Banshee Model One

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So back in 1992 I was launching fire works with Dawn Gillian and few friends when a low flying (sorta) air craft nearly
got shot down looking at the fireworks. We got yelled at but since Dawn had a permit for the fireworks she ordered
them for her grandfather's amusement part and it was out over the water and it was scheduled mostly so people would
be at the main ones on the beach next to wonderland pier. So Aeromancy® got started that day and everyone of us got
put on the federal bureau of investigation and we asked if we could not do something more constructive with our lives.
So the next year I was at the Boy Scouts of America Jamboree as bridge to the future with Boy Scouts from all over
the world and as a practical joke I put my clusters I had gotten from Monsignor Alphonse Sharky who handed them to
me after being ordained as a knight and said you are going to need these one day. I don't think he expected it that fast
but I pinned two on each shoulder and walked around asking if people had anything for me for failing to salute. Uusally
we would get patches for various things keep sakes but the MOS pins required answering questions about the Military
specialty code and I was collecting those. I had gotten the US Airbone for repelling face first down the tower in one
jump since I normally repelled down Haycock Mountain (Nockamixon) faces in a two to four jumps. Most of the
good spots are about five hundred feet since that was all the rope we brought the first time we were there and
that descent was so much fun that our troop keep go there year after year. I free climbed on ascent there that
after I was halfway up I realized was easier to keep going than try to figure out how to get back down, but when I
got to the jamboree the tower was only thirty feet high and cake walk to repel face first down in one jump as I
braked with my right hand and walked forward from the bounce. So the Sargent at the bottom shaking his head
gave me the airborne graduation strip. I have no idea if anyone else tried to go face first down the tower but it
was really too short to keep doing so I spent time on the other challenge course until I played my prank and got
my self nearly shot. President William Clinton and congress likely thought it was funny to have a boy scout
sniper as a Major General for the two weeks of the Boy Scout Jamboree and I had complete the qualification course
which what I did not know at the time was early enrollment. I found out my senior year of high school I had to
join the US Armed Forces or the two OSI guys told me I would end up in a hole in the ground. But which branch
was my choice. I knew a senator from my state who would have signed off on me going to the USAF Academy
I like planes and had helped him recently. The problem was every thing I looked up lead to articles of woman
being assaulted and the hazing was major issue at the time. So I shrugged and drove to northfield and talked to
a recruiter. He had no idea he just wanted names on the paper going up to meps. So I go up to meds on my first
try. I fail the physical for ingrown toenails. I wore shoes with the toes too narrow. The military said if I wanted
in I would have to have surgery to cut away the ingrown nail. I shrugged as said sure why not. The guy looked
at me and said are you sure your willing to have surgery for ingrown toe nails. I said yes. I left the part about
early enrollment out and figured what the heck. So I got the nail part that were ingrown cut out of my toes and
went back up. Neither time did the recruiter stay out there, the second time he had better things to do. snicker.
So I take the ASVAB and it is easy for me ninety nine percent of the admin, eighty percent of the mechanical,
eighty percent of the engineering, ninety percent of the general questions, basically high aptitude, the military
figures they can teach anything to someone with scores like that so they open the book and ask you want do
you like. I had no idea other than I said I like planes. So the first thing was jet engine mechanic. That sounded
interesting but I was not really enthusiastic and he said lets try another track. He suggested Air Craft Armament
Weapons Systems. Now that sounded like fun but I wanted to know if I could think on it and was told I had to
do everything the same day. So I said sign me up then. Then I was told to go and sit back down in the couches
in the lobby. The USAF section was full, but since they were not marked I had no idea and sat down in the
next section that was empty of people. A couple seconds after I sit down the US Marine told me next. Then
he said yes you as I turn over. I had no idea and finally he said yes you stupid. I asked questions but got ignored
and he signed me up for the US Marine Corp while I was waiting for questions as to why he wanted me to
walk up to the counter why I was already signing up for the USAF. He had me talk to a US Marine who asked
me about what job they had picked for me and he started laughed when I told him Aircraft Armament Weapons
Systems. He laughed and said a load toad enh? He said a few other things but they really did not stick, the
battle toads joke that stuck. So I sit back down in the US Marine section as that was were there was room
and I the USAF and US Marine Corp argued then the over the PA system they called me Airman Solheim
to USAF counter. So I walk over there and find myself swearing the US Special Forces Oath to defend the
construction against all enemies both foreigne and domestic, so help GOD. Before that I got asked about a
few questions one of which I was wrong on and got yelled at later for but I thought it was USA thing not
a foreigne thing. So I find myself getting a taxi home and enrolled in the US Armed Forces. Graduation happens
in June and I am at USAF training by July first. Only at some point the USAF and US Army have had a good
laugh since while basic training was a requirement I officically a Major General at this point and an Airmen
the FAA kind. I have no idea I had just gotten back from recording music for my girl friends band and the
I figured just go through basic no thinking, no big deal. I think that lasted about a week or two when someone
figured out that one I already knew how to march, I knew most of the ranks and some of the other things.
Then someone noticed something it might have the been the epilate loops on my winter service coat and
battle dress uniforms that the Millitary Personal Flight issued me with my other gear, it might have been
the matterhorns on my feet. I don't know. But my US insignia went missing and the technical sargent
said lets get you another pair, and I am exhausted from running twenty laps every morning of about
four miles each lap, I ran track and field in high and this was worse. But I said oh I have another set in
my bag. She said wear. I said in the stuff I brought with me. She said you brought US insigian with you
to basic? I said yes Monsignor Sharky gave them to me. She started to ask a question then said nevermind
let me get the key and unlock the storage and see if those work. She got the key out and the bags we
were not going to see until the end of basic got pulled out and she noticed something but she went through
the bags until she found the back pack with the name tag I filled out a week or two earlier and said this
one I said yes that looks like it. She said where are they in here. Then she said you find them just be
quick I don't want to explain this to the rest of the flight. I open the front stationary section and pulled
out two of the clusters. She snorted and said I should have know it would be something like that. You
know you have to graduate now right? I looked at her and said isn't that the point? She said that is the

