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uh let me say yeah there we had we see see what i mean is the
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most bingo we tired conference uh these don't
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anything more contact with students so
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today and with this project i am happy to have a new student
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i should probably have chosen and as it turned the for this presentation
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not only is this mccall but also back to the future
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what is his middle it's a network a connecting
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thirty potent mine seek easing fits in
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uh in a large city is the traffic for consultation
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for people consultation is gonna to be difficult
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because of just we it's which on here whoa it's a topic for for cars and so
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on and so solution is to go under gong to switzerland is a big city
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i need a millions of inhabitants but it's
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more important it is a big signs
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so if we create a mate call it must be one of the past
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i would say as a reason for which we didn't choose the speed of sound
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to connect in about two those on is the because it's almost impossible
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because we need a relatively important distance works and i worked so
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the z. idea to optimise the energy at the same
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time used to connect all c. c. to use
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the with the distance between a few g. a. and a hundred twenty kilometres
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we still more or less constant time of ten minutes to twenty it's
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tunnels to donald's of small diameter on the vacuum
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wine
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but unless it's normal format
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but the main reason he's as affects its interests and i'm not saying he's
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flip a third density of application of
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cities on the apple trees
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he so so high it's it's it's harder to
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be difficult to create a new line uh
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explore creation as a as a
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problems which are created by noise by buying uses so if you if you have a few
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last with the two as an example is such a is it's better to undergo
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but that's a tunnel is expensive except it if it is more
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so so reason for which the we introduce vacuum he's
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uh for two reasons the first one that to be not
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too expensive ways that are not always a double done
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and they used to have small diameter is if you're a small bayonets us you ever system like uh
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a piece that are uh uh which as two books so yeah so
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was the best solution used to do like with a play
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what is always an for which every playing even going from jean about perjury
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as to go at t. l. p. trudeau for nine thousand to twelve thousand
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that meters is just because see energy you save the by fiction
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high altitude is more important city energy you need to
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it to us do climbed up into going on
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so i'll see idea was we have just to
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create to say and the behaviour also say
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aggressive said we yeah it it should uh let's say twelve thousand a meta applied
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n. h. obviously it's easy to calculate sees energy we
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need to use to create the vacuum ease
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well some person between five and six percent of the
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any of the energy save it by location
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next the quality magnetic levitation in guidance without we're is very important
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because we are in vacuum we could not to do the
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maintenance every evening or whatever we two weeks the going into
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town so also solution is to where the magnetic levitation
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uh what we did there would be never created a completely cynical but we tested
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a decent systems the on the left and you
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have the guidance system we still talents
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possibility to create a four slap it all falls off to
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tolerance the uh please e. in between each meeting
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but uh we had a possibility to sue to to test of the actions
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we've gotta come call and everything uh we use of such system
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on the white and you have a a wheel that is a big problem
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we have always we slimy assistance it's uh when we are testing
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see if the speed is high you need to have the the they're willing long tracks and
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so so with them for which we use the will cease will correspond to fixed element in that on the
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and on to the we don't see it well on the we have a levitation the electronic yet
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and we serve also of approach to a tones
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and we tested it at four hundred kilometres
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the whole work ceases important to do such status because we have uh some eighty
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gotten tons of structure uh in we can of air we face and
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millions of production of specific
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the if we have to know we it's we
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cannot choose or getting motors so the necessary
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to create a a long morgan what to c. e. o. on the white and uh
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you would when she went white and he uh excuse me this one
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just here it's a test track
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mathematically was talking about uh before uh uh on which we tested and then
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you moved his guidance system and so when we speeds not so i
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it was only a eighty kilometres that how about it's uh important to
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don't go faster with the correct corporate eighty four meters yeah no
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that she is used correctly was uh moved in a in a led the uh the
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twenty years ago but uh no it disappeared i don't know why and how
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but we have the possibility to test a such a depends
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yeah to full speed or high speed or i. x. anyways
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a similar system a little larger was presented by keep up with the wheel so
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uh if we what was just summarise what is just respect co we could
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just was these picture it's like a plane that plane without wings
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uh the with just as a as a cap in his cabin in as an i. automatic structure
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and it is even backroom all real question or uh like a plane at a higher altitude
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so why with it
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so mine reason was for us your position of the is you have it
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and second the priority was given to serve as external uh uh under the so gotta
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so for this reason it was not clear just the request for test
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like it's be down bought never accepted by users should govern
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screams reason mine reason because i we see the script bought impersonal people
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only the three months ago the main reason so you say it says they kill is not
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wilton related because it is not a a a the the way it is to go
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say the the dentist and we didn't beat the why the way it or claim box apply
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okay we owe it will change
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for c. if we need you
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no forms respectable what would it be a loop it's a common elements uh adventure
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and to the l. is something only gina uh when i
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was a professor in some nineties we created too big
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a project we say it is it's torque students on c. span
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organise more or less like you are nice but we
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just few money and it was a success
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and what what we will be a success no we need something home you
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set to heaven as the air war in the other direction so we could see
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start says his metal project in switzerland yeah
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some movements around directly with somehow
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and so also some movement in your cock of interest for that use metal quit
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i wish to a foot sucked thank you ha
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ah okay
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i'm not backing collector chat we ah

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Conference program

Opening Speech
Martin Vetterli, Professor
1 March 2018 · 6:08 p.m.
History of Swissmetro
Marcel Jufer, Professor
1 March 2018 · 6:17 p.m.
Introducing the EPFL Hyperloop project
Mario Paolone, Professor
1 March 2018 · 6:28 p.m.
Mechanical Design Challenges
Nicolo' Riva
1 March 2018 · 6:45 p.m.
Energy Handling and Propulsion Challenges
Theophane Dimier
1 March 2018 · 6:54 p.m.
Questions from Public
Panel
1 March 2018 · 7:04 p.m.

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