Underwater cargo hyperloop
Hyperloop proposes using magnetized tracks to move goods friction-free through a vacuum-sealed tunnel. The speeds in these systems are aiming to reach 1,000 kilometers per hour.[1,2,3] Hyperloop runs on electricity, and when powered by renewable energy, will contribute to advancing the decarbonization of transport.
Hyperloop bypasses the loading-unloading bottlenecks at ports and airports by transitioning to a ready-go queue. Currently, hyperloops are being developed on land for passengers, but constructing tunnels in the sea faces the potential challenges of leaking and vacuum stability.
When will an underwater hyperloop be used to transport cargo?
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