Science Information

UAV Blimps Powered By Hydro-Electric Motors Using Hydro and Fluid Dynamic Theory


I believe it is possible to design a pilot-less hydro-electric blimp which would have a propulsion system which never requires fuel and would be based on a Perpetual Motion Machine which uses fluid dynamics in a hydro-electric. First the shape of this thing would be similar to the new shopping mall shade cover on the Las Vegas Strip. An oblong flying saucer shape would be two of these, which would be stacked like pancakes. They would be apart by 1/3 the length of each symmetrically shaped oblong saucers shaped lighter than air blimps. In the middle would be an hourglass shaped unit. Attaching the two blimps, similar to the struts on a Baby Great Lakes Acrobatic Aircraft.

There could be two or even three of these. Each would have a hydroelectric motor with a direct drive propeller. Water tanks would be on both saucers above the hourglass configuration for thrust. There would be circulating tracks perpendicular to the direction of travel of this craft. When the water is depleted on the above tank where the water flows down the blimps would rotate and put the water back on top. This mechanism would be battery powered hooked to hydraulics.

The battery would be trickles charged by solar panel thin membranes on top of the saucers and also a little power by magnetic charges on the inner mechanism of the spinning propeller. This unit would once launched, could fly forever. And never need recharging. The issues with weight of the water providing the dynamic pressure for the at 8.2 pounds per gallon would not be an issue. Because you do not need that much water because you could increase the spin change interval of the saucers. This unit could be made big or small. Micro-hydro powered units are now being used in the houses, which allow condensed water to flow down hill and provide power for the house.

These small units can provide as little as 1-2 amps of power for mini-UAV flying balloons the size of two smashed shoe boxes for aerial surveillance. The solar micro thin cells would also heat the water a little and there for provide additional heat for the helium in side to keep the atoms moving around and providing more life. Depending on the drop of water height and speed of water, you could have the propellers hooked to a counter rotation system where by you could put two propellers front and back of each hourglass strut. The first idea for a use of this devise is to use it to patrol borders in low winds and in high winds tethered but always under power. Right now over our US Mexican border the lighter than air blimps are only up 60% of the time.

A friend in Yuma, AZ a former Boeing Research Engineer living in a Winter Snow Bird park tells me as soon as the blimps go down the flood of illegals come across. They just wait until they stop flying the surveillance blimps and come over in droves. A surveillance blimp needing no fuel has plenty of possibilities for so many applications.

"Lance Winslow" - If you have innovative thoughts and unique perspectives, come think with Lance; www.WorldThinkTank.net/wttbbs


MORE RESOURCES:
This RSS feed URL is deprecated, please update. New URLs can be found in the footers at https://news.google.com/news


The Atlantic

When Pop-Up Books Taught Popular Science
The Atlantic
But popular science books posed some new challenges for both authors and readers. Since antiquity, teachers had held that scientific subjects were best learned through pictures and working models. Beginners needed to see, touch, and manipulate the ...



Vox

Trump's not sure about believing climate science. The Saudis and Putin get the benefit of the doubt.
Vox
In a combative interview on CBS's 60 Minutes aired on Sunday, journalist Lesley Stahl pushed Trump on recent hurricanes, including Hurricane Michael, and the role many scientists say climate change is playing in extreme weather. The president has ...

and more »


Washington Post

EPA scraps pair of air pollution science panels
Washington Post
The Environmental Protection Agency moved this week to disband two outside panels of experts charged with advising the agency on limiting harmful emissions of soot and smog-forming pollutants. The agency informed scientists advising the EPA on the ...

and more »


KUSI

52 Weeks of Science Clairemont: One Year Celebration
KUSI
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The Fleet Science Center's 52 Weeks of Science Clairemont is celebrating one year today. Elizabeth Alvarez was live at Madison High School to check it out. 52 Weeks of Science brings researchers, engineers and scientists to local ...



STAT

Science cities, stealing IP, and hyper-competition: a China hand's intelligence briefing
STAT
To mix thing up a little, STAT did a Q&A with a judge on a Chinese game program called “The Super Brain Show,” the country's most popular television series. Robert Desimone also happens to be one of the world's leading neuroscientists and director of ...



Marshall given science grant for sophisticated microscope
mySanAntonio.com
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) — Marshall University has been awarded a nearly $400,000 National Science Foundation grant to purchase a sophisticated microscope to be used in research and teaching. The university says in a news release the field emission ...

and more »


Forbes

'First Man' Strives To Get The Science And The Story Right
Forbes
I was born the year the United States first landed on the Moon. I've grown up with those images and with a respect—bordering on reverence—for astronauts in general. NASA has been a source of innovation and a beacon of inspiration for decades.
The Neil Armstrong biopic 'First Man' captures early spaceflight's terrorScience News

all 1,148 news articles »


Science Daily

Scientists achieve first ever acceleration of electrons in plasma waves
Science Daily
AWAKE is an international scientific collaboration, made up of engineers and scientists from 18 institutes, including CERN and the Max Planck Institute for Physics in Germany. A UNIST-based research group, led by Professor Moses Chung in the Department ...

and more »


Madison.com

Lunchroom leftovers make for an 'eye-opening' science project
Madison.com
The project was a new twist to the Wisconsin Science Festival produced by the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, UW-Madison and the Morgridge Institute for Research. This year the Wisconsin Society of Science Teachers and the Wisconsin Science ...



STAT

Coming to terms with six years in science: obsession, isolation, and moments of wonder
STAT
The scientists I worked alongside had their compulsions as well. Obsessed with our projects, we worked 60 to 90 hours a week. Together, we normalized our monomania. At times it was beautiful — a force building upon itself to generate new ideas and ...


Google News

home | site map | Xray Photography
© 2006