The “New High-Speed Train” theme science and education exhibition held by the Aerospace Science and Technology Group opened in Beijing on April 23. According to what was revealed at the exhibition, there has been a new development in the “new high-speed train” that China is developing. China’s first full-scale superconducting running test has recently been carried out, and the train is expected to reach a speed of 1,000 km/h in the future. The “new high-speed train” is expected to reach a speed of 1,000 km/h in the future, CCTV News reported.
The “new high-speed train” is a transportation system that combines magnetic levitation technology and low-vacuum technology to achieve ultra-high speed. The research team has completed a full-scale test line for the “new high-speed train” in Datong City, Shanxi Province, and recently conducted the first full-scale superconducting running test.
The “new high-speed train” will be used in the future to transport traffic between very large cities at speeds of up to 1,000 km/h. Experts say that the train will be able to reach speeds of up to 1,000 km/h. Experts say that this speed is not easy to achieve and must be driven step by step through a large number of tests. The test team has already conducted an ultra-high-speed magnetic levitation and electromagnetic propulsion test under non-vacuum conditions, reaching a speed of 623 km/h.