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Raphial Morgado of Angel Labs LLC in California hereby announces to the world the launch of a new revolution in aviation technology that will finally bring us the hoped-for dreams of yesterday, via the Massive Yet Tiny (MYT) Engine and other innovations he has invented.
by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News
In the past few days, I've had the privilege of hanging out with a modern Leonardo da Vinci. Raphial Morgado even physically resembles him.
As a child, Raphial, now 62, dreamt of what we now refer to as "jetpacks" which enable humans to fly around with the freedom of a bird. "We're a superior species, why can't we fly like they do?" was a thought that has stuck with him, becoming a major theme of his life, consuming his interest and guiding his interactions.
But as a prolific inventor, that isn't the only thing that has captured his creative thought processes. He claims to have built over 100 different prototype designs so far. And though none of them have hit the marketplace yet, that isn't because they are not viable. Often, it is because they are referred to as "disruptive technologies". And the minor inventions get overshadowed by the major ones.
Angel Flight Pack™
His Jetpack, alone, would be a crowning achievement of any large company, not to mention a lone inventor. Not only will his Angel Flight Pack™, as it is trademarked, enable human flight, but it will enable payload -- such as carry a second person, or extra fuel for extended range (if the 100-mile range of the standard tank is not enough), or emergency supplies. And it only weighs 45 pounds, so you don't need a parking stall to park it, but you can carry it with you and set it next to you in a restaurant, or at your cubicle at work. He calls it the "hot rod" for its power, versatility, and maneuverability.
Finally, we will have our Jetpacks that cartoons of old got us excited about. However, FAA regulations in the US will limit their speed to 62 miles per hour. But when you can travel "as the bird flies," with no stop lights, stop signs, or traffic, then short-distance travelling will become a snap. Three hours stuck in traffic in large cities will become a 10 to 20 minute jaunt in a Jetpack. In addition to the time savings, think of the fuel savings. 100 miles on 1.5 gallons of fuel, which could include vegetable oil, biodiesel, and other renewable fuels, in any combination.
Thanks to the pioneer work of companies like Martin Aircraft and Moller Skycar, the certification process has been developed. It may be that approaching this as an experimental kit will streamline the regulations.
Other companies have developed jetpacks, but they have been inadequate for size, duration, tethering. These limits are resolved with Raphial's Angel Flight Pack design, which is small enough to fit through a door, light enough to carry, and with a range of 100 miles (unless your cargo is fuel, in which you have a two day range).
Think of the new sports, travel and exploring opportunities that will open up -- being able to venture to those remote crevices of the planet that were heretofore inaccessible -- not to mention the traffic benefits.
The thing that makes all this possible is the tremendous power-to-weight ratio that his Massive Yet Tiny (MYT) Engine is capable of. It has high torque and efficiency from low to high rpms. This makes it ideal for aviation, not to mention all the other engine applications it can fill, from vehicles to generators. "I have so much power I can allow elephants and brick houses to fly." To give you engineers a sampling of the kind of power this thing is capable of, with just 150 psi of input air, at 800 rpm, the 14" engine produced 814 foot-pounds of torque.
The MYT™ Engine features 40 times higher power-to-weight ratio, low parts count, low maintenance, high mechanical efficiency, and low pollution. It is poised to benefit applications including airplanes, ships, 18 wheelers, SUVs, passenger cars, and even down to carry-on power generators. The MYT™ Engine, as a pump/compressor, also exceeds existing pumps/compressors in providing massive pressure, volume, and flow; all in one unit.
What is astonishing to the engineers that have worked with Raphial is that the first 14" engine he built is still in operation, having been converted from running on fuel for 6 months (not continuous) to running on compressed air; and is now being converted back to running on fuel. That a first prototype would last so long is astonishing to them.
MYT Engine Power