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Flying saucer. Picture, project of a spacecraft

Principle, scheme, images of a flying saucer. Reusable spaceship of the future. Spaceship with a solar sail.

Images of a flying saucer
PRINCIPLE OF FLYING SAUCER.

Flying saucer is a reusable air / underwater / spacecraft. The motor used on it is a movable discoid sail, driven by high-frequency electromagnetic inertial propulsion drive. With the help of the wing, the inertial propulsion drive perceives the resistance of the environment and the apparatus comes in forward motion. Thus, the flying saucer uses the principle of movement of birds, fish and other species of creatures moving in a homogeneous environment. This principle is possible in virtually any environment capable of providing resistance in which waves can be created and reflected. This allows you to effectively use the resistance of the environment due to its inertness.

For example, an airplane for the most part simply overcomes air resistance, leaving behind it an air whirlwind that lasts some time by inertia. The vortex contains energy that is not used at all. A bird creating a whirlwind with a wing wave receives back some of the energy spent on it in the form of wind, which pushes it. Thus, the bird is more efficient than the aircraft. But it is technically difficult to create a powerful and fast apparatus in the form of a bird or fish. Such designs have a large number of moving parts that do not withstand the load on friction and vibration, if you install a powerful engine on them. Unlike the ornithopter wing, the wing of the flying saucer will be able to vibrate with high frequency and low amplitude, like the membrane of an acoustic speaker. This can be achieved through the use in the design of the electromagnetic drive of the wing. The suspension of the wing on a magnetic cushion will allow you to realize greater power and frequency of oscillation with a low mechanical load.

The work of the wing in the air or water can be described as follows. The wing makes a fast ascending impulse, as a result of which a shock wave is formed above it, and the flying saucer begins to be drawn into the region of reduced pressure formed behind it. An annular vortex is formed under the wing, which follows it by inertia. Then the wing begins to make a reverse movement downward at low speed, and the flying saucer pushes off from the whirlwind, which catches up with it, carrying it upwards.


The principle of flying saucer.
The principle of flying saucer.

Provided that the force of the vortex is greater than the force of gravity, a lift is created. The protruding central part works as a vortex concentrator, forming a lifting force, concentrating it over the center of gravity. With a high frequency of vibration, this process can be characterized as acoustic levitation, at which the object itself creates its own wave environment. The wing alternately creates strong waves in the upward direction and weak ones downwards. Strong waves exert predominant pressure on the wing and push it up. In other words, the wing pumps air from the upper hemisphere to the lower one and creates an air cushion under it.

The explanation of this phenomenon is that the temporary compression of air leads to the release of the energy of repulsion of atoms in the form of a vortex.


The reason for the formation of a vortex.
The reason for the formation of a vortex.

The picture shows the atoms or molecules of a liquid or gas, which are as close as possible to each other and at the same time equidistant. In this case, the only possible position in which they can be relative to each other is triangles, which are combined into hexagons. This corresponds to the crystal structure of water.

Atom 1 gets a boost. Suppose that atoms move along the path of least resistance, as the arrows indicate. If these are billiard balls, then each time the impulse 1 will be divided by 3 and will lose power. But if these are atoms or molecules that oscillate, then each time during a collision, the pulse energy will increase, because the vibrating object itself creates a repulsion impulse. There will be a chain reaction, which will lead first to the formation of multiple vortices, the prerequisites for which there is in the figure, turning into large vortices. The wing converts the force of the vortex into motion. Thus, the driving force of the flying saucer is air resistance. Consequently, the energy that drives the flying saucer is taken from the air.

To achieve greater effect, the wing can be in the form of an umbrella or a cone, which helps to reduce the resistance when moving up and when moving down. But such a wing is very unstable, and to keep it in a stable position will require a considerable expenditure of energy. For maximum efficiency, the difference between the speed of its movement up and down is much more important. Therefore, it is optimal to use a symmetrical or close to symmetrical profile.


AERODYNAMIC SCHEME OF FLYING SAUCER.

