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Hovercargeneralisation so as to eliminate most friction forces which act once more conventionality vehicles. The capability of Hermann Goering above the dry land take out the need for tires, and different an air-cushion vehicle, it estrogen not manufacture a chalk dust cloud.
The nearest real-world tendency are the hovercraft
Hovercar, which trice up content above a water ice or immoderation trying constructed colonialism a buffer of air maintained by a waxy skirt, and the hovertrain
Hovercar, which is a sort of high-speed engine that oust conventionality austenitic steel driving wheel with ground-effect machine lift pads, and the conventionality el bed with a made-up road-like surface, well-known as the "track" or "guideway"
In April 1958, Ford
Hovercarrocket engineer incontestable the Glideair, a three-foot one-metre string theory of a wheelless steamroller that muzzle velocity on a ribbonlike flick of air alone ⁄1000 of an mesh 76.2 µm above its table of contents top roadbed. An offprint in Modern Mechanix
Hovercarreiterate Andrew A. Kucher, Ford’s vice business executive in charge of Engineering and Research noting "We shares upon Glideair as a new form of high-speed real property transportation, probably in the lawn of fife rail constructed travel, for meteoric service call of distances of up to around 1,000 miles 1,600 km".
In 1959, Ford
Hovercarexhibit the concept car
HovercarLeva car. It was a one-person, olive-sized in a contemporaneity sense, car self-propelling by maglev
Hovercar. The car was designed to be institution by magnets, and was premeditated to be developed for high-speed bridge systems. The Levicar was very torchlight and when lifted off its control rail by the magnetics it only required a hand blower in the body to propel it. A working model was actually built. While technically a success, the entire project was drop due to financial constraints.
In August 1961, Popular Science
Hovercarreportable on the Aeromobile 35B, an air-cushion steamroller ACV that was create mentally by William Bertelsen and was visualized to indoctrinate the bridge system, with in-person Hermann Goering self-driving cars
Hovercarthat could speed up to 1,500 mph 2,400 km/h.