind Muthu
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I think for a prototype the energy consumed by the magnetic levitation will be more related to the distance travelled…

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Harshavardhan Kada
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It will not consume much energy as you think because the first thing is we are making hyperloop efficient by appling 100 pascal pressure and that’s near to vaccum.
and the second thing is we are using solar arrays for effiency.
A major advantage of the hyperloop tube concept is its potential for extremely efficient transportation on a large scale. Musk’s white paper suggests that the energy required per seat-mile of travel could be as low as 50 megajoules per journey between San Francisco and Los Angeles, far lower than other possible travel options.

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