When was the MRI invented and by whom? It was in 1977/1978 when Raymond invented the first MRI scanner by hand along with Michael Goldsmith and Larry Minkoff….

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What does maglev train mean? magnetic levitation train Which countries are using maglev trains? While the maglev technology has been developed and touted as the future of train…

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It is levitating on magnets, this is why it can’t go uphill like jumbojet. Monorails are slow without hills, they only go around 20mph on the flat, on…

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Maglev trains are extremely environmentally friendly as they have zero carbon emissions, since they run on electricity. Maglev trains also reduce noise pollution compared to regular trains. All…

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In most cases, an MRI exam is safe for patients with metal implants, except for a few types. People with the following implants may not be scanned and…

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The highest-recorded maglev speed is 603 km/h (375 mph), achieved in Japan by JR Central’s L0 superconducting maglev on 21 April 2015, 28 km/h (17 mph) faster than…

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The Maglev track allows the train to float above the track through the use of repelling magnets. … Once the train is levitated, power is supplied to the…

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The front corners have magnets with north poles facing out, and the back corners have magnets with south poles outward. Electrifying the propulsion loops generates magnetic fields that…

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In fact, you are floating! This dreamlike experience is will soon be a reality thanks to Japan’s famous Maglev bullet trains, the fastest train in the world. Japan…

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As for Britain, it has been suggested that the UK’s current power profile may mean maglev is uneconomical for long distances – hence no maglev HS2. What force…

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