Flywheel technology could create new savings for light rail transit

Flywheel technology could create new savings for light rail transit

Published on August 31, 2016

Two engineering professors have examined the use of flywheel technology to store energy generated when light rail transit trains decelerate and stop. Trains such as the LRT used in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, are designed with so-called dynamic braking...

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