Aerospace & Defense
Teleportation, or the ability to instantly move people and objects from one place to another, can easily change the direction of the development of civilization. Teleportation of physical objects without violating the fundamental laws of physics, without using exotic masses, energy, warp drive,
Almost twelve years after India’s 1st lunar exploration mission, India bounced back towards the moon with Chandrayaan-2. It was launched in an attempt to deploy a rover on the lunar surface. ISRO had attempted to give the craft a controlled and soft landing.
Two concepts invented for delivering cargo to the lunar surface: OPLONAS (Oversized Payload Lander On Non-Atmospheric Somata) and MACEDONAS (Momentum Absorption Catcher for Express Delivery on Non-Atmospheric Somata). The second can derive from the first by scavenging the flexible elements of OPLONAS,
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.
Turbine jet engine designing and manufacturing. I am into aviation industry designing, manufacturing and deployment of UAVs and related products. My customers include engineering students, universities, defense, police and hobby enthusiasts. I started in this field 5 years back with many, many customers.
Ceramics have been integral in the aerospace industry due to their low-density, high compressive strength and thermal stability. However, their range of applications currently remains limited due to their generally brittle fracture behavior. Structures in nature, such as mollusk shells and enamels, have unusual combinations of stiffness, strength,
Clean air is better than dirty air, so it’s wise to reduce emissions. It will take decades to deploy sufficient infrastructure to eliminate internal combustion, however. By the time it’s completed, advances in engineered and bio-fuels will reduce emissions sufficiently to keep internal combustion relevant.
Blade fatigue, due to cavitation in rocket engine turbopumps, often triggers catastrophic system failures, costing backers of space missions, launch vehicle operators and their customers millions of dollars every year.
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