Since 11.12.14
US Patent Pending
                      

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I invented the TSVLS 15 years ago.

TSVLS.com LLC
43 N Badalona Drive
Hot Springs Village, AR 71909
501-993-4384

Charles Medlock, Inventor/Real Estate Broker (above),

 
The TSVLS is a 15 year plus project, I've been developing independently, built a half dozen prototypes, taken models of it to Oshkosh 2012.
 
It appears to have been overlooked by classically trained professionals in the field.  Neither the University of Arkansas Aeronautical department, nor the Federal Laboratory Consortium are able to model it.  This lack of analysis and the fact that on the face of it, it appears to operate against the laws of thermodynamics may be why it has been so long overlooked. 

In our testing, we have found the TSVLS to be predictable at varying diameters.  One test we performed was with a 20" box fan, blowing downward, hung from a single point so it would react to torque when turned on.  We placed vertical, asymmetrical airfoils beneath it at three different power settings.  It balanced torque in all three. 

We built an 85" diameter TSVLS and gave the specifications to Dr. Saberi at Advanced Rotor-craft Technology, who did a preliminary computer analysis and reported the craft would control 100% of the torque.  He also reported the "load doesn't matter very much" as far as the angle of attack of the vertical airfoils was concerned.

Dr. Khan at the Tuskegee Institute looked at it and contributed to our registered copyrighted manuscript after we were invited to present at the 2010 International Power Lift Conference.  We also presented at the vtol.org, Vertical Flight Society Specialist Conference on the future of VTOL in 2011.


Sizes and Configurations under consideration

Toys - Radio Controlled Giant Scale Craft - Radio Controlled Aerial Crane - Unmanned Aerial Vehicle - Personal Aerial Vehicle - Flying Car - Commercial/Industrial Lifting Without Pilots or Airports 

Possible Uses

Forest and Crop Inspection - Search and Rescue - Boarder Patrol - Sport, Local, Regional Transportation -Living on the Highest Mountain or The Deepest Valley - Supplies for Remote Locations - Mobility for the Handicapped - Disaster Evacuation - Exploration - Sight Seeing - Hunting - Fishing - 50,000 Fewer Traffic Deaths in the US Alone - Shorter Travel Time - Safe - Low Cost - Crowd Control - Military Defensive and Offensive, Urban, Jungle, and Remote Outpost Crafts - 





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