Lark ( Land Air Reconnaissance Kraft)

The lark is a land air reconnaissance vehicle able to maintain long flight times when the flight function requires the ability. Search and rescue sometimes requires more time in flight when fuel is a factor.

Parts List

1. electronics logic box "fuse block "box", electrical relay box - electricity management control "box"

2. instrumentation multi - wire "ribbon wire" bus clip connects tot he pilots dashboard

3. one way oil valve (non conductive non flammable oil / hydraulic fluid)

4. oil flow pipe

5. oil  "return manifold"

6. electricity management "box" contains transformers to then control the feed electricity to the crafts components

7. instrumentation multi - wire "ribbon wire" bus clip connects to the pilots dashboard and flight controls

8. high speed hydraulic oil oil pump

9. oil and air pressure (causes oil pressure) pressure tank sensor "block" contains pneumatic pressure sensor

    that reports to the system logic electronics mapping control electronic circuit "board" and oil pressure sensor

10. pneumatic pressure fitting pipe compression coupling mounted atop the dual component oil air pressure

      pressure tank

11. pneumatic pipe compression fitting - air pressure discharge port

12. Magneto Ac (alternating current) generator a permanent magnet generator - electrified the field coil of the

      main high voltage generator

13. voltage regulator - controls the voltage in the field coil of the main high voltage generator number 131

14. 1:10 ratio gear set sealed lubrication high side output rotation tandem rotating with the main high

      voltage generator's armature in number 131

15. R.P.M. (revolutions per minute) sensor system

16. drive chain and sprocket system (includes adjustable tension sprocket ) oil level dip stick

17. pneumatic direction selection valve used to also start the generator's rotation decompressing the stored

      air pressure within the dual component pressure tank, number 135

18. oil fill port locking screw cap

19. oil pressure discharge manifold - used to pressurize the hydraulic pistons upon the "lift bars"

20. hydraulic impeller (hydraulic draft impeller) causes total system to advance yielding fuel less

      electricity "cycling" potential without loss of "work" capacity

21. piston type air compressor also able to act as the "piston type" start impeller via valve number 17's position

22. air compressor oil pump

23. air compressor electric actuation mechanical clutch wire bus clip - electrical wires

24. air pressure sensor and flow directional valve contains one way fitting to allow air to vent or to "pressurize" the

      pneumatic pressure within the dual component pressure tank number 131

25. high speed electric motor - speed rate controlled by total electrical demand load reactive electrical current

      level controlled in the system's electronic "mapping" control circuits

26. dual component pressure tank shock casing - a safety feature

27. air filter "box"

28. oil filter - filters the air compressors internal gears

29. air compressor electric actuation mechanical clutch - engaged in the natural position so that at start up the

      clutch is engaged by mechanical coil spring pressure

30. drive chain and drive sprocket system - the oil pump number 8 then driven at high rate of rotation causing

      the pressurized oil to cause speed incline in the generator with the magnetic field resistance then counter

      acted upon by the basal air pressure within the dual component pressure storage pressure tank number 131...

      The electric motor, number 25's rotational out put rate then applied atop the fluid velocity rate to yield

      continual production of high voltage electricity to then be applied to the craft's other electrical requirements.

31.  directional oil flow valve multi port exhaust

32. encased craft external lamp "head lights"

33. hydraulic piston pivot - assist in positioning the "lift bar" solenoid electromagnetic steering system - the "lift bar"

      system then upon both sides of the craft labeled as letters "G" and "H"

34. hydraulic piston

35. forward sealed force vectoring "tumbler" allows for the sealed electric jets to change the vector of

      displacement sum of four electric jets in the tumbles with the same format as letter "A" but then within the

      tumbler there are two electric jets position to aft vector and two electric jets in the opposed position to act as

      an "air break"

36. locking hydraulic piston assembly so that when landing the craft the "park break" is then instigated upon

      this assembly to stabilize the "lift bar" acting as landing gear

37. sealed force vectoring "pneumatic "return" main air compression blower fan - the system avoids the

      "force static" within the math by coiling the "return air flow and causes constant higher air pressure within

       the "top" of the pneumatically sealed electric compound electric jet

38. electric motor - gas sealed type explosion proof

39. hydraulic draft impeller

40. hydraulic impeller drives the horizontally mounted vacuum producing blower fan number 41

41. vacuum fan - negative pressure producing blower

42. coil pneumatic "return" air pressure manifold

43.  sealed electric jet transonic electric motor "brush less" and compression jet fan

44.  transonic electricity generating impeller (permanent magnet "brush less" generator "magneto") - pneumatic

       impeller and ratio gear set assembly with the gear set's output rotation to cause higher

       rotational rate for the sealed electric jet's compression fan number 43.

