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Sunday, 31 July 2011

SkyLifter Solar Power

SkyLifter Solar power Is Far More Than 150 Tonnes

While hoping to go beyond the modern day helicopters limited load-bearing capacity, Australian firmSkyLifter is busy evolving a solar-powered airship for carrying up to 150-ton loads more than 1,200 miles. Just the perfect machine to support disaster relief operations, the solar blimp could ship payloads of equipment, freight, pre-constructed buildings and other loads at a speed of 45 knots (50 mph).

Disk size vehicles like the immunity against different conditions provides specially designed Voith Schneider propellers (measuring 500ft long) and placed strategically to strengthen cockpit of the car where to go. For disaster relief by using, developers of luxury cruise ships in the air as the car is expected to use.

SkyLifter (bio) diesel fuel and uses solar collectors to generate electricity that powers cycloidal propellers and aircraft systems. Aerostar design large arrays of solar collectors facing the sun to provide enough space. A pod surface (bio) diesel engines, drive, train and water recovery system is based. Least environmental impact flaunting, without air supply noise is a crane.

A full size prototype of the next Skylifter think, three years or about 150ft wide.


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