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AirShip Technologies Group

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AirShip In-Flight AirShip In-Flight AirShip VTOL UAV Hydraulic Slide Forward and Aft Doors The exterior fuselage aerodynamic front to the rear quarter panels, slide forward doors, low aspect wings, rear V-Wing and anterior panels are constructed from composites. 130568935 AirShip VTOL UAV Ducted Fan Rotor Turbines The ATG AirShp VTOL UAV does not use exposed rotors, and the aircraft is able to operate safely with human operators in close proximity because the ducted fan rotor assemblies are enclosed. The turbines accelerate the airstream and add momentum to the mass of air through the turbine sufficiently to provide for vertical lift capacity to lift the ATG VTOL to the desired altitude. Compared to the efficiency of conventional rotorcraft rotors, the ATG?s two lateral and rear ducted fan assemblies have greater efficiency in utilizing horsepower at the turbines in moving the mass of air required to provide the desired lift. The ducted fan assemblies maximize the air mass flow without the loss of air at the rotor tips experienced with conventional rotorcraft rotor blades. The extreme high velocity of the air through the turbines compensates for their short turbine disc diameter as compared to the diameter of conventional. 130569819 ATG VTOL UAV Design and Performance The ATG VTOL UAV is considered a transformer aircraft because of its ability to transform autonomously and on command into multiple configurations that expand its mission?s capability. From the lateral view, the AirShip is aerodynamic and hides the forward turbine assemblies while showing detail of the curved fuselage, rear V-Wing tail and canard supports. Ground speed acceleration is specified at 65 miles/hour within 5 seconds while traveling via motor in-wheel drive train. The vehicle redlines at 80 miles per hour while ground breaking to zero occurs from 60 miles per hour in 116 feet. Air speed climbs to 300 nautical miles per hour through a straight line path while power is ported to six twin ducted rotor electric turbine fans. 130569820 AirShip VTOL UAV Hover Capability The aircraft?s three turbine assemblies supporting twin counter rotating ducted fan rotors (two laterals and one rear) provides the configuration to ensure the air/vehicle?s hover stability. The AirShipTG VTOL UAV is able to hover by aerodynamic means. The aircraft?s ducted fan rotors rotate, and as it does so, generates an aerodynamic propulsive lift force. The air/vehicle pulls itself upward to a hover position because of the aerodynamic force acting on its rotors as they slice through and displace air. This image illustrates the AirShipTG VTOL UAV ?pushing against the ground," as it were, and the red streamlines indicate the high-velocity air exhaust exiting through all three ducted fan rotors producing the thrust needed to keep the aircraft airborne and into a hover position. 137274489 AirShip VTOL UAV Cross Section with Air Accelerator As a part of continuous measureable improvement, AirShipTG continues to research and develop alternative industrial strength rotorless-based ducted air foil technology. The goal is to augment the AirShip VTOL UAV Transformer with alternative propulsion systems that are quieter, less complex, reduced weight and has efficient power to thrust for the ATG VTOL. In a sense, it allows for the continuing evolution of the aircraft?s future. AirShipTG is currently developing the 6-foot prototype air/vehicle for attenuation of sound propagation and acoustic impacts of liquid fuel engines with two turbo shaft engine - turbine rotor blades and will include the rear bladeless ducted fan. This development has explored the feasibility of a quietly operating High Speed Continuous Helix Air Accelerator Ducted Fan Turbine. This turbine would simultaneously accelerate the air mass through the turbine and compress the air for greater lift efficiency. 138711321