Banshee Model One

This section is for the Milspec information and how to go from the mil spec to a derivative work based on the Copy left domain
parts that are Milspec. I am following the stoner M-16, AR-15 model as closely as makes sense. Most people know that once
the design is paid once and the patent office signs off on it being mil spec it is much like public domain, where you don't have
to worry about who you have to pay for the design and you don't have to worry about using a standard bolt that is required for
the design to work as long as you can build a physical product or include it as part of something that adds value and you are
not making money off the actual design but a derviative work it is the same no cost worry, as it has already been payed for. In
this case the money has not been cleared but honestly that is not a designer working off the design's problem unless they are
fighting the design being mil spec or fighting the payment since the contract has been in force since november of nineteen
ninty seven.

Going from the milspec aerofoil or aeroframe, the parts need to be designed so that if people have different ideas for forking the
body cladding, the interior metal runners that the cladding is attached to, the beams that the cladding is attached to. The truss beams
attach to the structual beams. The interior mechinal parts and surfaces attach to the truss beams.

So I built the aerofoil concept from looking at cigar boats, sea planes, a dozen military jets and having fligth hours in a
T-38 Trainer, F-104 starfire, and F-16cj block 52. Landing all of those really is not fun.
I have driven cigar boats, bostin whalers, and a sailed a couple yatches. Those going over a wave hard hurts but a really hot aerospace craft
coming and trying to land on run way just seems like a bad idea. The issue is what if it needs to go right back out? So I started looking at
really fast cars and boats. Then I realized I plan to run air through the intakes to the turbines. So if the aerofoil is sitting in the water with the
intakes able to open and close I can simply have it suck in water and air, creating the rooster tail of a cigar boat and use the wing body to
creat just enough lift that the bottom of the aerofoil acts like a cigar boat, until it is air born or into the water depending on if it is speeding up or
slowing down.

So that means that the basic design has to be Mil Spec and then let companies build upon the basic concept. This covers things like
contouring and wing body shape because the higher accerations require more structure not less weight. The design I built has far more
thrust than any combination of material design I can find commerically avalible. The rib on the spine of the aerofoil was needed for a craft
filled with vaccuum since the water vapor hitting the crew's body is half the gee force felt.

So I think the most practical design is bolted but I might be wrong. So I use the word attach. So a design could build on it by welding or bolting
or gluing or whatever a company thinks can work, but if the design practical version fails to meet minium levels of safety then it is not milspec.
The United States Department of defense is going to set the final level of what is actually required by the spec I am just covering what I transfered
to Congress as a work for hire as part of contract that required a one time payment to my sole prop Aeromancy for three hundred seventy million
dollars. They set the amount as the inital thirty seven million dollars for one plane was more that I expected and the United States Congress
changed the Amount to Three Hundred Sevety Million USA Dollars for a Mil Spec design of pay once and everyone gets to inovate on.

So the wire color coding is the basic design if more wires are needed they have to be visibily different than the wires listed. What goes down
which wire that can be set later but the idea is to unified the wire color coding to the point it can be submited as a request for comments.
This is so that if a section of wiring fails in space, it can be unattached at the bulkhead sections, and the same coloring wiring matched
in place and have it work as it was before the wiring section fails. This is an eight section wiring design that is visiblily different in low lighting.
There is a couple other variations of eight wire but none of them are the same. On of the worst things that can happen is running across a
wire and having no idea where or what it goes to when fixing an airframe and having to remove all the outer panels to figure out what componets
it goes to. What makes sense to me might not make sense across the board but if most designs are built with eight wires that are connected
through the bulheads via a wire connector of some kind, that attached eight different types of wires the practical models that become competitors
for the United States Armed Services YF-37 variants. The design requires compressed gas that needs to be clearly set as to what a canister
contains. Right now hospitals are the closest to uniform. Everyone seems to agree that a dark green color is oxygen, a bright red color is hydrogen,
and medical air is yellow. I would include enamling any intake runs that come form the outside of the air frame to be yellow inside so that if an intake
run is punctured you know that it has to be patched before re-entry. If using tempered glass rods to make sure they don't break as fiber optic cables
you still use eight rods and use a push in latch that locks back like a bnc connector.

