Aviation and Supersonic Transport
Development of Ecat Flight
Via Hypersonic Propulsion
High-Speed Transportation Systems Using Renewable Energy For Air & Space Travel
LENR Ecat to Evolve the Transportation Industry
Long before the climate crisis took hold, scientists dreamed of a day when high-speed transportation systems based on renewable energy would become the rule — rather than the exception — for air, land and water travel.
LENR is the next step in terrestrial propulsion and beyond. Cars have had the same fuel source for more than 100 years. Rocketry has been nearly the same.
The energy density is scalable and can be used in small to very large applications. If we're going to get serious about boldly going where no man has gone before, and send humans beyond the solar system, we will need a cheap and plentiful energy source to help us get there. The Ecat could be just the ticket for powering our interstellar mission. LENR removes the massive amounts of fuel required which makes a lighter craft and easy to leave Earth’s gravitational field. Cost per kilogram is projected to be 1/10 of conventional launch vehicles.
LENR’s high energy density will be a huge advantage for aviation. It can enable long range and high speed global transportation. A Ecat reactor could power electric motors for the propulsion system. A Stirling engine could be used to mechanically drive propellers. The main propulsion would utilize LENR turbojets or turbofans.
Comfortable global passenger transport powered by LENR could change how airlines operate and compete. More non stop flights, cabin area per passenger, and customer comforts. Small aircraft that operate independent of runways could exploit LENR to keep their weight low in order to achieve vertical takeoff. Aircraft could operate at subsonic or transonic speeds and have long range capability.
Large ocean cargo transport is another application. Winged ocean cargo transport would fill the gap between large cargo aircraft that deliver packages in two days and large ocean ships that deliver cargo in two to four weeks. The shipping containers are carried in the wings. The aircraft concept described here would carry standard shipping containers and use the existing piers. LENR would enable new configurations that could be easily integrated with the current ocean cargo infrastructure and it would enable more cargo to be carried for longer range/endurance. Missions would have a range of about 10,000 nautical miles and at least a 150 knot cruise velocity. This would allow for delivery in 4 to 5 days.
We are developing technologies of “super flight” propulsion and concentrating on the following methods:
- Kowsky-Frost Propulsion Effect
- Toroidal Drive / Fluidic Torus (M-Drive)
- Podkletnov Disk
- Phased Displacement Drive Mark II
- Herringbone Plate / Warp Coil
- HHO Hypersonic Drag Reduction
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