The aerodynamic design of a flying saucer is, in essence, a flying wing. Possessing low resistance and large wing area, it can have a high aerodynamic quality in terms of the airframe. To do this, the aerodynamic profile must be balanced so that the force of the incident flow is compensated by the oppositely directed force.


Sustainable planning of flying saucer.
Sustainable planning of flying saucer.

The mass of the device should be evenly distributed over the entire area of the wing. The concentration of mass in the center makes horizontal flight unstable. With perfect balancing, the flight of such a glider has a long arc trajectory and with a large concentration of mass in the center there is a rotation. Large aerodynamic quality has a wing with a flat profile.


Characteristics of various types of flying saucers.
Characteristics of various types of flying saucers.

Flying saucer planning can occur with greater speed and less height loss compared to a conventional glider. Saucer has a stable-unstable aerodynamic configuration. Its center of gravity is in aerodynamic focus. This allows her to make sharp maneuvers, a fairly stable horizontal flight, but requires constant monitoring of its angle of attack. A feature of such a glider is that it can make a vertical descent, like a parachute.

Controlling a glider in the shape of a flying saucer can be achieved by deflecting the aerodynamic control surfaces, but it is more efficient to use the engine to control it. The wing must have at least 3 independent drives for control. As a result of asymmetric oscillations of the disk, different wave power is achieved by separate parts and uneven lifting force. This will cause the disk to tilt, and the flying saucer will move in a horizontal flight in the direction of the tilt, sliding along the wave created by it, tilting forward.


Horizontal flight of flying saucer.
Horizontal flight of flying saucer.

Ring vortex around flying saucer.
Ring vortex around flying saucer.

A sharp increase in the angle of attack will lead to a sharp deceleration, which can be compared with the maneuvers of helicopters. With sufficient engine power, the saucer will be able to develop hypersonic speed. Due to the magnetic drive of the wing, the speed of its oscillations and, accordingly, the speed of the flow of the environment from the upper hemisphere to the lower can exceed the speed of sound. With a high rate of vibration, the air surrounding the flying saucer turns into a plasma due to friction caused by the operation of the disk.


SPACE SHIP OF THE FUTURE.

Achieving the required characteristics of rigidity and heat resistance of the wing will allow the flying saucer to enter the atmosphere of the planet and bounce at a speed greater than the original, thanks to the work of the wing. This can be used to maintain the orbiter and to obtain additional acceleration during the gravitational maneuver, during which the saucer will pass through the atmosphere of the planet. With a small power sufficient to maintain a stable position, the plate can use the force of the wind for flight, as well as a bird hovering in the wind.

In space, a flying saucer can receive acceleration with the help of a wing in the form of a photon mirror and sail. The presence of an electron gun on board will allow the use of the wing and as a mirror of an electric sailing antenna. But unlike conventional ships that use the power of the solar wind to move in space, you can speed up flying not only by determining the pressure of the particles, but also by pushing them away.

Inertial propulsion drive works much more efficiently when there is constant resistance on one side and there is no resistance in the direction of motion. Despite the fact that the solar wind has a very low density, and in it the work of the wing will not be as effective as air or water, the pressure on it of light from only one side will allow the inertia to repel in the direction of the wind and at an angle. Thanks to this, the flying saucer will be able to accelerate and maneuver more effectively than ordinary space sailing ships. It is assumed that it is possible to generate electromagnetic waves in the direction of motion and to perceive their pressure using a sail, which corresponds to the model of motion of the apparatus in a liquid and gaseous medium.

Such a flying saucer will be autonomous and will be able to make interstellar flights, takeoffs and landings on planets with atmosphere. Its flight will look like this: having made a vertical take-off from the ground or water, it will go into horizontal flight with a trajectory of an ascending arc, during which it will gain altitude and accelerate to a speed sufficient to overcome the gravitational field. After that, she made a sharp maneuver, will go into space. Having deployed the sail towards the Sun, the flying saucer will continue to accelerate, using the power of the solar wind. By passing the planets of the solar system and touching their atmosphere with a wing, it will receive additional acceleration. And ultimately, starting from the atmosphere of the last planet in the right direction, leave the limits of the solar system and continue to accelerate with a sail.


