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Technology Integration  

Core Technologies

Disruptive innovations pose several adaptive challenges to the culture of organizations and companies, because they are addressed with a high degree of conventional views of market, effectiveness, and technology readiness uncertainties. Disruptive innovation like the Tachyon Aerospace’s propulsion system, radiation shielding, and flight design challenges the status quo outside and within the industry’s culture. Past and present routines act as barriers to the fortunate development and understanding of modernist innovation.

Advanced Propulsion System
This alternative propulsion system will reduce travel times, delays, save fuel, lower carbon emissions and drastically increase range. The applications for the propulsion system has potentials for enhancing Military Flight Systems, Commercial Flight Transportation, Rockets and Unmanned Flight Vehicles which have relied on turbine, solid or liquid-fuel.

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Solar Gravity Assist Drive (SGAD)
Tachyon Aerospace will build this technology into the TAV1. We will be happy for the physics academia to come and see it in action. The SGAD system isn’t a complete anti-gravity system. It works with some of our other technologies to reduce weight in the TAV1, and it helps to control the magnetic fields around the spacecraft to contain the plasma shielding. It is also used for the gyro-stabilizers and flight-control systems.

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Fuel Modules
 

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Fuel Production Plant
 

The craft is fitted with its own onboard fuel production plant. The fuel module has seven fuel tanks, each holding approximately 50 liters of various chemicals. The fuel production plant mixes minimal amounts of various chemicals “on-demand” to produce a highly efficient fuel supply for the TAV 1 engines. The fuel production module produces millions of cubic feet of gas. The gas is then processed through a series of electromagnetic resonant frequency chambers and integrated through the fuel module.

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Plasma Fusion Reactor Core
PowerCore
 

 

The PowerCore is a low-input, resonate power generator that has been prototyped to 36″ (diameter) by 14″. It can be scaled up to any desired output levels. The prototyped 36″ by 14″ model is capable of providing upwards of 100kW of power when integrated with the Fusion Plasma Reactor Core. This device is responsible for powering the Positive Ion Generators, Gyro Guidance System, Static Propulsion, Co2 Laser Initiators, and Radiation Shields, with all the supplementary electronics on board the craft.

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Bi-polar Field Generators
To generate the Bi-polar fields we take two Neodymium N52 magnets and put them through a “proprietary” magnetic resonance field to disrupt and reconfigure the pole axis on the magnets at an Atomic level. These fields make the electrons which line up in the magnets, which then become unstable.

All magnets have “North” and “South” poles. After being exposed the “proprietary” resonance fields, the N52 magnets display abnormal polarities. If you were to push the two North Poles of the magnets together they wouldn’t stick but if the “South” poles were facing each other, they would experience a sudden pulse and pull towards each other. Bi-polar magnets are capable of pulling the two “South Poles” together. This doesn’t mean that the N52 magnets being used are different in size one bigger than the other so they stick together in the “dead spot”. The magnets have to be exactly identical.

The end result of the two “South poles” sticking together is “North Pole jets” coming out of the either “North” ends of the magnets. This leaves a “South” pole in the middle of the two magnets. This process creates Bi-polar Magnetic fields.

1/2 Megawatts Positive Ion Generators
 

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Positron Field Generators
 

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Hollow-Suite Cockpit
  • Short throw projection systems.
  • 360° cockpit fully immersive avionics suite

Frequency Controlled Generators
The generators operate with an audible frequency. The best way to describe it would be, if operating a singular crystal glass that resonates and then shatters within the craft, there are conduits charged with inert gas, which the transducers are embedded in. These transducers transmit an audible frequency. The transducers have an active moving magnetic core. These transducers are unique by nature and have been designed by Tachyon Aerospace to address our avionics systems. When the crystal-based transducers receive a frequency from the other transducers, it resonates the core, which then resonates an electrical charge into the coil that acts as a switch.

Just by operating the transducers by audible frequencies gives us the ability to split the frequency band into thousands of frequencies. By sending different audible frequencies to different crystal based transducers, we can achieve a diverse level of control and systems communication from a single transducer based on its frequency voltage output. This completely eradicates the need for complex wiring and bulky avionics boxes.

These transducers are directly connected to the electronics, as well, which will monitor the infrasound and ultrasound frequencies being communicated. This mitigates the risk of damage and system failure that could occur because of magnetic interference in space or the ones being generated on the exterior of the craft for shielding. This system allows us to extract the use of fiber optics because of fragile nature in alternative environments.

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Alternative Research and Development
Tachyon Aerospace has several off-shoot technologies that were a result of aerospace research but not part of the TAV 1 project.

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Additional Technologies

Tachyon Aerospace has developed several technologies in addition to the ones listed above, including:

  • 1/2 Megawatt Positive Ion Generators
  • Positron Field Generators
  • Hollow-Suite Cockpit
  • We hope to release more information about these technologies soon.