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Sundara Vimana

Posted by vaimanika_admin on February 24, 2011 with No Commentsas ,

Manoj one of the researchers on Vaimanika Shashtra, has taken Sundara Vimaana as his dream project and is already in progress to develop its fuel engine.

I recently met Manoj on 21st Feb 2011, as advised by Mr. M. P. Rao, for his work on the project Sundara Vimaana. I was amazed to know that Manoj got his interest on the Vaimanika Shashtra in the same way I got. He also had a dream to build an air craft using the knowledge of Vaimanika Shashtra.

His works and the topic choosen was excellent. the Sundara according to the Script, is an aricraft based on Jet propulsion. The fuel used in this aircraft is a bio-fuel mixture, having high efficiency of energy. It was difficult for me to get the fuel details with the meer knowledge I have on them. Manoj, being an Engineeding student, has got his friends involved into the project and got the right composition for the fuel mixture as per the text.

Lot more to write…

I have my team to help his team in this R&D.

All the best Manoj..smiley

Flying Maruthi 800

Posted by vaimanika_admin on February 11, 2011 with No Commentsas , , ,

The mind of A K Vishwanath and his R&T (Research & Tapas) has made him design and develop a prototype of a flying car, which has taken the centre stage at Aero Show 2011.

His Maruti 800 model, is set to become India’s most-coveted thing if claims of making it fly in the coming months materialises and his “Wright Brothers’” moment arrives.

Currently on static display at the Yelahanka Air Force base, the car named “Avishcar”, meaning innovation in Sanskrit, is inspired from butterflies and bumble bees. “I have translated the mechanism used by small odd-shaped living creatures like the butterfly and the bumble bee to invent this,” says Vishwanath.

“Just like they create a vortex using their wings, I will supply air flow around the car and maintain it the way I want to allow it to move. I have completed the wind tunnel tests and am looking forward to more trials in the coming months,” he said.

Vishwanath, who has worked with US firm Cadence Design System, Infosys and Philips, is extremely confident he can defy the very basics of physics and mathematics — proving our elementary/college teachers wrong.

And to achieve this, he has studied 2.5 million different shapes during 2006 and 2007, in a pursuit to find a solution to the problem of how the car can be made to fly. It was 17 years of “research and tapas (R&T),” as he puts it, that found the solution in 2009. And the eureka moment, he says, was hard to handle after he found the solution to be so simple.

Without divulging the details of the technology, citing copying as a concern, given that he has applied for two patents already and will apply for 40 more in the coming months, he said the principle was that of a vertical lift and the car would run on petrol. No modifications have been made to the car except external additions.

Will this car fly is still a million-dollar question but Vishwanath’s confidence may well be worth the bet.



Aeroindia 2011

Posted by vaimanika_admin on February 11, 2011 with 2 Commentsas ,

The AeroIndia 2011 started on 9th Feb 2011 and shall be held till 13th Feb 2011 at IAF (AFS Yelahanka) base in Bangalore. I have planned to for the Air show this week-end, some of my friends shall be joining me to go for the Air show – AeroIndia 2011. Last time we watched the show from outside as we had no ticket, this time we have bought ticket to study the show from inside.

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