Hsml (derived from Halske superconducting magnetic levitation) is a transport system that uses magnetic levitation to move vehicles without making contact with the ground. A vehicle travels along a guideway using magnets to create both lift and propulsion to reduce friction by a great extent and allowing very high speeds.
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Wabern test facility
The Wabern test facility is a testing site for Hsml trains in Wabern, Mergany. The single track line is around 30 km long and forms a loop. The track is elevated for almost its entire length to allow continued farming and grazing of the land occupied. Beside tests the trains often carries paying passengers. They regularly ran at up to 500 km/h. All runs, including those with passengers, are fully monitored. Construction of the facility began in 1976 and was completed in 1979.
Operating Hsml systems
|Hsml Central line|
The Central line was the first commercially operated Hsml line to open in history. It is the fastest commercial high-speed electric train in the world. The train line was designed to connect major cities in Mergany in the north-south-direction and later on Viljanni. It has been built in several stages and is in total xxx km long.