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In previous videos, we have shown that the artificial inhibition of technological development of mankind is a reality and a tool for managing the human mass used by the world elite.
Another example is the use of electromagnetic energy in transport. A rare and very expensive instance, working on electromagnetic traction-it is heavy, but hovering over the platform of a magnetic plane or MAGLEV, which is the abbreviation of the words “magnetic levitation”.
This train speeds up to six hundred three kilometers per hour. There are several maglevs in the world, but the first development of this wonderful train began in 1979, the study of the basics of magnetic levitation was conducted throughout the 20th century. The first works on the principles of the electromagnetic field appeared long before the internal combustion engine was used, namely in the 60s of the 19th century.
And now we will talk about the invention that everyone would like to see in his car.
Since the 1980-ies the use of electromagnetic fields has laid the draft of the improved automotive suspension. The idea was to create a device that would transform an elastic element into one that would dampen vibrations due to the force of the electromagnetic field. Imagine a drive, “going” perfectly straight, without Bouncing on the bumps, and even fly a small fence, and is powered by a drive over bumps. This was the dream cherished by the experimenters of those years. And this dream was realized in concrete prototypes!
One of the first developers of such suspension was Dr. Amar Bowes – a major specialist and innovator, working including on innovations in the field of audio systems. The basis of his invention was taken linear motor structure, combining elastic elements, shock absorbers, transverse stabilizers and other familiar suspension parts. A significant advantage of the developed system was that the driver could switch the consumed energy from electrical to mechanical. The force required for the suspension is produced during the ride with inactive electromagnets, which allowed to save on fuel. Such suspension worked without failures, receiving energy at any time. When the whole system was de-energized, the electromagnetic suspension switched to a standard operating mode, similar to many lever-type suspensions.
On each of the four powerful linear motors under the control of the Central processor voltage was applied, and on its rod there was a buoyant force. On 4 rods it was able to lift up to one and a half tons, which corresponds to the average weight of the car "Golf"-class. At the same time, with the help of a linear motor, the required height of the chassis was maintained regardless of the load. This is the so-called static compensation.
In addition, the electromagnetic suspension also created dynamic compensation, because it negated the side roll of the car. With this scheme, the transverse stabilizers are no longer needed. Even the so-called longitudinal "pecks" that occur during acceleration and braking, it would seem, will be a thing of the past.
The unique system reacted to the ride on the bumps and turns up to 100 times per second.
It is noteworthy that in this scheme, the Central processor controls each of the 4 linear motors separately. What gives? For example, control the angular stiffness of the front and rear suspension-each separately. If the machine is in a turn, the linear motors are powered in such a way that the car rests mainly on the outer rear wheel. And this "swallow" gets ultra-light oversteer. In case of turning, the stop is smoothly transferred to the outer front wheel. As a result, the transport is exactly on any turns, not "bite", not swaying.
But all these advantages of driving-smart smoothness, its stability at high speeds, maximum comfort and safety, as well as rational energy consumption - could be introduced into mass production of cars in the 90s. But to this day, the vast majority of motorists go “the old - fashioned way”, as in the chaise, drawn by horses-with subsidence, rolls and “wedges” during the maneuver turn.
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