Glider Motor System
The glider motor system is a motorcycle engine system for conversion of current internal combustion engine systems. The design may also be implemented for a hang glider then with the propeller system then locking to the crown gear within the differential / planetary gear connecting to a ratio gear set prior to the final drive transonic propeller. For flight system the belt systems are then redundant ie. 2 belts per system application.
The crank shaft sprocket then attaches tandem rotating with the stock engine crankshaft with the pistons removed along with the piston cylinders of the stock internal combustion motorcycle engine system. This allows one to use the transmission that came with the motorcycle with the high voltage explosion proof, shock casing, seal inert gas, electric generator mounted atop the the stock transmission. The generator then with internal magneto to produce the field coil / stator feed current to begin the generator's output.
The design "starts" by pneumatic displacement spinning a dynamo via air pressure displacement then impaling a pneumatic impeller for a short run "burst" ( only required 7 seconds aprox, to then generate the required electricity ( direct current ) Dc current in the permanent magnetic dynamo. the wattage is then fed to the Dc ( direct current to Ac ( alternating current ) electrical power inverter then voltage regulated before the electricity is governed by the throttle. The "throttle" also then acting , via mechanical linkage connected to a hydraulic restriction valve feeding oil ( silicone oil ) pressure to the electric motors hydraulic impeller.
The generators current is then directed to the electric motor keeping the system tilting and sustaining rotation with the idle able to be advanced due to the fact the generator has excess available electricity to advance the electric motor. The pulley and belt drive system then having a larger pulley upon the differential output drive shaft than the smaller tension pulley and the receiving pulley upon the armature drive shaft of the generator.
Total system resistance then measured by idle requirement then equates to the total air pressure Nm plus start burst displacement time. This allows for the system to flow idle without pneumatic displacement due to the fact the silicone oil then being under pressure.
The return silicone oil will reenter the combined component pressure tank then venting the oil into the air pressure as the pressure will flex / compress as a gas and the hydraulic fluid being pumped will act as a soil then under the pumping pressure.
Following please find the system with the counter tilt effect then within the ratio gear set via an internal hydraulic impeller then causing the rotational speed resistance produced when using a rate amplification ratio gear set then nullified yielding greater speed for the primary flow system. The additional internal hydraulic impeller then being tandem rotation with the high side of the ratio gear set.
Pulley ratios as follows ( differential ) 4:1 "4" being the drive pulley. "1" then being the pulley upon the generator drive shaft. upon the opposite end of the generator the drive shaft then being a pulley system at 2:1 ratio with the "2" then upon the drive shaft protruding from the generator connected to the armature and the "1" then the pulley ratio connected to the counter tilted ratio gear set.
Following find the design system with automatic air pressure re-pressurization via on board air
pump ( piston type compressor).
The additional model with the air pump then within the rotational drive "line/ system" is then also with an electric clutch sensing the air pressure at the air pressure sensor upon the combined component pressure tank to automatically re-pressurize the air pressure by engauging the electric clutch between the drive pulley and the piston type compressor tush filling the air pressure in the tank to it's safe operating pressure automatically. The piston type air compressor has an air filter upon it's intake flow tube.
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