Chinese researchers conducted a road test equipped with powerful magnets. The car, which reached a speed of 230 km during the test, increased by 35 mm thanks to the magnets and gained even more speed. Scientists believe this method will reduce energy use.
Most of us believe since childhood that we will see cars flying in the sky. Recently, studies on flying cars continue to increase day by day. The flying car named AirCar, which was developed in the past years, made a 35-minute flight in Slovakia. This vehicle received an airworthiness certificate in the past months.
According to the news of Webtekno As technology develops, governments continue to work on flying cars. In our country, this Cezeri made history for the first time in this field. What we will talk about in this content is not a flying car, but as a result of a test carried out in China, it was revealed that cars can fly with strong magnets.
A tweet by the journalist also went viral in a short time.
A video of a car accelerating and hovering as it accelerates while traveling on a road filled with magnets has gone viral in a tweet posted by a Chinese journalist. Chinese researchers equipped 8 km of a track with powerful magnets. In the tests, a car rose 35 mm from the ground and accelerated even more, reaching a speed of 230 km per hour.
The main purpose of these tests is to build a highway equipped with magnetic levitation technology after maglev trains. In other words, China aims to eliminate problems such as traffic jams and security by traveling fast and at high speeds on a road full of magnets, just like trains.
Scientists announced that they determined that using magnetic lifting force for passenger vehicles, that is, the use of strong magnets, reduces energy use. At the same time, this method can increase the range of vehicles while ensuring that they last longer.
Deng Zigang, the team leader, explained that their next step is to focus on the development of the first maglev car. This test is considered critical to the development of maglev cars in China.