How Airplanes Generate Lift

Aircraft Design

We wish to assist the push force on airplanes and reduce the noise pollution they contribute to industrial waste. The propellers of airplanes are driven by engines running on hydrocarbon fuels.

We wish to use the air pressure to propel airplanes in the air and assist the propellers or replace the propeller technology with a no-noise method for the push force.

Suppose we could produce a field about a rod by currents running in it or its internal structure that could cause all the particles in a cylinder about the rod to retract outward or pushing out the air to create a cylindrical vacuum about it then we could provide this force. If such a pointed rod were mounted on the nose of the cockpit of the aircraft and the air pushed out then the great air pressure behind the aircraft would push the aircraft forward with no frictional forces offered since the air in front of the aircraft has been pushed out. This could be the strongest push force an aircraft could ever get since the push is on about the cross-sectional area of the plane acted on by the atmospheric pressure and not just the turbine engines trying to drag on the air. Since the retracting force is radial and the reaction force of this pushing out action force is on a rod there is no need a means to overcome the compression force on the rod since this may not be destructive.

Pressure in a fluid acts in all directions so the overall force will then be as presumed to act on the cross-sectional area of the aircraft pushing it forward with a force that at a terminal velocity will at least balance the frictional forces acting on the wings of the aircraft. This is really not affected by friction as with the turbines because the air that may produce friction is pushed out.

The action force provided by this push-out technology is not as mechanical as with the turbines which may be affected by objects moving into them or parts of them under pressure snapping -such as the wing carrying the weights not appropriately checked at checkpoints at airports before take-off- but by the action of a field force which is easy to produce and can easily be checked for malfunctioning and will rarely have so serious malfunctioning problems as with the moving parts turbines and pushes out the air without noise pollution . We may just have to check for the well fixed position of the metal rod and the production of the force field appropriately and the apparatus that produce this force field.

We may need to make the glass on the cockpit really tough or tougher than that used now because it will have to balance a larger amount of pressure difference on the inside of the plane over the outside where a vacuum is created.

It may not be so helpful to build a great pressure region behind the plane to push the plane forward as this will expand in all directions and little behind the plane to push it forward.

At high altitudes the air pressure may not be strong enough to provide this push force so we may have to reduce the altitude of the aircraft to where it is appropriate enough for this push force from the vacuum created.