posted on May, 4 2009 @ 06:37 AM
New Discovery Substantially Reduces Air Friction Drag.
New Piezo Acoustic Discovery Substantially Reduces Aircraft Drag Friction.
Air resistance is a major source of drag resulting in energy consumption and fuel usage for aircraft and quadruples with doubling of speed.
As I was lying in bed ,instead of always having sex like everyone else, it occurred to me in a flash about this method of reducing air resistance.
In sexual terms it maybe construed as Piezo Acoustic Lubrication.
Wind tunnel tests conducted by me as a result of this inspiration by me on models fitted with piezo acoustic transducers on inside the hull and fed
with various audio and ultrasonic frequencies showed dramatic decreases in air resistance of the model's air resistance as it flew through the
It seems that the micro vibration of the hull may make the hull more slippery or in some way the hull vibration amplitude pushes/compresses the air
out of the way resulting in considerable reduction in drag varying from 20% to 60%.
Another mechanism may be some kind of resonance phenomenon which allows the aircraft to be more slippery through the air.The acoustic device may be
distorting the hull by microscopic amounts could be another mechanism.
Or some kind of micro eddies/vortices might be responsible as has been shown in the small winglets attached to some planes.Another possible mechanism
might be electrostatic charge build up due to the vibrations which repels the air or creates a micro air gap.
The piezo transducers are the same as used in toys or electrical devices to make beeping noises/sounds.They were glued solidly onto inside the hull
near the front and at other points and then fed various frequencies and waveforms such as sine,square,triangle waveforms at different frequencies.
Piezo disc devices distort when a voltage is applied to the ceramic attached to the usually brass metal disc.If it solidly attached to a another
surface then that surface will also distort.
The frequencies generated were from a bog standard laboratory square/sine/triangle waveform generator ranging from 0.1 Hz to 100 kilohertz.These were
fed by wires attached to the transducers.
The application of this discovery to both commercial and military aircraft are profound in that the reduction in air resistance will boost speed and
reduce fuel consumption and extend range as well as improve maneouverability.
As the frequency required to achieve the lower air resistance varied with wind speed a computer controlled system could easily be used but of course
more research is needed in actual aircraft to derive the air resistance versus frequency graphs as well as location parameters which will vary with
the shape of the aircraft.
This could also be applied to boats/ships but may cause noise pollution in the ocean disturbing ocean animals.Maybe it could be used in cars but might
be too noisy.
I claim exclusive ownership of this discovery and I have submitted papers to my lawyer who has notarized this discovery.
Other people can do similar experiments to confirm this for themselves and report on their results.You can use model aircraft , etc. and bog standard
[edit on 4-5-2009 by esecallum]