So the TI switch the whole flight to a rainbow flight in battle dress uniform. They made me a no hat no
salute area and made the whole base avoid wearing hats around the cadets if they could. The former
drill instructor and gunny sergeant treated it as if it was fun game. The only thing I think they regreted
was there was point that one of them said what is the point of making him do anymore push ups he
is not learning anything from it. He said of course he is. He looked over at me and said I think your
right do fifty more anyway. He was talking to the USAF TI for the correct part and me to do fifty
more pushups. I did those and he said do fifty more and count them off... after about five or so he
snorted and said he really is not getting anything more from pushups... the yells at me to get back in
line. They tried having some one sit on my back but I refused to let a dude sit on my back and when
the women tried sitting on my back the TI agreed that it looked wrong. So more silliness resulted from
that later on but the funniest thing was probably when I went to weapons training. We get over there
and do a tear down and rebuild of the brand new never before used M-16's then we have to shoot ones
beat up and dirty. I am shooting the way I learned from one of my military tutors Alphonso knew who
was supposed to be teaching me Latin and Ancient Greek but who thought that a little hunting could
not hurt. So we were up in the catskills of upstate new York from fourth grade to seventh grade and
he liked guns. He said he had to find excuses to go hunting and that church frowned on them but not
the meat he brought back. Then he laughed and said always remember to get your tags early. So I am
shooting the M-16 the way he showed me how to shoot and I am half way into a manic state from
lack of sleep so I am moving almost at reaction level instead of thinking about it. So things that would
be that is silly don't even trigger as silly. So I have shoot through the center the first clip and the M-16
jams, the range master says that is enough it is vapor locked you can try again. Now vapor lock is
when the metal is cycled too fast and melts the action to the frame. So I say no I have got it. So I
work the action and he says as you are, then I clear the action and proceed to shoot all four clothes
pins off the clothes line holding the target in place before it moves. The other rangemaster thinking
it is a flukes tries to hit the clothes pins on full auto thinking the rifle is on full auto. He chews apart
the post in front of him but I don't think he actually hit the clothes pins but the line did fall down.
The ranger master asks me if I want try again and I shrug and ask if qualitied right? He just shakes
his head and says you have expert but you did not quality for marksmen as there are not sixteen holes
in that target just huge hole in the center. I shrugged and said that is good enough right? He laughs
and says you will do fine. They did not explain it was navy expert or army expert not USAF expert.
He did asked me where I learned to shoot I laughed and told him the scouts and old priest taught
me, he liked to shoot.

