Climate Change Mitigation Technology

Design Desk Inc.

Cargo Craft


The cargo Craft is a two air plane air craft. The system is intended for long range flight safety to prevent airliner disaster with redundant flight system to compensate for mechanical failure. The "Micro Airliner" is an advancement in aeronautics demonstrating sealed force vectoring redundant engines system that are electric and operate on a fuel less generator system. The engines and generators are shielded from electromagnetic pulse with a cage that diffuses the pulse.


The 20 seat aircraft also then fuel less will allow for reasonable flight tickets... as well as an increased level of security with separate entrance for the pilots with a blast wall between the passenger seating and the cockpit. Since most long flights are over water the craft is able to hover land and float in the water due to the redundancy within the systems design. The top craft then being with additional features including forward flap system upon the forward small wings and flotation upon the vertical "out wing" then with redundant rudder flaps.The delta wing separator then also being with person cargo spaces with medical and emergency supply storage. The "separator / delta wing unit" may also be able to water land to deliver disaster relief supplied in the situation post natural disaster.


The air craft then also using a wind slip effect by vectoring air from the aft of the vehicle to the nose of the craft to reduce the thermal mechanical stress effect of high speed travel.

































Parts List


1. cock pit

2. avionics / pilots lavatory / co2 scrubber

3. Delta wing separator  360 degree flight mobile "sealed force vectoring"

4. Delta wing shape flight wing for the separator

5. solid flotation surrounding the cargo bay ( within the delta separator)

6.  lavatory ( sum of two ) with center lane "hall" co2 scrubber

7. exterior air intake vents for the dual electric jet engines , number 9

8. pontoon wing /  fuselage wing

9. main engine electric jet "bay" sum of two engine systems ( including power source with "cross wire"

    capacity (ie. able to switch power source for each reroute ability upon the drive system and required

    regulating electronics " e.m.p. shielded electronics

10. fuselage aft flight sphere ( spherical positional sealed force vectoring mobile )

11.  pontoons  ( sum of two) then also containing redundant landing gear as a safety system

12. aft retractable staircase

13. magnet locking ( also hard lock with fault sensors / locks the stair case pressure tight)

14. landing gear

15. landing gear delta separator

16. static compressor sealed force vectoring engine system

17. water line when telescopic flotation is extended

18. sealed force vectoring "rotor" disk lifter http://www.designdeskinc.com/disk-lifter.html engine

      system or the Hover Motor system at http://www.designdeskinc.com/hover-motor.html ( both sides of the fuselage)

19.  landing gear solid tires dual wheel retractable landing gear ( delta wing separator)

20.  landing gear solid tires dual wheel retractable landing gear  ( pontoon wing main aircraft )

21. forward nose guard directs the nose out ward air flow contains communication transmitter, radar, other

      transmitters receiver  antennas

22. cockpit wind shield

23. forward elevator ( small front wing ) upon each front wing ...wing leading edge contains electric resistance

      heating element

24. weighted / lamp housing

25.  electric jet fan " air compressor / retro vector  vents direct to the exterior and to directly slip cycle to

       reduce the aerodynamic resistance by venting air flow around the fuselage of the air craft reducing

       aerodynamic drag

26. Delta wing separator flight spheres ( spherical positional mobiles - sealed force vectoring)

27. aft vectoring electric jet engines ( sum of two)

28. pontoon wing fuselage elevators ( wing leading edge contains electric resistance heating element to prevent icing

29. cargo "deck" elevator hydraulic piston system to lower the cargo deck for easy loading ( pressure seal

      with redundant  safety fault sensors)

30. Delta wing

31. length of delta separator

32. medical bay / personnel compartment for the delta separator

33. pontoon

34. fixed tail wing at 65 degrees off of the lateral zero and from 180 degree horizontal plane both then to the 90

      degree quadrant point of a hemisphere

35. delta wing separator locking points redundant locking  with lock out and manual override

36. fuselage wiring conduit and HVAC ( heating and air conditioning / air filtration  and emergency

      decompression overhead oxygen storage system

37. tail marker lamp sum of two

38. aft marker lamp

39. marker lamp

40. marker lamp

41. forward " small wing"

42. medical storage / co2 scrubber water cycle - water storage - fold out septic toilet - bio hazard wast

      confinement - decompression safety system O2 mask thermal suits should decompression occur

43. hatch for personnel / medical bay- pressure safe redundant

44. passenger seating ( sum of two isles with minimum of two feet  between the fuselage and chairs

      with 4' (foot) wide isle ( over sized seating )

45. delta separator magnet lock - locks to the pontoon fueslage

46. air jet air intake grill

47. slip cycle air discharge mainfold

48. hydraulic landing gear piston system

49. electromagnet and clip on rail tow rails

50. medical bay lock in harness padded back rest and fold out seating vertical shock absorption

51. air lock access hatch from the pontoon fuselage to the delta separator

52. retractable pilots stair case pressure safe seal with redundant safety system and manual gearing

      electromagnet lock and pressure seal safety system

53.  blast wall divides the passenger compartment from the cockpit

54.  hinge


Note - Number 18 then may also be placed within the blast wall number 52 and an additional rotor

           assembly , number 18 then placed aft just before the aft spherical positional flight mobile

           number  10. This will allow the craft to rotate upon the  axis center line from the nose to

           the tail of the craft.


Note - The total of static compression system upon the craft then are in opposite direction , two forward

           vectoring ( fuselage),  two rear vectoring  ( wing pontoons ).....