Vacuum Maglev – an international endeavour for a global space program

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Sharma, Tanay;
(2012)
  • Subject: TL0787

This thesis focuses on the use of magnetic levitation technology as a means to provide launch capability to future space bound vehicles. Building on past work and after an extensive literature review, we aim to show how magnetic levitation and propulsion can be an econo... View more
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