The we watched a video on combat controllers and I said that sounds like fun. On of my TI said
you really think that looks like fun. Then she shakes her head and says you would. She said I would
get what I was given and like and I said I am not arguing but I do have a gaunrtaed job. She said
there is no way you have a guarteed job. She came back and said will wonders never cease you
do have a guaranteed job and it's not one I expected. So we head up to Sheppard AFB in northern
Texas and I start my training as an apprentice when I notice the welding is wrong. As in it would get
someone killed. Which leads into spending the next few months getting tested on everything for
my nine level. By the time I left the only thing I did not have was a master sargent's rank but I did
have to go through leadership school again when they found out from the chaplin I was actually knighted
by then Cardinal Gregory before he was raised to Pope before I actually made it basic. Which
made the silly things in Air Force training funny but since Major Command already knew they
simply had me learn to march then march every squadron on base to training for two months
when someone decided they wanted a red rope and each squadron had to march there own
squadron to class. they offered me a red rope but I would have had to give up my chaplains' rope
up for it. I ended up with the chaplains' rope, the Blue US Marine Infantry man rope which
also served as a Master Technical Instructor's rope or Military braid and the Catholic Knight's
royal blue and argent braid. The regulation said I could only wear one at a time, but that I was
entitled to wear any of them. The white chaplain's assistant was replaced halfway through
the time there with a Monsignor's chaplain's Rope and my uniforms ended up with the shoulder
board epilates and which point the Base Commander who took over our training since I was
in the nine level course at that point told me the loops were too obvious and that the you know
who is going to ask for shoulder boards too. I laughed and said he can earn them too can't
he? The base commander just sighed and said get them to cut them off for now. So I had
to pin my military braid with a safety pin to my uniform as a Major General which was funny
but it worked. There was running joke one of the apprentices figured out that something
was up but asked and found out that our trainer was Brigadier General and I was a Major
General. Which lead to some more silly things but the funniest was the flying the F-104.

This is getting long and I only intended to replace on page so I need to add more here.

So after flying the F-104 I was talking to the base commander and he said something and
I said I think that would actually work as a fighter jet. He said no way. I tried to explain
sublimation and then jokes lead to the concept that a fast enough jet would over run
the machine guns. He said it has to have a machine gun to be fighter. I said so what
about lasers, he laughed and said how would those count as machine guns. I said the
best design would be like a gatlin as the bottles pass the heat and cool as they cycle
around. Some where in that conversation he said he buy one. I asked him if he would
and he said the air force would. I said really. He said yes write up a contract and he
would submit it. A few weeks later he said it go approved but congress wanted a few
changes. It went from 37 million to 370 million when I was told the amount and said
for that much I would make it milspec. He said are you sure once you do you can't
change your mind. I said once the money clears my account, there should not be
any issues. So I had to rewrite it slightly different with a twenty year time frame and
congress agreed that it would be on a certificate on deposit and that after twenty
years the money would be mind but that the interest would be congresses once
I had been paid the principle. There were jokes about the rough riders and that
being too obvious and growlers and hawk eyes. Mostly jokes about laser weapons.
I said the surface coated in granite should work but I had not figured out how
to attach granite to the frame of the air craft. But mostly things went on and
I finished training and my follow assignment was Northern Japan with the
US Marine unit the 14th fighting samurai. At Misawa AB, Japan. Cool
but pretty.

But I can clean up this page later I was waiting for feedback from the
armed sente committee where the money was since I knew it was on
a cod since the interest went into the budget and I have a feeling someone
withdrew only the interest. But the very first design which has been up
on the page for while is what was possible in auto cad back in 1997.

