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Amlev-a self-regulating version of Maglev

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The reasons for delay of commercialization of Maglev for public transportation are presented. It is argued that both the magnetic suspension and the propulsion motor should be self-regulating, and the feasibility of self-regulation is proved. A brief description of Amlev's design and the principles of operation of its self-regulating magnetodynamic suspension and permanent magnet propulsion motor are presented. The advantages of Amlev over electromagnetic system (EMS) and electrodynamic system (EDS) Maglev are discussed

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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:37 ,  Issue: 6 )