Quaving pack

First of all, I suppose that the jetpack’s fuel explodes the jetpack, or the fuel’s theoreticall volume is too great for having an acceptable stamina, because they don’t burn intense enough, and we can’t even levitate with a jetpack, due to the fact that the thrust would egual the normal force from the resistance, while having gravity but we have quaving packs!

I didn’t invent the shape of the propellor below though. There’s maybe a better practical design too. With nine blades as example, like I’ve seen, or maybe more, OR five or four blades may be better in the end, becuase there would be more space for the hydrocarbons. I guess that a coaxial rotor would suffice with twice the amount of four blades.

I must note though that the quaving packs fit a lot better in damp countries when the weather is cool and cloudy like in the Netherlands, although damp & sunny weather is fine too, while it might fit when it’s dry too, and it seems fun for me to do so with buildings, which are like the city of Amersfoort, although I doubt that they would be happy with that.

Quaving in the sky, and walking over buildings with a pack has always been a dream to me. Inspired by Super Mario Sunshine from Nintendo in my childhood.

On the left is the shape of the propeller, because the air barely inhibits the propeller, because it flows around the propeller, and the kinetic energy supports it’s achieved velocity once it’s already reached. We don’t use two propellors as a coaxial rotor, because it doesn’t make that much of a difference or it maybe actaully does. Both propellers (maybe coaxial) have a resulting lift. The rotor is made from aluminum, until a better material has been found.

I suppose that we can use DC electricity for the 3-phase voltage installation by slightly displacing one super-electromagnet (coil around neodymium).

The propellor is fused above to a cylinder shaped supermagnet (neodymium) with a screwed 3-phase voltage installation. Fastened by optionaly big screws and maybe with a double hitch (mastworp in dutch) for the wires/cables. The double hitch (mastworp in dutch) would be the coil. The super-electromagnets (coils around neodymium bars) are shaped like a beam. The super-electromagnets (coils around neodymium bars) are covered above by steep Pytagoras triangles, so it’s streamlined. The steep Pytagoras triangles have a circular depth which is being fused at the side. Each super-electromagnet (coil around neodymium) has an enter hole. The super-electromagnets (coils around neodymium) don’t float in mid air of course, so they are screwed to a platform, which is connected (fused) to the side.

The regular cylinder (A) fits tightly inside a hollow bigger cylinder (B). The rotating smaller cylinder (A) doesn’t get out of the hollow cylinder (B), due to the fact that it’s partly closed of at the top (bend over), but the bend’s edge should leave enough space to fuse cylinder (A) to cylinder (C). Cylinder C is fused around to the propellor, while cylinder C is above fused to the supermagnetic neodymium cylinder D above the propellor. Hollow cylinder (B) is fused to four sideways rods like a x which are fused against the pipe, while the rods are streamlined too, so they are like an equilaterol triangle. The distance to the super-electromagnets (a coil around neodymium) and the cylinder shaped neodymium supermagnet should be as short as possible.

The following is just the same as here above, but however on the bottom.

Cylinder (A) should beneath be fused to another cylinder (E), while cylinder B prevents cylinder (A) and actually all cylinders from falling down, due to the fact that it’s partly closed of at the bottom (bend over) as well. Cylinder B’s bottom edge should leave enough space to fuse cylinder (A) to Cylinder E. Cylinder E should be fused around to a propellor, so that’s what would make it coaxial, and cylinder E is beneath fused to a supermagnetic neodymium cylinder (F).

The coaxial rotor can also be horizontal or tilted for other applications. We have to take the sidewways equilaterol triangle rods and the steep circular Pytagoras triangles into account.

Both supermagnetic cylinder D and supermagnetic cylinder F rotate by two different respective 3-phase voltage instalations. The 3-phase voltage installations are supermagnetic neodymium beams with fastened coils. Motor oil could be wise, while we can hopefully trap the motor oil inside the hollow cylinder with the trapping edge.

GO TO: Energy infrastructure.

We make air flow very fast, due to laminar flow and the low viscosity, because the normal force from the side of the inside from the holes by the compressed air accelerates the air by laminar flow, because the curvature is compressed to accelerate the center (the two endpoints from the curvature are pushed together),

because a narrow river streams faster, or even clearer it’s like a shower, which doesn’t work properly for this. This along with the very low viscosity of air.

The entrance and the exit shouldn’t be too narrow though to capture more air, and the quaving packs shouldn’t be too shallow in height, because the viscosity would increase too much.

We increase the flow of air by putting power tubes (about 7,5 cm long tubes) where the air enters above, and at the top of the bottom where the air leaves.

The air goes inside small tubes with small shallow pyramids (I guess I should excuse myself for the people of Egypt) between the tubes for streamlining, so imagine a pattern where each shallow pyramid is surounded by four holes, while also being surounded by four shallow pyramids in a sideways way. Just like the pattern of a chess board.

The holes lead into tubes of course. The entire pattern is shaped like a square. The entire pattern is at the top of the cylinders that contain the rotors, and above the bottom of the cylinders which contain the rotors.

We drill the tubes with a denser material at the hollow cylinders which contain the rotors, although the entire quaving pack isn’t just shaped like two cylinders of course. I suppose that the pyramids are shallow in height, while the ground plane isn’t too big (the square at the bottom of the pyramids).


We use proper Piëzoelectric materials, which are incited by STRONG (some kind of power steering) bicycle like handles that have have a hand brake (the proper Piëzoelectric materials are surrounded in a gas/fluid under a high pressure), although the braking mechanism is used to activate the quaving pack in this case, while the handles should be optimized to enable a SUITING grab (a vertical version of the bicycle like handles could perhaps be fine). The moving part of the handle should maybe longer.

We use the handles to adjust the voltage (power), because we fall quite fast, so the handles activate (charge) the wires/cables by the Pïezoelectric effect, while the wires/cables go to some eroded space of the pack. The wires/cables are isolated with vinyl as example. Those wires/cables go to their respective transformers before they go to their respective switched rotors. The transformers are in front of the cylinders that contain the rotors, so the transformers are closer to our back than the cylinders which contain the rotors. The goal is to be perpetual of course. The main material shouldn’t conduct the electricity of course, so we don’t shock ourselves.

I assume that wains (my negative semiconducter) accelerate electrons, so we would use the wains here as well or probably just the garmen without the sodium chloride. I hope that the garmen is a solid. We could then use garmen wires/cables OR there is copper (as example) at the start and end of the wire/cable, while garmen is in between with a transition from copper to garmen, in case garmen is powder like or liquid and maybe a gas

GO TO: Fast compact battery.

We could use an oxidizing agant, but it wouldn’t be perpetual, so we hopefully don’t need it.

The entire pack isn’t shaped like two big cylinders.

Indeed, I was planning to use the gyroscope for steering, but I ditched the idea, because I couldn’t apply it properly myself. I really hope that someone else can!!!

We neclect zero turns for the formula, but we don’t make a coil around the primary super-electromagnet. We can maybe move around by solely leaning the handles, but I hope that it get’s improved.

I was planning to combine it with some sort of suiting hang glider in the old days. It would have to be sturdy.

I’m thinking about the soundblasts now though, and we would then have to use some seeing and breathing masks for the adverse wind, but it’s probably too dangerous for most people.

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