Shanghai - Construction of the First Commercial Operational Line
AbstractThe system technique, the routing of the track, the usedguideway constructions as well as their production plants aredescribed in this report. Parts of the planning activities will beexplained which are required on the German side to cover theinterface between German delivery parts and Chinese planningand production activities. Information about the absolutelyshort realization time for the erection of the guideway constructionswill be given.
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line - German high technology with Chinese boundary
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systems and linear drivers, Lausanne, Schweiz
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for the TRANSRAPID,
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