|Title||Design decisions required for designing a Large-Scale Hyperloop Cargo Research Infrastructure|
Developing Large Scale Hyperloop Research Infrastructures in European Research Program
Hyperloop is a guided transport system in which so-called pods are designed to transport people and goods at the speed of sound in a partially evacuated tube. Within the framework of the “Hyperloop Development Program” a European research initiative, individual technologies, economics and use cases of this system are being investigated.
This project deals with the drafting of new research infrastructure with a focus on implementation of new testing needs and designing technical requirements regarding cargo for this new mode of transport. The aim of this project is compiling testing needs from previous work in the program such as studies and questionnaires to develop technical requirements for the testing facility which can be used to engineer a large-scale Hyperloop Cargo research infrastructure.
Supervisor other departments (e.g. economics) by arrangement.
|Home institution||Institute of Physics|
|Type of work||conceptual / theoretical|
|Type of thesis||Bachelor's or Master's degree|