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RES - Flying Car

The #resskycar sports car features a novel rotary-wing kinematic system that enables the road-going vehicle to lift off the roadway instantly with four passengers plus luggage. To do this, four telescopic legs are first extended and a front and rear cover are rolled up to unfold two rotary wing assemblies, each with two rotary wings rotating in opposite directions. The total of four rotary blades with a wing area of approximately 10 square meters are set in rotation so that the rotor craft takes off at around 800 revolutions per minute. During each revolution the suction side of the variable asymmetric airfoil changes two times it's orientation at the diameter P-P' of the orbit , which at 800 revolutions per minute results in 20 load shifts per second . In the upper and lower segments of the orbit, the rotating wings generate enough lift to allow the approximately 1.5-ton vehicle to lift off and fly away in any direction. The diameter P,P' with the turning points for the variable asymmetric wing profile can be inclined in the direction of travel in such a way that the lift force results in a thrust force in the direction of travel. The individual wing sections of the portal-shaped rotor blades, which are aligned parallel to the vertical axis of the vehicle, serve as rudders and stabilize the vehicle about its longitudinal axis. #aerospace #technology #engineering #innovation #lightweight #aviation #manufacturing #automation #industry #composites #sustainable #aviation #mobility #futureofmobility #aircraft #thefutureiselecric #engineering #aerodynamics #aam #uam #evtol #helicopter #thebest #electricaircraft #mechanical #engineering #mathematics #aeronautics #asktheinventor #technology #science #sustainabledevelopment #evtol



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RES - Aircab

RES-Aircab is the first and only e-mobile, capable of vertical lift directly from the asphalt. Under the 'hood' and in the 'trunk' there are two rotor modules each consisting of two counter rotating clamp-shaped rotor blades which can be unfolded, when the car is lifted by four hydraulic telescopes, while initiating the start sequence and which are re-folded after landing. The counter rotating clamp- shaped rotor blades deliver uplift in abundance in the horizontal longitudinal segments. Vertical segments of the clamp- shaped rotor blades are used as vertical stabilizer. The clamp-shaped rotor blades rotate at a speed of 800 revolutions per minute. For the rotary blade kinematics, this means 26 load changes per second. Res-Aircab is an uncompromising flying machine for four persons and can be used as an e-mobile in regular street traffic without making any compromise on driving performance due to the low center of gravity. Please contact me should you want to learn more about this fascinating new way of urban mobility.



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RES - Turbocoupé 1

Diving and climbing in flight In comparison to bird flight the maneuverability of airplanes seems somewhat complicated. Climb, descent and curve flight of manmade airplanes require individual activation of different adjustable planes such as the rudder plane, the elevator plane and the aileron plane, whereas for example a hawk shows an unsurpassed maneuverability solely executed by wings and tail. What would a future airplane look like following this role model given by nature? Is it possible to maneuver an airplane mainly by wing adjustments? The RES-Foldable Airplane reveals a new maneuvering system for the airframe of an airplane. The foldable airframe comprises a fuselage extending between a bow and a tail segment, four wings forming a square together with nodal elements, connected among each other in a way that the distance between nodal elements at the bow segment and nodal elements at the tail segment of the fuselage can be varied during flight, by either shortening or expanding the distance between bow- and tail-sided nodes. An airplane having a dihedral arrangement of the wings will climb by shortening the distance and it will descend by widening the distance between the nodes at bow and tail. Curve flight will be possible by separated adjustment of star board sided wings and port board sided wings. Changing the distance of the nodes goes hand in hand with an opposite change of the angle of attack at front and rear wings joined together by outer nodes which serve as winglets.



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RES - Turbocoupé 2

Elevations



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RES - Turbocoupé 3

Starting, Flying and Landing



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Movie 6 - RES-Turbocoupé 4

Looping in flight



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RES - Turbocar 1

Looping in Flight



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RES - Turbocar 2

Elevations



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RES - Turbocar 3

Starting, Flying and Landing