I have received some positive feedback from engineers and pilots. One patent pending for it. Bell Helicopters is taking a look at it, but no promises. DARPA took a look as well as a few others. Human Interface Rotor System helicopter (HIR) US Patent App. # 12,462,595www.envisionhelicopters.com
The HIR airframe uses "human interface" in conjunction with an offset axis gimbal joint to "morph" the airframe thereby tilting the rotor disc for directional control. This slightly "flexes" the center of gravity. Charles Seibel was first to design a helicopter with human interface control. The GEN H4 uses a gimbal, yet it is a fixed pitch coaxial design. The HIR system does not have any linear shift in weight / CG.The Human Interface Rotor System is only a motion and balance physical-interface system in its current configuration. The weight of the pilot is in balance with the rest of the upper airframe aft and distributed between the two airframes. The goal is to combine haptic and physical interface with a computer system that assists with pilot control. The HIR rotor system can then become a platform with an intelligent control system. Our Japanese counter parts are already working with HMI and HAM, but I have not seen it applied to rotorcraft as of yet. I have a few other things not related to rotorcraft that I'm working on....a chasis for an electric car, etc
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Commander31 wrote:Very promising indeed, a very unique idea. Wishing you the best of luck with this project. I am also interested in this electric car chasis you mentioned.
Very promising indeed, a very unique idea. Wishing you the best of luck with this project. I am also interested in this electric car chasis you mentioned.
Comander31,I'm still tweaking it, but I'm also waiting for battery technology to get better. Even if it's patentable, I want everyone to have for free. The Oil Industry has been buying up patents.....and/or buying people off to prevent technology from helping the American people and putting a dent in their quarterly statements. The American consumer has been cheated enough.Dave
I'm an ammeture with electronics but I learned somewhere that sometimes the colors aren't always a color code and mean nothing. But if I had to guess, I would say it is the negative wire.
Commander31 wrote:The blue wires are generally used for travelers in three-way and four-way switch applications. They also are used as switch legs to things like lights and fans.
The blue wires are generally used for travelers in three-way and four-way switch applications. They also are used as switch legs to things like lights and fans.
In this case a switch leg to his new motor. Yellow wires are just alike in case you didn't know.
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Little over half way through modifications.Dave