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Coanda Effect Flying Saucer

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My model of coanda effect flight sauser. The first successful test.
My video of my prototype vertical take-off and landing unmanned aircraft, which uses the Coanda effect to generate lift by blowing air from a central fan over its curved surface. It is a model of Aesir craft.. Link to test of my onboard computer prototype implemented for thricopter flight system: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sfdH2tGgF1g Just for information, Coanda effect is : "The Coandă effect /ˈkwɑːndə/ is the tendency of a fluid jet to be attracted to a nearby surface." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coand%C4%83_effect , http://jnaudin.free.fr/images/coandapat1.gif





The Yu-Fly lifter
One of the Shaastra 2007 SoE projects at IIT Madras. More on it here - http://amrut.wordpress.com/2007/10/03/spirit-of-engineering-yu-fly/ and here - http://www.shaastra.org/n/events/Yu+Fly





avrocar
http://seofollow.net/blog The VZ-9- AV Avrocar was a Canadian VTOL aircraft developed by Avro Aircraft as part of a secret US military project carried out in the early years of the Cold War. Two prototypes were built as "proof-of-concept" test vehicles for more advanced USAF fighter and US Army tactical combat aircraft. The Avrocar intended to exploit the Coandă effect to provide lift and thrust from a single "turborotor." Thrust from the rotor was diverted out the rim of the disk-shaped aircraft to provide anticipated VTOL-like performance. In the air, it would have resembled a flying saucer. In flight testing, the Avrocar proved to have unresolved thrust and stability problems that limited it to a degraded, low-performance flight envelope; subsequently, the project was cancelled in 1961





Homebuilt DIY Flying Saucer (Economy Model) Concept
Download simulator: http://www.thenerdshow.com/index.php?page=ufo That Moller skycar scares me. Have you seen the video? I can make one that's safer and quieter, if not faster, at one tenth the cost. Ok, at least I think so. This is just a concept sketch, but now you can test drive it, thanks to blender's game engine. Our economy model experimental electric powered parachute supports vertical take-off and landing and has built-in collision reducing air bags, parachute, solar, fuel cells. Inflatable, collapsible construction for easy storage and repair. For entertainment purposes only. This "unit" has not been tested and I may have accidentally booby trapped it with the dimensions I have, so if you build it, you are on your own. The bottom fan could just as easily be a Tesla Turbine, but unlike Tesla's craft, this one does not need to run on transmitted power. We have on-board power now, thanks to modern advancements in lithium ion batteries and fuel cells. Again, this is just an economy model terrestrial craft. If you want cheap space travel, you're asking for a piece of the sky. That would be like asking for fluoride-free tap water, but it's your money...





Coanda effect flight saucer test 2
Coanda effect flight saucer , indoor test 2.





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