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I read in a book that the fastest trains could in the future run at apr 4000 km/h (They were talking about vacum tube trains. This trains run in a vacuum tunnel) If the trains goes faster the passangers would simply lift off. The poject of such trains looks quit realistic to me. Will there be no other problems (the fastest train in that I know and that 'll be in use would only run at apr. 400 km/h)
Re: How fast trains could posibly run. What are the limiting factors.
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