CFRM tendons and reinforcements are used at the guide beams of the Yamanashi Maglev Test Line as non magnetic material preventing electric power loss due to induced current. The following are the construction procedures for The Yamanashi Maglev Test Line.
CFRM tendons are rolled and delivered to the reel of exclusive use. CFRM tendons are pulled out from here.
CFRM tendons are pulled out and arranged in a designated position.
Using the coupler of exclusive use of CFRM tendons, they connects with steel tendons and are tensioned.
The prefabricated CFRM reinforcements are attached in a designated position.
The forms are removed, the guide beams are introduced prestress and it is completion of them.
Now the Maglev line is being tested. MAGLEV attains the maximum speed of 552 km/h in a manned vehicle run.
Photo "Maglev running on the Yamanashi Maglev Test Line" offered by CENTRAL JAPAN RAILWAY COMPANY