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For any type of fast transportation through earth' | For any type of fast transportation through earth' | ||

resistance) will be important. The drag force is roughly proportional to the | resistance) will be important. The drag force is roughly proportional to the | ||

- | velocity squared, the surface area of the moving object and the air density. So assuming we won't have [[https:// | + | velocity squared, the surface area of the moving object and the air density. So assuming we won't have [[https://ideally in a vehicle with a small drag coefficient. Some simple ways to make travel more energy efficient are: |

* Reduce the maximum speed of cars to say 60 km/h | * Reduce the maximum speed of cars to say 60 km/h |