Needless to say this looked nothing like what I sketched on paper in orthographic views for congress. But the software said
that wings had to be built like that. So I started looking into different training. The USAF had me running flight medicine and
reporting to the Medcial group commander while I got to ask one of the older flight surgeons about flight injuries I always
wondered what he thought of that and he ended up pointing me to some manual that was in the base library. While I worked
through that the military ended up shifting me over to weather forecasting and the fluid dynamics I had already learned before
we were allowed to play with fire works back in high school, lead to interesting concepts. I got razzed a couple times to know
what wings I had and I really did not need to deal with that since the F-104 qualified me for Astronaught Journeymen wings,
the lowest Astroanught pilot wings but being astronaught wings still higher than the wings the T-38 and Viper qualiftied me for.
So I built that back in 1997 on auto cad and dug up the file back in 2012 to be funny. I have been working in another of their
programs that was owned by Alias back then to built the wing shape that I knew I needed back in 1997. I doubted myself
a couple times because that image above is what all the books told me the design had to be. So I looked at the weather and
built a few rockets and found out that the design is based on a concept that was clearly not understood at all by Charles Boyde
back then. Maybe it is hindsight or simply refusing to accept the concept but shooting the rapids in white water challengers
and in the Colorado River showed me that inertia creates vacuum behind it water vapor moves to fill that vacuum and that
fast moving fluid is all that matters. So the design below got built piece by piece.

The angles in the image above only show in maya when you bring it back in they are from the export to the STL_ATF. To see
the actually smoothing you need to use soild works or a modern autocad from 2017, from the STL file the actual maya files
looks like this. Notice how the design is more like a manta ray or the wings of fruit bat.

The concept came from various things in nature and life. But the funniest thing was when Lockheed Martin® and
McConnel Douglas® said that there were concepts they could use in a normal fighter jet but that they could not
build it with out huge investments and they said it could not fly. The both pointed out that the curved tail surfaces
showed a lack of material science. When that was pointed out to me I snickered and said go look at the kheel of
the united states sailing ships aircrafter carrier. I got my contract. I eventually figured out that it had to be built
like a roman arch. The first plates rolled down rollers to a stopping point and everything else in place by pressure
from the next stone. The stl file is the metal plates. The thick ness is based on the materials I plan to use quartz
as a candy coating on the metal plates. You screw down the bolts flages you machine away from a block of
metal to a armature and spin it around and cooling quartz is poured over the metal face. The heat of the cooling
quartz coats the metal face in a harder enamel than spray enamel and after four inches of thickness is better
than space tiles and not likely to crack and fall off. Matching the plates to the polygons gives you plates that
can be lined up next to each other. Sure they are not one foot square plates but by hot and cold forging metal
alloyplates with high amounts of irfesi you get a metal that when using cnc machines you can machine away
with stock removal bolt flanges that don't sheer off and can be torqed to far more than a breaker bar is capable
of. I had to use a ninety pound and one hundred pound let off bar on a one inch long bolt. these are going to be
more interesting to racket into place and harder to break loose but flying through entry and re-entry they are
not going to slip out of place. The point of the design is to cut through the air and use slip stream theory to
control the stream of air by speeding up or slowing down a west and east turbine and up and down.