The flight path of a flying saucer using the force of the solar wind and rebounding from the atmosphere of the planets.
The flight path of a flying saucer using the force of the solar wind and rebounding from the atmosphere of the planets.


EXPERIMENT ON CREATING AN AIRCRAFT IN THE FORM OF A FLYING SAUCER.

To confirm this concept, a series of experiments were carried out. Inertial propulsion drive was installed on the float, which has a hydrodynamic flying saucer profile. As a result of strong impulses forward and weak backwards, strong and weak waves alternately formed around the float, running in opposite directions. The difference in their pressure on the float brought him forward.


Waves caused by the work of inertial propulsion drive.
Waves caused by the work of inertial propulsion drive.

Next, the inertial propulsion drive was installed on the wing in the form of a flying saucer. This design had a very low efficiency and could not fully lift into the air, but clearly demonstrated the principle itself. The flying saucer received acceleration as a result of the throw and in the oncoming flow the lift of the wing increased significantly due to the engine's work. With vertical acceleration, the saucer with the engine on was held longer in the air, starting from the ascending stream created by it. After horizontal acceleration, it quickly reached the critical angle of attack and braked with a relatively small loss of height. Due to the fact that the engine made the rear part of the wing vibrate with greater frequency than the front, in some cases when the initial angle of attack was chosen optimally, the saucer could overcome the force of the incident flow, lifting the nose up and tilting it down. As a result of this, the flying saucer continued its horizontal flight for a while with l loss of altitude.


The scheme of a flying saucer with inertial propulsion drive.
The scheme of a flying saucer with inertial propulsion drive.

Rigid flying saucer design.
Rigid flying saucer design.

Inertial propulsion flying saucer.
Inertial propulsion flying saucer.

Vibration of the disk in flight.
Vibration of the disk in flight.

Vibration of the trailing edge of the wing in horizontal flight.
Vibration of the trailing edge of the wing in horizontal flight.


CONSTRUCTION OF FLYING SAUCER.

The engine consists of three groups of electromagnets that form magnetic pillows, on which a wing is suspended. Vibrations of the wing are created by a sharp increase and a gradual decrease in the power of individual magnets. The control is carried out by adjusting the power between the 3 object magnets. The control system must include a frequency generator and on-board computer to ensure stability. Power must be supplied from the reactor.

The design of the wing should have the utmost rigidity, heat resistance and reflectivity. It must be made entirely of working skin, perceiving the entire load, thanks to stiffeners and the use of iridium in its composition. Insufficient rigidity of the wing, or deflection of plating segments will reduce its effectiveness. The design of the wing must be welded or monolithic, which can be achieved by electroplating. This will prevent its destruction as a result of vibrations and allow its resonating ability to be performed.

The wing can be separated from the central part and it can be a whole shell around it. In this case, the design should include protruding or sliding elements for communication and observation, and a hatch. All units with the exception of wing magnets should be installed on the central part, but as far as possible from the center for better balancing. They can be inside the wing, but should not come into contact with it. The cavity inside the wing can be like a ballast compartment when immersed in water.


Driving a flying saucer with a mechanical wing drive.
Driving a flying saucer with a mechanical wing drive.

The scheme of a flying saucer with an electromechanical drive of the wing.
The scheme of a flying saucer with an electromechanical drive of the wing.

The scheme of a flying saucer with an electromagnetic drive of the wing, which is an integral shell.
The scheme of a flying saucer with an electromagnetic drive of the wing, which is an integral shell.

The scheme of radio-controlled flying saucer.
The scheme of radio-controlled flying saucer


DEVELOPMENT REUSABLE SPACECRAFT.

The development of such a spacecraft is possible in the near future, but will require the introduction of the most modern innovative technologies. The principle underlying it can be applied now and to create small flying robots, satellites capable of keeping in orbit, using remote spacecraft and underwater vehicles, balloons that use drag to move forward.


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