       The ratio gearing system between the electric jet and the transonic pneumatic impeller is the 1:50 so

       that the input rotation is tandem with the pneumatic impellers causing fifty times the rotation for

       number 43. The produced electricity the able to be directed to the circumference electric motor contained

       in number 43.

45. venturi exhaust "gate valve" electric or hydraulic electric actuation

46. high speed hydraulic pump

47. ratio gear set sealed lubrication ratio from 1:20 so that the "20" of the ratio gear set is then tandem rotation

      with the internal pump "wheel" in number 46

48. "lift bar" forward "headlamp" - weather encased

49. forward "lift bar" solenoid and electromagnetic "steering" system

50. solenoid and electromagnetic slide rack "extraction pull handle"

51. heavy rubber landing tread

52. lift bar "tumbler" slide out rack

53. electrical power conduit electricity feed encased

54. auxiliary generator system - electricity  generator for the super cooling solenoid and electromagnetic chamber

      cooling system for letters "H" and "G" - a hydraulic draft effect generator obtaining fluid velocity and pressure

      post hydraulic pump in

      Hydraulic fluid post solenoid core rod hydraulic center piston then to return to the combined component

      air pressure hydraulic fluid pressure tank - solenoid core rod actuation by electric actuation valve block to

      raise and lower the solenoid core rod hydraulic pistons. In the above hyper link numbers 19 and 6 may

      be enclosed to cause a closed loop pneumatic pressure cycle. The drive shafts in the above hyper link

      then driving hydraulic pumps to feed fluid pressure to the solenoid core rods in number 105

55. Nitrogen super cooler refrigeration system cools the internal components of the "lift bars"

56. redundant power conduit encased electrical power conduit

57. aft "tumbler" slide out rack for the solenoid and electromagnetic electromagnets within the lift bar

58. flight control steering levers

59. pilots chair

60. seat back rest adjustment and pilots air system feed - internal CO2 scrubbers and air pressure regulators

      for the pilots face mask

61. (five) 5 point safety harness - seat belt of slightly flexing material with maximum safety stop within the

      composite laminate seat belt fabric

62. external canopy air discharge.... vent ports external defrost - internal defog and cockpit heating vents

63. canopy fixed for pressurized cockpit

64. pilots chair back rest - contains... zero gravity propulsion-  re-breather ( CO2 scrubber) -  medical kit -

      communication - and parachute - the pilot "wears" the detachable seat back rest if critical failure occurs

      while jumping out of the craft

65. co-pilots instrumentation control panel both sides

66. co-pilots chair

67. sliding co-pilots canopy - slide rack causes pressurized cockpit

68. aft lamp

69. aircraft maker lamp

70. aft air foil elevator wing system heated by electric resistance to prevent icing

71. aft aircraft market lamp

72. air foil rudders sum of two upon each vertical pylon upon the rear air foil equally spaced from the

      top view center line

73. air exchange and defrost deicing system for the aft rudders

74. rear mount camera for dashboard visual display

75. aft marker lamp

76. cockpit H.V.A.C. heating ventilation and air conditioning systems Co2 scrubbers sum of two

77. flight sphere venturi over pressure safety valve discharges and as a sensor reduces the venturi over pressure

      to act as a safety measure controlled venting in to the spherical positional flight mobiles center air pressure

      storage tank disk

78. center disk air pressure tank

79. center disk pressure tank shock casing acts as projectile safe barrier

80. venturi discharge vacuum  (negative pressure chamber)

81. venturi throttle valve

82. rear tail light - run lamp red 

83. break lamp - red

84. extending stair case slide out stair case

85. circular wheel rack - allows the "lift bar" to rotate within it's encasement

86. high capacity electromagnets aligned repellent

87. connecting rod - connects multiple upper magnets

88. top plate roller wheel

89. solenoid rack guide bars

90. crown wheel - roller wheel

91. solenoid electromagnet position sensor system also around the circumference of the field coil / electricity

      slip ring current transference - allows for the information to report the position of the "tumbler" for correct force