The running joke is no matter if it is the Banshee, the Manta Ray, the Dust in the Wind... the concept is the same a yatch that sails
through the air tacking into the wind instead of using a prop to push some dust under the carpet until the pressure under the lifting
body is greater than the pressure above it. It uses pressure to make the increase the wind at your back instead of under your down.
Always remember that water vapor is not thinking and can not be asked to move out of the way. So when inertia gets to a certain
point slow down. The spine on the craft is due to several early rocket crumpling on launch into a beer can effect on a high speed
camera. Those channels create differential pressure along the spine just like the contours of the wing body. Thin wings are cheaper
to build and required less thought but really are not very efficient flying through the air. My design is designed to slap the water
instead of a flight dec and tighten the line of super heated gas exiting the afterburner to not melt the quartz at twenty eight hundred
degrees by using slip steam concepts but even at slower speeds it still sails through the air. In space it throws methan snow balls
at the tail section much like a ruddar. On water it is hydrofoil or cigar boat. In a hurricane you close the after burner and glide
through the wall cutting right through it. With one coming you sink it below the water's surface and tie it down underwater. It is
designed for the hard vaccum of space so fifty or so feet of water is less than the three thousand millebars I targeted for space
travel. Note that the air pressure that maters is the air close by so you are pushing against the gas that exits then the next seconds
worth of gas leaving the after burner so venting super heated gas creates a column in space that is vaporized by the heat that
follows with the next second so it creates a trail like a comet. That in vacuum can be pushed against and with the turbines in reverse
used as suction to slow you down. Remember the air spins to the center to create pressure and away from the center to create
vacuum. Sublimanation creates a blast wave one mole of thorium at minus forty to as much super heated nos you can steam by
creates an super cooled liquid to ice to super heated vapor all expanding outward, with spin inparted by a directional nozzle always
pointed in the same direction you have an after burner that is ten miles per second in velocity at a mass of the frozen methane.
Glass over or candy coat your turbines to four inces and don't melt them and smooth sailing.

This section is for the Milspec information and how to go from the mil spec to a derivative work based on the Copy Left
domain parts that are Milspec. I am following the stoner M-16, AR-15 model as closely as makes sense. Most people
know that once the design is paid once and the patent office signs off on it being mil spec it is much like public domain,
where you don't have to worry about who you have to pay for the design and you don't have to worry about using a
standard bolt that is required for the design to work as long as you can build a physical product or include it as part of
something that adds value and you are not making money off the actual design but a derviative work it is the same no
cost worry, as it has already been payed for. In this case the money has not been cleared but honestly that is not a
designer working off the design's problem unless they are fighting the design being mil spec or fighting the payment
since the contract has been in force since november of nineteen ninty seven.

This section is for the Milspec information and how to go from the mil spec to a derivative work based on the Copy Left
domain parts that are Milspec. I am following the stoner M-16, AR-15 model as closely as possible.

Going from the milspec aerofoil or aeroframe, the parts need to be designed so that if people have different ideas for
forking the body cladding, the interior metal runners that the cladding is attached to, the beams that the cladding is
attached to. The truss beams attach to the structual beams. The interior mechinal parts and surfaces attach to the
truss beams.

So I built the aerofoil concept from looking at cigar boats, sea planes, a dozen military jets and having fligth hours in a
T-38 Trainer, F-104 starfire, and F-16cj block 52. Landing all of those really is not fun. I have driven cigar boats, bostin
whalers, and a sailed a couple yatches. Those going over a wave hard hurts but a really hot aerospace craft coming
and trying to land on run way just seems like a bad idea. The issue is what if it needs to go right back out? So I started
looking at really fast cars and boats. Then I realized I plan to run air through the intakes to the turbines. So if the aerofoil
is sitting in the water with the intakes able to open and close I can simply have it suck in water and air, creating the
rooster tail of a cigar boat and use the wing body to creat just enough lift that the bottom of the aerofoil acts like a cigar
boat, until it is air born or into the water depending on if it is speeding up or slowing down.

So that means that the basic design has to be public domain and then let companies build upon the basic concept.
This covers things like contouring and wing body shape because the higher accerations require more structure not less
weight. The design I built has far more thrust than any combination of material design I can find commerically avalible.
The rib on the spine of the aerofoil was needed for a craft filled with vaccuum since the water vapor hitting the crew's
body is half the gee force felt.

So I think the most practical design is bolted but I might be wrong. So I use the word attach. So a design could build on
it by welding or bolting or gluing or whatever a company thinks can work, but if the design practical version fails to meet
minium levels of safety then it is not milspec. The United States Department of defense is going to set the final level of
what is actually required by the spec I am just covering what I transfered to Mil Spec a type of Copy Left.

