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Various energy conservation cycle combined engine

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【課題】既存航空機類は大気中飛行で空気抵抗が非常に大きくCO2排出量が膨大、CO2排気0の宇宙飛行全盛として一日に地球を16周する等CO2排気を僅少にする。 【解決手段】被覆金属球水銀重力タービン駆動にして、大気圧同速度同容積仕事率を既存蒸気タービンの2.3万倍前後水銀仕事率等にし、多数の熱ボンブで太陽光加熱空気を圧縮して太陽光加熱空気を加熱圧縮熱回収する熱製造として、過熱蒸気温熱製造+圧縮空気冷熱製造分割保存して複数タービンの回転出力にし、既存蒸気タービンの2.3万倍前後仕事率利用の噴射推進狙いによる合体機関噴射部(78B)太陽熱重力飛行船舶(39G)駆動既存航空機類最高飛行高度付近からの理論最良ロケット噴射宇宙到達費用を1/100以下として、太陽系脱出速度ロケット狙いにし、空気抵抗0の宇宙飛行全盛にして、地球上何処でも日帰り旅行や宇宙旅行全盛にします。 【選択図】図3
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To make CO 2 -emission-free space flight florescent by minimizing CO 2 emissions for going around the earth sixteen times a day, whereas existing airplanes have an enormous amount of CO 2 emission because of very great air resistance during flight in the atmosphere. SOLUTION: Coated metallic ball and mercury gravity type turbines are driven to develop mercury power having the same speed and the same capacity as the atmospheric pressure, about 23,000 times that of an existing steam turbine. A number of heat pumps are used for compressing solar-heated air to produce heat which is recovered with the solar-heated air heated and compressed. Hot superheated steam and cold compressed air are produced and dividedly conserved to serve the rotation outputs of the plurality of turbines. Thus, a solar heat gravity airship (39G) having a combined engine jet part (78B) for jet propulsion utilizing the power about 23,000 times that of the existing steam turbine is driven to reduce theoretically best cost using a jet-powered rocket for reaching space from near the maximum flight altitude of existing airplanes, down to 1/100 or smaller, thus actualizing fully popular space flight with zero air resistance and fully enjoyable one-day trip and space trip anywhere on the earth, using the rocket having a sufficient speed for breaking away from the solar system. COPYRIGHT: (C)2011,JPO&INPIT

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