The engineering challenge facing Edinburgh University’s Hyperloop team, HYPED

Adam Anyszewski, of Edinburgh University’s Hyperloop team, HYPED, will be delivering a technical seminar on the engineering and design process behind their pod prototype at the Manufacturing & Engineering conference and exhibition on 4-5 July at the Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle.

HYPED is a University of Edinburgh student society built around passion of Hyperloop technology – an idea initially proposed by Elon Musk as a new way of transporting people and goods quickly, safely, efficiently and sustainably.

Attendees to Mr Anyszewski’s conference talk at 9:30am on 4th July, will hear about the complex engineering and technical challenges the HYPED team continue to face and overcome. The Hyperloop idea proposes loading passengers and cargo into a pod, and accelerating gradually via electric propulsion, with magnetic levitation allowing the pod to glide at airline speeds through a low-pressure tube.

The Edinburgh-based HypED team are winners of a SpaceX design award and a double finalist of its Hyperloop Pod competition. Moreover, HypED was one of 10 across the world to have been named a winner of the Hyperloop One Global Challenge - where they proposed an Edinburgh to London route.

Unfamiliar with Hyperloop? You can find out more about the technology by reading this recent feature article from the Eureka! magazine.

To pre-register to attend this free HYPED talk at the Manufacturing & Engineering conference, please visit https://me18-visitor.reg.buzz/

Manufacturing & Engineering is the only industry event of its type in the North of England, offering an environment where design engineers and manufacturers across the Northern Powerhouse can benefit from direct access to the latest products, services and innovations available to the sector.

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Chris Rixson

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