So the wire color coding is the basic design if more wires are needed they have to be visibily different than the wires
listed. What goes down which wire that can be set later but the idea is to unified the wire color coding to the point it can
be submited as a request for comments. This is so that if a section of wiring fails in space, it can be unattached at the
bulkhead sections, and the same coloring wiring matched in place and have it work as it was before the wiring section
fails. This is an eight section wiring design that is visiblily different in low lighting. There is a couple other variations of
eight wire but none of them are the same. On of the worst things that can happen is running across a wire and having
no idea where or what it goes to when fixing an airframe and having to remove all the outer panels to figure out what
componets it goes to. What makes sense to me might not make sense across the board but if most designs are built
with eight wires that are connected through the bulheads via a wire connector of some kind, that attached eight different
types of wires the practical models that become compeditors for the United States Armed Services YF-37 variants. The
design requires compressed gas that needs to be clearly set as to what a canister contains. Right now hospitals are the
closest to uniform. Everyone seems to agree that a dark green color is oxygen, a bright red color is hydrogen, and
medical air is yellow. I would include enamling any intake runs that come form the outside of the air frame to be yellow
inside so that if an intake run is punctured you know that it has to be patched before re-entry. If using tempered glass
rods to make sure they don't break as fiber optic cables you still use eight rods and use a push in latch that locks back
like a bnc connector.

Wire Color Code
A1 Blue - White Strip
A2 Red - White Strip
A3 Blue
A4 Red
A5 Green - Magenta Strip
A6 Yellow - Magenta Strip
A7 Green
A8 Yellow

Canister Color Code
Medical Air  -  Yellow
Oxygen       -  Green
Hydrogen    -  Red
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In the model design I used a naming convention that much like port and starboard is there so that instead of trying to figure out what country the part is from, simply labeling parts on the actual part based on North East South and West. Sailors looked to the north star as the easiest find since it was the brightest star, thus sitting in the helm you are looking forward so the furtest point forward the helm is north, thus looking forward anything to your right is east and anything to the left is west, looking south the reverse applies. So the west is always the west side of the aerofoil and the east side is always the east side. This sounds like extra to most people but in north america port is the west because you sailed out from the east coast and back to port by sailing west. In Europe sailing west meant going to sea and sailing east meant sailing home or to the far east.

I created a short hand that may be useful

North 12XX
West 09XX
South 06XX
East 03XX
Up XX24
Equal XX00
Down XX18

Fore 12
Aft 06
Port 09 | 03
Starboard 03 | 09

Command C--
Helm A1X
Quarter Q2X
Systems S3X
Nav N4X
GunnerWest GWX
GunnerEast GEX

Where command is followed by the chair designation and the other chairs are followed by an X. Meaning that with Captain who is a Pilot there part designations would be CA1. A QuarterMaster's parts who was a captain would be CQ2. A pilot in a non captains helm would use A1X.

Structual Element SEXXXX
Moving Part MPXXXX GO|NOGO parts
Electical Element EEXXXX
Pnuematic Element PNXXXX
Biohazard Element BHXXXX Parts exposed NBC elements


Outer OTB
Inner ITB

So the first NWSE is the side of the craft, working your way inward. The second is if there are two elements the one to the left being the west element with respects to looking fore. If it is higher than it is twelve higher and if lower six higher and zero if not higher or lower.



