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Post time 2013-2-22 20:37:58 |Display all floors
satsu_jin Post time: 2013-2-22 11:18
If it wont happen the question remains - why did the PMs of both nations made a public commitment. ...

PMs made public commitments?
Malaysia alsways do that...so they can get money from the people by quoting high fees and start building it half way or used cheapest materials...so they can corrupt the money into their pockets~ there are many Malaysian developments not completed and abandoned half way...but full amount of money are paid out by the govt. budget~

Singapore said so...but still subjective to Malaysia's attitude...if Malaysia still doing corruptions...i BET Singapore will cancel deals~ trust me~ many instances Singapore canceled their deals with Malaysia...and still Malaysia go with it to corrupt~

Malays always find ways to corrupt...its well know in Malaysia...u can get any citizen there and ask them...but not Malays...other race there...
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Post time 2013-3-8 21:12:57 |Display all floors
From today's 'Global Times':


China has mastered braking technology to stop the world's fastest trains that travel a maximum speed of 500 kilometers per hour (km.p.h.), a railway scientist said on Thursday.

The eddy-current braking testing system has been completed and put into use, Li Heping, a senior researcher of China Academy of Railway Sciences, told Xinhua News Agency in an exclusive interview.

Eddy-current braking, a high-end technology for rail transportation, is used in high-speed trains traveling at 200 km.p.h. or above. The technology is under development in countries that have high-speed railways.

Chinese researchers can make dynamic simulation to brake high-speed trains at a maximum speed of 500 km.p.h., and launch testing research of eddy-current braking in all speeds and situations, he said.

Li noted that China is internationally advanced in overall technologies of high-speed trains.

"Chinese high-speed railways are safe. I, as a researcher, travel by high-speed trains whenever possible. I hope fellow countrymen have confidence in the safety of China's high-speed trains," said Li.

The country's first high-speed railway, linking the Chinese capital Beijing and the neighboring port city Tianjin, was inaugurated on Aug. 1, 2008, with trains traveling at a speed that could reach 350 km per hour.

In December last year, the high-speed line linking Beijing and Guangzhou -- the world's longest -- went into service, bringing China's total high-speed rail network in operation to a length of more than 9,300 km.

China plans to have 18,000 km of high-speed lines in operation by 2015.

Tests show China's new-generation high-speed trains can run as fast as 486.1 km.p.h., a record high in the world.

Li also disclosed China will put dual-powered high-speed trains into operation next year, with self-owned intellectual properties. The trains, driven by electric force and cells, will mainly be used for inter-city routes traveling 200-250 km.p.h., leaving no emissions.

Dual-powered trains are fueled with cells in areas without electric traction.

"The technology will fill the technology gap in the world and mark a major breakthrough in the research of high-speed train dynamics," said Li.

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