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By;
Fatima Raza
Areesa Alvi
Tahira Sadiq
Sakina Shah Perver
Farwa Zahidi Maglev trains What is Maglev Train Maglev is a system of transportation that uses magnetic levitation to suspend, guide and propel vehicles with magnets rather than using methods such as wheels, axles and bearings. How is magnetism used in Maglev trains? What are the disadvantages of Maglev trains? Advantages of Maglev train as compared to ordinary trains. Five countries where maglev trains are used. Magnetic levitation is a technology that uses magnetic fields to make the train move. These fields lift the train a small distance above the tracks and moves the train. 1. They are much faster than regular trains.
2. Maglev trains are less expensive to build rather than building ordinary trains.
3. Maglev trains do not pollute while ordinary trains lead to air pollution. 1. The disadvantages of using the Maglev is that the Maglev tracks cost more than railroad tracks do. Whole new sets of tracks would need to be built for the Maglev to run.

2. Maglev trains need a very large amount of electricity to generate a powerful enough magnetic force to lift and then propel the entire train.
1. Germany
2. Japan
3. China
4. England
5. United States of America
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