The last part step001 means that you have a top step a load bearing step then a first step. So it is the step going down from the top of the ladder that is not the top step or the load bearing step. The top step in a ship is a walkway that is at the top of a stair, and the load bearing step has extra support as it is stood on to open hatches, and has extra force applied against it.
The concept is to have the cladding be built to attach down to metal runners so that they snap in place from the back and have the wind hit a uniform surface but in practice it may work better to simply have them attached down next to each other instead of sliding forward and being bolted down. The most important part to consider is the design needs to force the fluid body it is moving through be it water vapor or even freezing rain away from the lifting body and then fall back to the plume created by the heated fluid or plasma behind the afterburn or exit nozzle. The cladding has to deal with expansion and compression, since the pressure has to change. One thing I noticed is in looking at volcanos the granite or silocone iron alloys tend to not expand or contract much at all so drilling out granit cladding might work. Another option is high speed steel with signifacant amounts of cobalt to slow down the impact of hot and cold tempature extremes. Some companies my find that making it a foot thick with aircraft alimium works best and others may have a couple inch thick layer of M42 or M48. The idea is that cladding is able to deal with the contoured surfaces to slip stream air across it and deflect it away form the aerofoil, so that when the aerofoil goes from hard vaccum tempatures to warm water vapor it does not end coated in ice and drops like rock out of the sky. With the propellent exhausting water vapor this is really important in a cross draft wind.
The propulsion system is a thorium salt reduction via a isotope laced hard water. Thorium salt reactors
use florirde to pull off electrons at an even rate and electrify the water with ions which can be collected
via copper coils. Due to the pressures involded of using pressized hydrogen and oxygen and combusting
them together with what amounts to water purfication tablets to create something simalar to the water in
a reactor, when it is sprayed into a fluid soltion that contains un used thorium crystals the ions are pulled
off by coils made of tempered steel coated or electroplated in copper grounded into power lines (which color
code they will be is up to which of the eight color codes above is used for power). The water when electricfied
is ciruclated through the reactor chamber as gas is bleed off at the back as the electricaity decomposes
the hard water back into oxygen and hydrogen. The gas as it is bleed off is vented into the intake combustion
chambers as the electric current also turns the fans which are very heavy magneticlly spun bearlingless fans.
The west and east sides have to spin towards each other as the incoming pressurized gas spins them faster
pulling the water over the coils much faster. The air pressure leaving the bleed off vents needs to be as strong
as possible as the faster the fans spin the greater the speed of the water over the coil the more current that is
pulled off them. The power lines need to run up to anoid style capactor wire. Pulling current off them to run the
turbines and run the power system likely requires a control board with computer capictors pulling off leads
attached to the capasicatend wire loops. A magnetic amrature like the original electric powered sewing machines
that first gasoline engine was built off of could be used to controll the speed of the turbines or turn them with
crankshaft. The most power effiencent is a ramm air turbine that takes pressuirezed air and mixes it with in from
the intakes in atmosphere and from pressurzied gas canisters in vacuum. Being able to spray hydrogen and oxygen
or medical air into something of design simalar to a jet fuel based denator driven turbine means that as long as the
all the connectors match up different manufactures could build different variations on the turbines. The pattern of
the turbines and the ability to speed up and slow down them independantly is large part of the abilty to steer the
aerofoil. The secondary control is the ruddars or lifting surfaces attached to the rear of the wing body which are
designed to have atmospheric control with normal air flow and secondary vents pointing at them to spin them
along the main beams axial. Think a paper airplane on a string that can spin along the axial from tail to nose.
One note of caution. NOS sublimanted can go whoom or boom. Thin pipes metal pipes can freeze and crack
under latteral sheering force. There was an old mail order rocket engine you could buy like goddards peroxide
and liquid nitrogen model engine. It vaporizes about a thousand feet off the ground.

I assumed everyone would start there but there are two alternate designs to the ones here that used thin pipes
so look at the design of canisters and remember glass over four inches thick does not transfer heat in either direction.
Clearly having seen some silly montages people are going to have to at least build a model rocket first. I built ten that gave me a bad sun
burn that nearly got me in a serious trouble with the USAF. The STL_ATF at least gives those with a large enough scale cnc setup
a file they can take into a CNC program and build a sheet metal concept at least four inches thick. To go through entry and re-entry via
space you need at least four inches of quartz or the equivalent space tile. The design calls for the equivalent of dense iron alloys with
quartz melted then poured onto the metal as a candy coating four inches thick.
This was the Viper prototype that was not assigned a unit yet so that we
could load something that if it was damaged it would not hurt readiness.
I pulled a stunt years before to become a major general for a week so when
I needed more instruction hours on something I did not know how to fly I
got to pick any air frame on the base. The base commander figured I
wanted to fly the night hawk we had on base. Neither the that nor the air
frame I chose at the time had the specs listed for how fast they went.
So I picked the F-104. I nearly killed myself flying it in a loop de lope at
mach six or seven, basically full throttle all the way through and there
was not a drop of fuel left when I was on the ground. The canopy melted
and frozen solid to the hull. The base commander is yelling at me and
my ears are ringing and the only thing I asked was, So can I fly the F-16
now? He just stared at me and said not a scratch, then he said ah we
can repaint it just don't break the landing gear on that one we don't know
how to repair that one yet. At that point I said I think I am going to sleep...
he said it was not yet lunch time, at which point I passed out from the
blood returning to my head. So I got to fly the prototype but I remember
having to mob the fighter jet after flying it. I had to have the gas mask
inserts welded to the helmet. The helmet felt more like a motor cycle
helmet but flying that was icing on the cake after flying the F-104.
The F-104 was rebuilt from a museum piece by the engine mechanic
training squadron on base lead, which included my friend Merle Paytas.
West Main Turbine Clockwise
East  Main Turbine CounterClockwise