92. stationary mount field coil and electricity transference slip ring

93. solenoid driven "rise rack" lifts the lower electromagnets

94. guide bearings for the  "rise rack"post beam

95. guide bearings for the  "rise rack"post beam

96. guide bracket mount for the lock system using number 98

97. solenoid mounting carriage "tumbler carriage"

98. solenoid locking system prevents the tumbler from rotating when engaged "lift system "park break" mounts

      to the rotational "tumbler not the fixed support bracket supporting the stator field coil, number 133

99. tumbler frame fillet structural support

100. roller wheels - the roller wheels ride in circular "tracks" allowing the force vector to change allowing

        for craft steering

101. tumbler pendulum and extending horizontally adjustable height armature for the tumblers positional

        electric motor armature extending mirror line (the design is the same upon both sides of the mirror line)

102. solenoid core contact electricity contact "brushes" roller wheel type electricity transference "brush"

103. solenoid core rod guide bearings

104. lift bar  "tumbler" field coil stator positional electric motor

105. high capacity solenoid - linear electric motor causes the core rod to push upward when the core rod is

        electrified core rod contains internal hydraulic piston to assist in raising the core rod assembly compressing

        the magnetic bubble between the electromagnets - hydraulic fluid transference then using a swivel hydraulic

        fluid flow coupling. Hydraulic fluid pressure for the solenoids "core rod" hydraulic piston assembly then

        obtained from the generator system within number 54.

       The mounting bracket for the core rod hydraulic piston then mounting to brackets upon the exterior surface

       for the solenoid so that the force is upon the bracket welded and bolted to the outer hull of the solenoid. The

       resultant opposed force from the core rod center hydraulic piston does not carry to the rotating "tumbler" is 

       then nullified in the lift equation by the tensile strength upon mounting bracket attached to the outer hull of

       the solenoid. The extending pendulum and armature that positions the tumbler then upon a fixed extension

       rod attached to the base of the core rod hydraulic piston that produces a fixed distance between the tumbler

       electric motor field coil and the armature that rotated the tumbler carriage.

106. solenoid mounting to the top plate bore holes threaded

107. fillet structural support

108. rear door hatch arc

109. 1:20 ratio gear set

110.  electrical current transfer slip ring and R.P.M. sensor assembly

111. hydraulic fluid pressure pipe

112. vacuum transonic sealed bearing race and r.p.m. sensor assist in vacuum transonic control

113. hydraulic fluid pressure pipe

114. lift bar hinge

115. hydraulic fluid pressure regulator

116. hydraulic fluid impeller - causes the vacuum transonic , number 37 to rotate at high speed due to the

        hydraulic draft effect induced by the speed of the hydraulic pump number 46

117. induction safety cage - prevents unwanted e.m.p. or electrical induction disruption from effecting the flight

        electric jets

118. thermal insulation

119. hyper air pressure blower compression fan with one way valve

120. craft chassis rail "frame"

121. lift bar  "hinge"

122.  lift bar access panel "hinges"

123.  lift bar access panel

124. lift bar access panel door handle

125. co-pilots emergency flight control joy stick

126. aft entry door hinge

127. aft door entry door handle (causes pressure seal for pressurized cockpit)

128. slide out stair rack guide track

129. electrical component  "bay" high voltage electricity control magnetic field insulated

130. electric servos positions the "rings" of the spherical positional flight mobile center line mount flight sphere

131. main high voltage generator of electricity

132. heated hand rail

133. tumbler fixed mounting frame

134. oil drain

135. pressure tank electrical ground point

136. hand grip flight speed  "throttle"

137. hand break break lever actuates retro thrust and adjust inertia pitch by adjusting the engine system keeping

        the vehicle level

138.  flight system instrumentation display panel and fault display

139.  hand break break lever actuates retro thrust and adjust inertia pitch by adjusting the engine system keeping
         the vehicle level

140. electricity current transfer slip ring

141. mounting bore compresses rubber bushing between the plates

142. top plate bushing / solenoid outer casing stator field coil wire windings mounting


The solenoid and electromagnetic lift bars then with the intent to function to cause lift. The surface area is a critical factor when factoring for the system function area  ( larger up force surface ie... bottom of the top electromagnetic area causing distributed uplift...smaller higher capacity electromagnets on the  "rise rack" , number 93 causing greater magnetic repellence ). If for example through the force range of 1 lbs. through 1600 lbs. (vehicle weight) of upward force is instigated upon the core of the solenoid and 1 lbs. through 1600 lbs.+ (lift weight up force and plus + additional repulsive magnetic  "pressure" is the lift weight acceleration factor...).

