Aerospace & Defense

This is a new design that takes advantage and merges two very well-known designs.

Airfoil wings make lift by changing the direction and pressure of the air that crashes into them as they move through the sky.

Invention pertains to the mitigation of Coriolis force in a system or apparatus using a novel method of rotation. The centrifuge is rotated in its primary direction at twice the target speed of rotation, while simultaneously rotating in the opposite direction, but at once the target speed.

The principles used in a polywell fusion reactor can also be applied, and more readily, for an electron-positron antimatter collider/reactor. Polywell fusion reactors make use of the principle that electrons require much smaller magnetic energy density in order to be magnetically confined than more massive ions.

In 1923 Professor Paul Biefeld and his student Thomas Townsend Brown discovered this effect during the test of a new type of capacitor. Basically the Biefeld Brown effect is electro gravitation.

In space there is zero gravitational force and because of that astronauts cannot make fix to stay or stand on exact position compared to a gravity environment.

Researchers have developed an integrated communications and control system for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) that utilizes automatic dependent surveillance broadcast (ADS-B) technology. The system addresses safety concerns relating to UAS sharing airspace with traditional manned aircraft. This state-of-the-art system is capable of real-time situational awareness (e.g.

Varuna is our first AUV and we completed it in a one year design cycle. The vehicle is fully modelled using Solidworks software and extensively we will simulate the structural and flow analysis with ANSYS, STARCCM+ software and going to manufacture almost entirely on our campus.

Doesn’t the ever-expanding number of space launches to Earth orbit seem enormous every year? Statistics reveal fluctuating numbers between 80 and 90 per year starting from the 21st century. Leading countries compete with one another in order to lead the space industry by launching more and more spacecraft.

NASA Langley Research Center has developed composite elastic skins for covering shape-changing (morphable) structures. These skins are intended especially for use on advanced aircraft that change shapes in order to assume different aerodynamic properties.

Astronauts who spend long periods of time in weightless environments tend to suffer from loss of bone density and muscle mass. The intent of this idea is to reduce the degree to which astronauts experience these problems.

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