Real Automation seeks to present an advancement in the field of inertial propulsion. This invention demonstrates a new method for achieving self-contained inertial vehicular propulsion that uses the combined action of the rotational and linear inertia of paired flywheels.

Other known methods of inertial propulsion develop relatively low propulsion forces and a high degree of vibration compared to the energy input and size of the machines. Furthermore, existing devices lack effective directional control.

Some key features of this invention are that it is a self-contained inertial propulsion device with directional control, highly efficient, operates with a low vibration characteristic, and utilizes an advanced motor control and engineering techniques.

Having developed a method capable of delivering a high degree of thrust yield and efficiency with directional control, while neutralizing undesirable vibrations, the following device is offered for educational demonstration purposes.

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Inertial propulsion Research Project and the publication of its resultant research paper:

The Combined Linear and Rotational Inertial propulsion©
The publication is directed toward Journalists and educational instructors reporting on new developments in technology. Contents:

  • Describes in great detail the workings of the inertial propulsion device, the dynamic principles involved and mathematical foundations for the propulsion cycle.
  • Delivers the rational explanation how the propulsion works and technical references used.
  • Delivers a mathematical method to calculate the internal generated propulsion thrust.
  • Describes, in detail with technical drawings and operational graphs, a working and dimensioned combined inertial propulsion device.
  • Describes the rational to size the thrust and the limits to the magnitude of thrust obtainable.

Total 47 pages 8.5" X 11"; seven graphs; 1 page formulas; 6 technical drawings. CAD $49.95

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