2017
Aerospace & Defense

SkyAuto will be a two-seater VTOL [Vertical Take Off & Landing Aircraft]. Having three small jet engines mounted at three sides of the VTOL, it will fly using "auto-pilot." My aim is to make it for defense transportation with enhanced security and advanced navigation. It can be used for Space Exploration as well since the cockpit has almost 360 degree view.

Design Description:
The three small jet engines will be fit at the sides of the craft. The cockpit will be like an "Egg" shaped shelter which will be fully made of glass except the basement. While the three jet engines make thrust, the whole thrust will coincide at centre of gravity of the VTOL. Instead of using wings, my aim ...

About My Project :-
The war against terrorism is on the rise and many such things are arising in most countries of the world. Only sleeper cells (name of our project) can change the tide of war in favor of user. It’s not like a traditional bombing, it’s much more than that because it will increase the accuracy of bombing in difficult terrains such as terrorist hideouts, attacks on bunkers in wars, and many more such hectic situations. It has a unique ability of hiding in any surroundings because of its camouflage for surprise attacks. It has a dual mode operation system, manual and autonomous for different terrains and situations, and it can be also used for surprise attacks.

Operating ...

SATTO Rapid Repair Systems are a revolution in repairing damaged aircraft cabin interiors. Fully compliant with REACH, MSDS requirements and setting the industry standard for engineering support with EASA Approved Technical documents.

SATTO Rapid Repair Systems are fast, ultra-strong and long lasting. Following our clear instructions, repairs can be carried out on-wing or in a workshop — no need for specialised tools or lengthy technician training.

This entry presents SOLLUX - SATTO's innovative new system for repairing composite components such as overhead bins, sidewalls, etc. Fully backed up with Engineering Orders, the SOLLUX system is fully tested and allows for use on all commercial aircraft.

Bonding composite repair materials currently used within the industry require a cure time of ...

Space exploration can advance rapidly once there is widespread interest, adoption and access by a large fraction of humanity, whose skills and talents can bring new and innovative thinking to the most pressing challenges in the field. One of the major barriers to space exploration is the high rocket launch costs. Nanosatellites such as CubeSats offer a low-cost standard for building and launching miniature spacecraft that can do more with less. However, even these platforms cost $100,000 for a 1U (10 cm x 10 cm x 10 cm) and $300,000 for a 3U to ride to Low Earth Orbit (LEO). These high costs put out of reach most educational institutions, small-businesses and individuals from the ability to build and ...

Aboard the International Space Station astronauts experience a micro-gravity environment: the weight of humans and objects appears to be absent, thanks to the absence of stress and strain normally resulting from externally applied, mechanical contact-forces. This weightlessness has adverse effects on the human neural system, cardiovascular system, and musculoskeletal system. Firstly, regarding the neural system, two major problems arise, mainly because of the absence of the ground reaction force: a confusion of the vestibular system, and a possible deterioration of the neural model of posture and locomotion. Secondly, the main cardiovascular problem that arises, because of a fluid redistribution to the upper body, is an inability to maintain blood pressure towards the lower extremities. Thus, orthostatic intolerance and hypotension ...

I had an idea for a space sail for interstellar travel. The premise of the sail works on Light and Dark, similar to the toy spinners in a vacuum bulb where one is painted white and the other side painted black. This is a well known concept and can be found on the internet in many places. My idea is to bring three new materials together to create a flexible lightweight interstellar space sail that is practical for commercial use.

In talking with Liane Hopuluk (Lowell MI) she told me that she recently discovered a material (Skived PTFE ThermoPore_.020” thick DF230 ePTFE1) sold by Ken Milam, which comes tissue paper thin and is very flexible, even at -20C, and ...

STAR TO STAR DIRECT COMMUNICATION SYSTEM

Innovation

Stars emit massive numbers of photons of which some are waste some are converted into other. This is to use wasted photons emits by stars for communication with stars to stars. It does not have calculated the exact number of stars. But to one star others are visible. My idea to use the old light house communication system for communication by covering and uncovering the star by a machine.

Manufacturability

It can use the satellites which send close to the other stars. Need only simple shelter which may be folded and expanded. Just like a window screen.

Marketability

In practical MIS is required. Market research is one way to find the target ...

State of the Art, Novel Technology, Featured Project Development / Space, Satellite and Habitat, Power-Plant, Generator, Self-Feed Unit; H2O=>HHO=>H2O=>HHO=>Etc... *4 Systems All in One Unit, One By One, Plus Four-4 Projects added One to Other; *·1-Gearturbine, ·2-Imploturbocompressor, ·3-Dynamic Generator, ·4-Electrolysis System:

·1-GEARTURBINE; Rotary-Turbo-InFlow Tech, Have the similar basic system of the Aeolipilie Heron Steam Turbine device from Alexandria 10-70 AD * With Retrodynamic = DextroRPM VS LevoInFlow + Ying Yang Way Power Type - Non Waste Looses *8X/Y Thermodynamic CYCLE Way Steps. 4 Turbos, Higher efficient percent. No blade erosion by sand & very low heat target signature Pat:197187IMPI MX Dic1991 Atypical Motor Engine Type.

·2-IMPLOTURBOCOMPRESSOR; One Moving Part System Excellence Design - The InFlow Interaction comes from Macro-Flow ...

Background and Motivation: Many missions would benefit from a stratospheric platform (or set of stratospheric platforms) that could remain stationary over, or close to, the Earth’s equator for extended periods of time: large aperture infrared telescopes; communications relays for equatorial regions (e.g., Indonesian archipelago); Earth observation. Airships are less expensive than satellites and can fly higher than traditional aircraft. However, despite billions of dollars invested (indicating market potential), there are no long-endurance airships capable of station-keeping in the stratosphere.

Manufacturability: All major elements in the concept are demonstrably within current state-of-the-art, although they have never been combined into a single system. All elements can be manufactured, integrated, and flown by a corporate team in Oregon and Washington State.

Finessing the ...

TWO SEATS (PILOT AND CREW) COMBAT, STEALTH AND STOVL AIRPLANE HAVING THE FOLLOWING MAIN CHARACTERISTICS:

LENGHT= 20,6 m

WINGSPAN= 14,2 m

HEIGHT= 3,66 m (Gears out)

MTOW= about 40,000.00 kgs

CEILING= 60,000.00 ft

SPEED= over 2,2 MACH (IAS)

ENGINES= N.2 PW100 powered FADEC (190 kN per single engine with AB)

FAN LIFT= 90 kN + (12+12 kN) FADEC

WEAPONS (MAIN CONFIGURATION):

- N.1 M61A1 VULCAN 6BARRELS CANNON

- N.1 JDAM JBU-31 (FRONT CENTRAL WEAPON BAY)

- N.2 AMRAAM (FRONT CENTRAL WEAPON BAY)

- N.2 AIM7 SPARROW (FRONT CENTRAL WEAPON BAY)

- N.2 AIM7 SPARROW (SIDEWARD FRONT CENTRAL WEAPON BAY RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE)

- N.2 AIM9 SIDEWINDER (SIDEWARD FRONT CENTRAL WEAPON BAY RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE)

- N.2 AIM7 ...

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