Neuera, Avrocar, Prototypes (1983) Paul Moller – Canada
AVROCAR – TOP SECRET FLYING SAUCER
In the late 50, Canadian aircraft manufacturer Avro had created Avrocar, a kind of flying car.
It was discovered that the craft was inherently unstable in flight before, because the aerodynamic pressure center was well in front of the center of gravity.
The Avrocar therefore had a mechanical stability control system independent of the pilot's controls. The turbo-rotor had a fairly large angular momentum and was to serve as a powerful gyroscope, providing "normal" flight direction. The vehicle was driven by a crew of two, placed in separate cockpits, inserted into empty areas of the cell. In practice, only one pilot was generally on board during testing. a number of flights were made with an observer in the second cockpit.
The Avro Canada VZ-9 Avrocar is an ADAV type aircraft secretly ordered from Avro Canada Aircraft Ltd. by the US government in the early years of the Cold War as a flying Jeep. The first "flight" took place on 12 November 1959
The Hiller Flight Platform had the potential to be a personal space-age flying machine.
Military Flying Platform in Simulation 3D
Round saucer sized and driven to stealing !
but attached for security..
Moller holds several diplomas and certificates:
DAM (Diploma Aircraft Maintenance) PITA, 1957
DAE (Diploma in Aerospace Engineering) PITA 1958
Master of Engineering, McGill University , 1961
PhD in aerodynamics, McGill University, 1963
Paul Moller, inventor and lecturer TED.
was also professor of aeronautics at the University of California before starting the company 1983. According to him, Decision crowdfunds was a means of ensuring public participation in the project !
And to raise money for these tests, he set up a crowdfunding campaign..
Currently, Moller has focused ! the Neuera 200: a plane with two seats, around, like a flying saucer. As the M400 Skycar, uses the Neuera 8 rotary engines Rotapower. The Neuera is designed for rescue operations, utility and entertainment. The plane-daughter Neuera, la Firefly , is designed as an emergency rescue vehicle capable of high rise rescue, and can carry up 3 passengers 1 operator.
Moller M150 Skycar
The first single seat technology demonstrator, incorporating the fuselage of a Bede BD-5 with two fan units channeled Moller. prototype only; no public demonstration flights.
Moller M400 Skycar
The prototype version powered by four engines incorporating Moller rotary rotary engines Rotapower 500 ; flew several times unmanned but attached by a safety line to a crane
Moller 400 Skycar
unbuilt Production Release.
Moller 100LS and 200LS
Vehicles driving 1 or 2 seats available, Similar to 400 Skycar
Paul Sandner Moller (born in 1936 in Fruitvale, BC, Canada) Is an engineer who has spent the past four years developing the personal vehicle vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) de Moller Skycar. engine technology developed for the Skycar has also been adapted as a platform drone called "aerobot". The engine rotapower itself was centrifuged to separate company Moller, Freedom Motors.
And today, Paul Moller, develops a different principle of flying car. La M400 Skycar, completely controlled by computer, can take off and land vertically. However, the Skycar aircraft tient plus the self. Finally, The Terrafugia companies (Escaping Earth) founded in 2006 is about to offer its Transition, a two-seater whose wings are folded against the body. It even need a pilot's license to drive, but it seems that it will not be tomorrow the sky grouillera flying cars…
the Neuera 200, a plane with two seats, around, like a flying saucer. As the M400 Skycar, uses the Neuera 8 rotary engines Rotapower. The Neuera is designed for rescue operations, utility and entertainment. The plane-daughter Neuera, la Firefly , is designed as an emergency rescue vehicle capable of high rise rescue, and can carry up 3 passengers 1 operator
SKYCAR – M 200X
Yes, after years of expectations and failed promises, flying cars finally arrived ! The prototype was built, and all we need now, These are the final safety tests to get approval from the FAA. Then, inventor Paul Moller Aerospace has realized his dream of thirty to provide a viable flying car market. Known as the M400X (aka Skycar), this car is a vehicle vertical takeoff and landing, which is also able to fly horizontally. Powered by eight engines fueled with ethanol, it is designed to travel at a speed of 500 km / h (315 my / h) at an altitude of 7600 meters (25 000 feet) or 320 km / h (200 my / h) at sea level.
A model of this four-seater car weighs 545 kg (1 200 lb), through a carbon fiber composite shell and Kevlar. In total, it should be able to fly for about 1200 (750 miles) without refueling, which gives it a fuel economy of about 10 km / litre (25 mpg). Furthermore, a top speed of 50 km / h (30 my / h) making travel over short distances achievable. In this regard, it is much more sophisticated than other flying car models – as Airbike and Terrafugia – in that it requires no runway for landing, but can run when it should cover a small part of the ground floor.
M400 Skycar, developed by Paul Moller, founder and CEO of Moller International in Davis, in California. according Moller, he is able to ride like a normal car, but he also four turbojets, which provide the thrust for lift in air. Once in the air, the fans are turning to propel the skycar like an airplane. Moller The team says it can reach speeds of up to 375 in what (600 kilometers) per hour. A computer actually control the craft, which means it will require little training. It contains 4160 HP engines (rotary) of freedom.
Moller Skycar M200
San Francisco, May 2004
La Moller Skycar M400
computer controlled Completely she will be the first flying car to find success !!!
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published by Brainy is the New Sexy on Tuesday 7 November 2017