The acceleration factor of magnetic repulsion is induced between the electromagnets is then slightly greater than the electromagnet up force  "pressure" ...the upward force "weight" of the vehicle and is induced by electromagnetism. This yields a magnetic "pressure" bubble. The solenoid then raises the rise rack lower magnet's with a higher level of repulsive magnetism causing up force. The core rod compressed the magnetic bubble by increasing the solenoid's electricity level causing mechanical motion of the solenoid's core rod lift rack (armature of the linear electric motor).. a diagonal lift graph will be incurred factoring the actual specific weight of the mechanism. Within the force equation the opposed or resultant force is counteracted by the level of repulsive electromagnetism.

The construction material selection is a critical factor in factoring the performance dynamic. Construction material needs to be high strength and light weight as this is a factor in the force equation for the  "lift bars". The greater up force then with within the solenoid (vehicle weight), so factor weight of the vehicle, lift bar tumbler casing, lift bar air refrigeration system and lift bar generator assembly.

Then add electromagnetic lift in repulsive force (lift weight), from the electromagnets to then surpass lift requirement weight in magnetic pressure exceeding total weight  loaded....flight electricity then applied to the solenoid to lift the repulsive force between the electro-magnetics... think compression of a magnetic bubble...... then the additional energy applied to the core rod in the solenoid raises the compressed magnetic bubble between the electromagnetics at their energy level with assistance of the center hydraulic piston assembly.

The opposite but equal action in force the counteracted twice as the rise plate containing the rubber bushing, number 142 is being pushed upward and the core rods reactant downward force then also reduced in effect by the surface area then distributed by the roller wheels placement in the tumbler carriage and displacement area ie... the surface area of the electromagnets is also greater than the roller wheels contact surface area..... up!

* Note - a percentile of produced electrical current in number 131 then able to be "re-introduced" to the

             generator's drive electric motor number  25 causing a "baug" resistant "load" reactive power ban....

* Note - number 21 is also used as a  "Start up" pneumatic impeller to begin the generators system initial

             rotation with the valve  number 17 correctly positioned.

* Note - there are six letter "A's" ( internal sealed electric jet engines) vertical vector aligned within the hull

             space from the vehicle's center line allowing for displacement triangulation and continual lift from the

             sealed force vectored letter's "A" should engine malfunction or component failure occur. Additionally there

             are four letter "A's" in the horizontal flight rotator in the forward of the craft then with two of those

             engines mounted to cause retro vector as an air break system.

             The forward rotator then using swivel hydraulic fluid fittings to allow for the hydraulic pressure feed from

             the pressure manifolds. The engine's casings then with "shock casing" to prevent manufacturing defect

             from ejecting. The shock casing is a protective high impact shield.

* Note - all electrical components are electrically insulated from the hull of the vehicle with additional magnetic

             field insulation to then insulate the pilots from induced electrical current or be exposed to excessive

             high magnetic field.

* Note - vehicle hull of composite material for service parameter including radiation shielding....

* Note - canopy has additional hard impact cover with cameras rated for space flight...

* Note - critical to understand within the force equation within the lift bars... return force is directional  "offset"

             by changing the force vector of the instigation point of application... ie... the equal but opposite force creates

             a "static effect" in the math so by causing the opposed force to go laterally the static in the

             force equation is then offset allowing lift to occur. The solenoid cor rosd hydraulic piston then allowing for

             the counter force in the mechanics to extract from the design  the vector reactant force by

             discharging hydraulic pressure externally to a pneumatically sealed hydraulic fluid container contained

             within the hydraulic fluid pump system

* Note - the "lift bars" contain magnetic field inductance cages in the hull to control electromagnetic pulse and or

             high magnetic field from effecting people upon the exterior of the craft... the subsequent electrical charge

             then harvested and controlled dissipated in a safe manor... also care must be taken on the material

             selection of the  "tumbler" support frame then material then of fiber glass and carbon graphite / epoxy

             with magnetically insulated thin stain less steel embedded within the laminate composite forming the

             structural support of the "tumbler" frame. This should prevent unwanted magnetic gauss

G and H are solenoid / electromagnetic electromagnets for force vectoring within powered  "tumblers" to then steer the craft. Letter "G" and "H" lift bar "banks" move independently while also being able to produce lift.  Detailed schematic at


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