WestUp Tri Turbine Clockwise
EastUp  Tri Turbine CounterClockwise
EqualUp Tri Turbine Clockwise

DownEqual Mid Turbine Designed to chage the
slipstream flow by spinning couter to Up Turbines
flow or with the flow.

WestDown Clockwise
EastDown  CounterClockwise

Sublimination for afterburning but normal
turboprop / hydrofoil concepts are for slower
acceleration and atmospheric travel.

Reversing the turbine's direction in
atmosphere slows it down with out using
a breaking surface, in space it sorta works
by sucking the plume just propelled out,
but gas expelled ahead of the craft and
ignited is the best method I was thinking
about with out worrying about flying through
the propulsion in front of the craft. Much
like the lasers not melting the wings as it
flys through them it is caution area of

Some more diagrams
from Maya.

The files export great
as Stl_ATF files.
The thrust pit works the same way an after burner does. Only it uses super cooled water to spin impellers by using sublimation
to detonate  trimex by mixing super cooler Trimex and NOS with heated gases. The gases mix the chamber before the staged or
permanent scafalting holding the turbines in place which spin the gas around the outside of them and through the center using
centripetal force to impact spin like English on a pool cue. with the really hot gas moving as fast as it can and cooling gases
having to move around the outside you get a slip stream effect hitting the empty area behind the turbines exhaust inside the
thrust port. Then the thrust pit flanges sit up against the lip of the cladding so the heated part is not right next to the cladding,
and the heated gas expands out ward to create a mostly cylindrical blast behind it. More side to side than up and down but
controllable by the direction and spin of the exhausting gas. The best method I was able to come up with was cooling glass
coating M48 Alloys to create a smoother surface that is far more heat resistant than the alloy alone. It does mean two to four
inches of quartz or glass. The turbines are exposed to vacuum but they have to be held to dealing with far harsher forces so
I simply keep forgetting that people may not understand that part.
I have to make sure not to put some much up here that companies
can not make money off advancing the parts to go into the design
while explaining the concepts that newton and socrates mostly
understood but had no way to explain better than apples falling
and the motion of the waves. Basically gravity is what people
see, centripetal force is the water evaporating off the ocean and
lifting through convection being thrown towards space in a parabolic
arc upwards then falling back down as the earth has spun past in
the time it travels up and back down again. think of it a vertical
line tapping on a globe as you spin the globe.

I still have to get an SVN setup to allow for a current copy of
the design to be downloaded but the money has to clear and
I have to get info one what is and is not in the design once the
USA Congress figures out what needs to be part of it.
for now there is file up on this site but it is not considered final.
This shows the wider area at the back so that the ruddars can move the full range of motion. You can not see the canopy as
a seperate piece but it is still there it is just flush with the
cladding. Remember this is an Engineering design when you
make changes to it you have to tweak it a little bit to make it
work with the changes you make to it. I might have to build
the Metal frame work to hold the hydrofoil turbines I am using
to export them as STL_ATF files but the spacing was the
more important part of them, well that and mixing super
cooled reactive gas with hot reactive gas, that burns to
create a solid liquid that can be pushed agaisnt but is not
as dangerous as a space junk.