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  • Feliks
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    Green Engineering in strongbox bank...
    A simple animated explanation of HOW the private Federal Reserve steals your money and WHY it must be stoppedSubtitles now available;-Greek-English-Spanish-P...


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  • Feliks
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    Here PhotoStream proposal, which has improved aerodynamics and a little stiffness to the system add..






    some histo:




    fairey rotodyne promotional video. fantastic piece of engineering and amazing machine. saw this video whilst at uni and just love it!:-)






    Originally posted by Chopper
    Welcome back Andrew.

    One day it will fly

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  • Feliks
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    Old ideas in new study:
    This gear drive in a helicopter that is bothering me. Another way to get rid of her. By the way, turned out that the rear propeller and also you can get rid of , because the helicopter does not have the torque of the main propeller.
    The helicopter had already been built. But it had drawbacks: no, for example, could not take full advantage of autorotation, because the propeller with a hole through the center did not have good aerodynamic properties....

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sud-Ouest_Djinn

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:He..._and_blade.jpg
    I missed this problem and the propeller is as it is most optimal.
    Also today after assuming control of the helicopter adjustable nozzle (vectoring nozzle) on the outlet gases from the turbine driven, will be very precise.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turbomeca_Palouste

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...ne_of_F-35.jpg
    In summary the lack of a gear transmission and rear propeller helicopter will certainly reduce weight.















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  • AAFO_WSagar
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    Originally posted by Exhaustgases View Post
    wow! talk about off topic.
    Yea guys... I usually don't monitor this section of the forum very closely, other than to briefly scan the email digest to watch out for flaming SPAM and such...

    Regular users of this section, please feel free to notify myself or one of the other forum moderators and we'll do our best to keep this sort of thing out of here..

    Don't have time right now to clean this this thread of the BS... hopefully we can have everyone get back on topic.

    Warning... doing stuff repeatedly that annoys the users here can get yer butt deleted... You are warned...OK??? Please!!

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  • Feliks
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    Regards Andrew

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  • Apteryx
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    Originally posted by Exhaustgases View Post
    wow! talk about off topic.
    ...and REALLY annoying to have to wade through, when you're searching through threads for information...

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  • Exhaustgases
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    wow! talk about off topic.

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  • Feliks
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    http://www.wired.com/autopia/2010/06...-than-the-wind


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNbNN...eature=related

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPOql...eature=related

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sailing..._than_the_wind



    Aerodynamic coefficient Cx is very small. It is certainly much smaller than in the traditional ship...

    This is not a traditional sail 2D, but the full 3D structure. Energy is processed and used to drive water propeller. Why can swim backwards and forwards. Like a film with 2D fan.
    So many of Snoopy Ship has a much higher efficiency due to 3D

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  • Feliks
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    Originally posted by Mr. Clarkson
    Indeed it is


    The Multisnoopy Ship

    This is Beautiful..

    This is the modern variant of a sailing ship... so that the sails are not torn...

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  • Feliks
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  • Feliks
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    As if someone is not loved music, it can be so..

    ‪Snoopy And The Red Barron (Peanuts)‬‏ - YouTube


    But you should see that Snoopy House can ...fly

    ‪ANGEL GUADIANIA Snoopy VS the Red Baron‬‏ - YouTube

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  • Feliks
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    Snoopy inspired me..

    First, the architects built the pyramids, then the rectangular houses. Now for the houses in the shape of airfoil






    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ak4Jg...eature=related


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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJtYvsDKQV8&NR=1

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  • Feliks
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    Originally posted by Vicegrip
    Not stones, Concrete with much steel and piping in it. Well under 100 years old and under constant care, maintenance and upgrades. Nothing polite about this project. Read up a bit and you will find it was made out of men and material. 0.0 % clever, 100% brute force and slide rule engineering.
    Concrete is a pile of stones, only a tiny...

    If we use the design of computers, calculators to calculate the type,



    It can be 100% clean design
    And even more politely 'll gain energy. And then it will be possible, for the next 4000 years.

    Andrew

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  • Feliks
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    Originally posted by Henning
    Well, with that lovely airfoil texture, I'm sure that that will start producing usable amounts of energy any time it's within the eyewall of a hurricane....
    Also such a pile of stones, and a dangerous element of water, politely puts 2000 MW....





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  • Feliks
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    Originally posted by Vicegrip
    Correct if you calulate based on single lift pulse per wing cycle. Bees get 2 lifts per wing cycle. People used to think the earth was flat and at the the center too.

    Please to let us know how to make complex structures that are both strong enough to self suport and to resist 4000 years of storms? We simple people can see how a simple shape pile of rocks could last in an area that does not see sub 0C temps. Now all you need to do is figure out how to make electricity from a pile of rocks.
    The pile of rocks:




    Originally posted by BlackTalon
    Hmmm, as someone with a structural engineering background, I see potential problems with that structure
    Originally posted by Lupin..the..3rd
    Needs more rocks.
    Originally posted by Vicegrip
    No, I think it needs less air.
    And I have hope that over the last 4,000 years we have learned, to build something more than just the pyramids and the pyramids....

    Andrew

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