martes, 22 de noviembre de 2016
Since Elon Musk revealed details of his proposed Hyperloop in a white paper in 2013, the idea of supersonic travel through vacuum tubes has captured the imagination of the public and engineers around the world – which was exactly the point. SpaceX may not be building the system itself, but it's playing a big part in getting the idea off the ground, including hosting a pod design competition for teams of university students. To find out what goes into creating a Hyperloop pod, we spoke to VicHyper, one of 30 teams whose design was selected to be built and tested in January next year.
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Category: Urban Transport
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