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Old 03-17-2013, 06:01 AM
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I have been Developing this Electric Rotowing.It is Rotating Wing as opposed to a Rotor Blade.It is pulled by Electric Motors Mounted In Slightly to reduce the osc.affect.That is really not a (Factor) with a Rigid Wing.I have a Concept of Driving a a small (Electric Car) into a Caged Platform.The Vehicle would then Plug in to Power the Motors and fly by Wire Controls! The concept is not New and Works Well! It just has not been done with such a Large Wing Rotated Electrically.My orig. prototype can be seen on this site.This way you would Get All of the Comfort,Safety Features and Technology allready in the Car.A (Smart Car) would make a Great cockpit! Right down to the Winshield Wipers.I have only made one Significant change to orig. Prototype.That was changing the Direction of Rotation! This allowed me to Run Stock Rotation on Wing Motors with stock props.1st prototype Had to use reverse rotation to get desired Equal and Most Efficiante (Airflow) It is Greener and Quieter than any typical Heli.And Much Safer and Easier to Pilot! It can be safely landed if on Motor should Malfuntion.Try that with a Quad Copter or Tilt wingor Gyrocopter.I sure you will have a Very Poor Outcome! I personally think Todays Heli's are (Dislecsic).You should'nt have to use foot peddles and Both Hands Just to Keep your Aircraft (Aloft) so Roll Over Sgorski and let Me give you the News.The Auto Unplugs and Drives Off Leaving the Unit at the Airfield!! and could be used with Many (Small E.V.s)
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Where's the link to view? Thanks
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Old 03-18-2013, 06:32 AM
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 What is fhat?
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You said in the original post "My orig. prototype can be seen on this site."

can you give a link to see what you are going on about?

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Just stop already.
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There should be a pic. in my profile? (Electric Rotowing)
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I know it was on you tube.I don't know which forum sent or who But I'll check.It is the begginings of Helicopter research.Actually the guys name was ? Young who hooked up with Bell.Bell was an Invester I think?
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Talking It's an (Electric) self rotating wing! Heli.

That is a New twist to an Old concept (Jet Tip) rotor blades.I have enlarged the Size of the Rotating wing 4ft. by 11 inches each Blade and they are turned by electric Motors with props.I am trying to promote it as a Unit that would use An E.V. as a Cockpit and Power supply!! The Larger wing Lifts More with less r.p.m.s and uses control surfaces instead of a tail rotor! On Jet Tip control surfsces are above rotor hub for axis.Mine is under But still works!!

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Charlie should have pic.
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