Modeling Antigravity Phenomena for Next Generation Propulsion

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As of the early 21st century, there have been no new breakthroughs in the manners of propulsion for aerospace craft. Our generation has suffered this lack of breakthrough. Today we use fossil fuels and rocket propulsions to move around. What is needed is a paradigm shift in propulsion technology. Newtonian Law states gravity is an attractive force, Einstein states gravity is a curvature in space-time not a force. EngIO is taking the effects of gravity and creating a push-pull model. Then model this Spaciode craft using this new technology to maneuver and control while in Earth atmosphere as traditional aircraft today using Fly-By-Wire, FBW model. The TWO main differences between traditional Helicopters, Airplanes and this new craft are the sources and locations of the thrust, lift forces and shape of the craft. By governing the gravity component f(gio) a resulting force Fi is generated for full freedom of movement of Yaw, Pitch, Roll and translational displacement. For example, if the EngineIO were initiated while resting on earth surface the Spaciode craft would hover in place. When control of the anti-gravity component is applied, it would elevate the Spaciode craft into space at accelerations beyond what currently existing aerospace technology. This is a complex control problem. This is objective for this new space-aircraft – SPACIODE. Furthermore, second mode of the EngineIO is creating an attractive force pulling the Spaciode forward just as if a very massive planet is ahead of the Spaciode-craft, not beneath. Properly executed with antigravity technology under full control has the potential of replacing current aerospace technologies, for Aircraft, Helicopter, and Spacecraft. This much required Spaciode craft can be released with funding.

The Spaciode craft operates in different modes. In the Low earth orbit mode where atmosphere’s components (wind resistance, Air pressure) contribute to the aerospace flight regime the Flight system is designed to be sensed and feedback those vectors into the flight computer. The second mode of operation is where there is no atmosphere so the resulting Force vectors due to wind and air resistance are not contributors to the flight controller. There is no such aircraft, flight control system or EngIO. The Flight Control System is designed for both of these modes and will be developed for the Spaciode craft. Controlling the thrust and tilt angle of the EngIO push-pull engine is part of this flight Control System. The EngIO are located at the edges of the Spaciode craft and creates a moment from the center of gravity for pitch, roll and yaw control. The collective force of all x 16 EngIO’s accomplishes thrust vectoring. The author and the company IODE is creating such a vehicle, Engine EngIO, and flight controller. IODE design includes making this Spaciode craft GREEN by using efficient chemical or thermo-nuclear reaction. At the end of the day, a small amount of fuel would last months not days or weeks.


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    Carlos Medina
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    I wanted to developing a new spacecraft space engine from 6 years old, I wanted to renovate space travel which due to our existing propulsion systems NASA And Space travel is stagnant and too expensive for Lunar travel and not possible for inter-galaxies travel.
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