Wire Color Code
A1 Blue - White Strip
A2 Red - White Strip
A3 Blue
A4 Red
A5 Green - Magenta Strip
A6 Yellow - Magenta Strip
A7 Green
A8 Yellow

Canister Color Code
Medical Air  -  Yellow
Oxygen       -  Green
Hydrogen    -  Red
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The concept is to have the cladding be built to attach down to metal runners so that they snap in place from the back and have the wind hit a uniform surface but in practice it may work better to simply have them attached down next to each other instead of sliding forward and being bolted down. The most important part to consider is the design needs to force the fluid body it is moving through be it water vapor or even freezing rain away from the lifting body and then fall back to the plume created by the heated fluid or plasma behind the afterburn or exit nozzle. The cladding has to deal with expansion and compression, since the pressure has to change. One thing I noticed is in looking at volcanos the granite or silocone iron alloys tend to not expand or contract much at all so drilling out granit cladding might work. Another option is high speed steel with signifacant amounts of cobalt to slow down the impact of hot and cold tempature extremes. Some companies my find that making it a foot thick with aircraft alimium works best and others may have a couple inch thick layer of M42 or M48. The idea is that cladding is able to deal with the contoured surfaces to slip stream air across it and deflect it away form the aerofoil, so that when the aerofoil goes from hard vaccum tempatures to warm water vapor it does not end coated in ice and drops like rock out of the sky. With the propellent exhausting water vapor this is really important in a cross draft wind.
So these have textures on them but the idea is to channel the air over the wing body and standing stuctures so that the air pulls the slow moving air away from the aerofoil while the faster moving air pulls in slow moving air to create more lift. The whole concept working together cuts the air ahead of the craft apart into different steams or channels of air around it and as it is no longer modifing the air the air is pushed into a rolling mass of water vapour the aerofoil's exhausting superheated water vapour pushes against. Remembering that cold air has more push the vee or vector of the air has to push harder since the air is moving in a bunch of directions while generally moving south of the aerofoil.
Here you can see how cooling glass on a M48Ir alloy looks.
The Metal is four to eight inches thick and fits inside the
cladding and the inner plating. The plating is machined to
the size to match the outer face of the STL file and then each
seperate piece of cladding represented by a nonmanifold
polygon is bolted to a spinning wheel in which cooling glass
is poured over it or it is dipped in layers and spun to create a
falling edge that lines up with the edge of the cladding.
The glass can be machined down to clean edge if that
works better the idea is simply to use the chemical reaction
of iron based metal alloys to cooling glass to create a heat
resistant layer of glass two to four inches thick. You can
see the visible thickness of the edge here and how it can
be shaped around the blister to create a slick surface that
channels wind and water vapor across it. The canopy would
be made of layers of glass closest to hard vacuum then by
a UV resistant material then by a resin like Sabic's Lexan
I am looking into 215099 ML3732 but other may work.
I selected a dozen differnet colors and types and really all
failed the transluency execpt the ML3732 because as the
thickness increased the resin became too cloudy to see
through. The color should prevent solar glare from impacting
the view of solar objects. The resins that held up to sheering
tests are still being considered for instrament consoles.
You can see here what a glass coating might look like
when the light hits it. The glass would of course cover
every part of the outside to a depth of at least two to
four inches in depth to prevent the transfer of heat further.
This would not help flying into the sun's corona but it
would help entry and exit from the planet's atmosphere.
While the glass of the canopy so far is likely
stuck blue or clear, the glass coating the
surfaces in theory could use any metal
coloration as long as the metal dye is
not going to ignite and since I have tested
cobalt sand and powedered sea shells which
gave the glass a very pretty lavender color,
I have a feeling most metals form alloys not
flamable substances but since I likely plan
to use cobalt sand in the glass because I
like the color, or maybe layer patterns in
the layers of glass. I have not tested other
substances extensively enough to use them.