The First and Original Inventor: Volume 2

The First and Original Inventor: Volume 2

by Richard Chastain

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ISBN-13: 9781524618483
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 07/15/2016
Pages: 278
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.76(d)

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The First and Original Inventor

Human Powered Transportation Means for the 21st Century


By Richard Chastain

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Copyright © 2016 Richard Chastain
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ISBN: 978-1-5246-1848-3



CHAPTER 1

The Seven Years Year of Relaxation


It is 2070A.D. and the cost of living has risen to a point where a gallon of milk costs $12. The population is 7.8 billion on the Earth. The population of the United States alone is 1.02 billion people. Decades ago an individual brought an idea to the Government that was centuries old. The Government ignored it. As an individual researched old documents sent to the Government an old document was come across, and brought to the Congress and to the State Senator from which State the document had come those many decades ago. In the document was written a suggestion of how to gain from the loss of control over the economy and how to put it in to some kind of order. The problem facing the United States under the suggestion was that it would have to submit to "getting small". These are the conditions of the suggestion; it is called the Seven Years Year Of Relaxation:

In the present day there are many loans out which are subject to many years, and these loans are spread out without regard to their start date or their end date, except that they begin and end, and they are stretched out over numerous periods of time, each one different, starting on a different day it may be for the same time, starting on the same day for a different time period, and these loans are smeared over the calendar as it were a gray mass, a smudge of loans, for years and years, beginning and ending at all times, every day, ceaselessly, and they are routinely started up without regard for the reduction of paperwork, or for making any concession to account for the smearing of loans over time otherwise.

There is a solution: Beginning immediately, set a seven year period throughout which any loan may be taken out. The following day the period for which a loan may be taken out is one day less than seven years. Then, the following day, two days less than seven years, then three, four, five less, and so on, and the days count down as the seven years elapses. Borrowing the absolute maximum amount of money one can borrow at the beginning of the seven year period does not allow the same amount the next day unless the interest rates go down. This is ad Perpetua continuously as the days progress towards the end of the seven year period. Anyone can borrow money, but if anyone borrows as much as one can borrow, the next day if the interest rates are the same that one cannot borrow as much as the day before because there are less days to pay it back before the seven year period ends.

All present outstanding loans will have to filter out provided the seven year period is established. The thirty and forty year loans will eventually fall out after they expire. Once they are all gone then no one will be able to take out a loan longer than seven years provided it occurs at the beginning of the seven year period; otherwise the period will be less long as the seven years period counts down from seven years to zero, at which point, if all the loans are paid back there can be a celebration overnight or on the weekend if the seven year period ends on a Friday and the banks close for the weekend.

Nevertheless, if the richest person in America were to apply for a loan, they would not be able to borrow as much per each day the seven year period counts down to zero days each day the seven years period becomes less and less in days. No matter how rich that person is, unless the interest rates go down they can only borrow less than the day before or else they cannot afford the loan. That is where "getting small" plays in, downsizing the United States. That's where the money is.

So now there is the prospect of someone not being able to pay back a loan. Prior to the last and final year of the seven years year of relaxation it should seem logical to foreclose on the loan: however, if the individual has paid the loan for the past six years and has taken out a seven year loan, and in the final few months of the seven year period cannot pay the loan payment, the loan shall be forgiven of the person not able to pay the loan who has shown such willingness to pay the loan for so long and the loan shall be forgiven the person, and the end of the seven years year of relaxation shall not be a miserly disgruntling situation of failure to repay a debt but shall be a celebration of all debts paid and for what it's worth Life, and the debt shall be forgiven. As well, in the final year it shall be allowed them that they shall pay as best they can and if in the end on the last day they cannot pay back the debt it shall be forgiven them.

Now most people will want good credit in the next seven years period and a forgiven debt shall not go down as bad credit, because it was in the last year of the seven year period. Others however, who do not repay their creditors may get bad credit reports for not paying back their loans in the prior seven years save the last one of the seven years period. I will leave these persons to the jurisprudence of the courts and with their consideration that money is not that important although one needs it to eat and cloth oneself, besides that keeping-up-with-the-Joneses isn't a reason to default on a loan, it is reasonable to assume that Judges can decide these things, therefore I will continue:

The prospect of having a seven years year of relaxation introduces interest rate competition of lending institutions as the seven year period comes to a close, in order to have people take out loans from them. Interest rate competition is good for the economy provided the interest rates go down, I assume. Of course the interest rates could always go haywire at the end of the seven year period. Who knows? Getting everybody to "Fall-in" as it were, and get all the outstanding loans paid while the seven years period is going on and having them all fall-in to the seven year period and making everyone and everything "Get Small" (Downsize) will be an accomplishment in itself. Rich people will have to live in smaller houses because they can't borrow as much money as they could yesterday during the seven years period because they have less number of days to pay off the loan. Paperwork will be consolidated in to seven year periods with no paperwork at the end of the seven years, except maybe all the people who prepare for the seven years loan and get approved to be started on the first day of the seven year period. Maybe there will be lots of paperwork: nevertheless, there will be a celebration at the end of the seven years, whether it be overnight or over the weekend every seven years, a celebration of no loans outstanding, no one owing any money. The thing is that not being able to borrow as much per consecutive days leads to wealthy people having to buy small, and smaller every day that passes. Unless there is more money to borrow with there can be no borrowing more money as long as the period of time is decreasing to borrow money in, if the interest rates are not competing and going down as the days are becoming fewer and fewer for borrowing the money as the seven years period elapses.


Yet the Government will not heed this interest, at least not yet anyway. It may yet be one day when the Government sees that it is feasible to stop being so intimidating when it comes to the malfeasance of money and proliferate it down through to the people that money is not all that important with the exception of causing someone's death by taking it. As for loans, Ebenezer Scrooge is the example in this respect. So Bah Humbug to money. The seven years year of relaxation should make it so there is plenty of money for everyone and there eventually should be no more poor people in the United States. Take it upon oneself to loan someone $50 under the seven years year of relaxation. Count down from 2556 days starting your own seven year period in the event that anyone should want to borrow money from you. Now set your interest rate to, say, x 1.5 after seven years. That's almost $1.82 a month at fixed interest. Seven years is not a long time to pay back a loan except to some people. Now this is where getting borrowing as much as possible is not as much as what borrowing is today. Say, the richest person in town could borrow $30,000,000 today at 5% interest and pay it back in 30 years. Under the seven years year of relaxation that person might only be able to borrow $250,000 at 5% and pay it back in seven years, or $249,300 the next day at 5% and pay it back in 2555 days, or some such thing like that. As the days decrease in number the person cannot borrow as much as the day before at the same interest rate. The payments will either be more for the same amount or the person has to borrow less to get the same payment because they have less time to pay off the loan. The seven year period counts down from seven years.

Let us celebrate when the seven year period is over and there are no outstanding loans. What a day that will be. And gradually all the people of the nation will get wealthy.

Prices should also be competitive towards the end of the seven year period and borrowing large amounts of money becomes less, prices would seem to suggest a going down, which perhaps would seem to be a notoriously bad effect on the economy, but that would seem to introduce more spending which would be good for the economy. All this competition would with interest rates and prices would seem good for the economy. Capturing the loans period in to perpetuating seven years periods running consecutively indefinitely should capture and get gain from putting a start date and an end date to the period in which loans may be made. Shorter loans may be made during the seven years period and paid off provided they start and end during the remaining time during the seven years period or the remaining days of the seven years period: e.g. a four year loan may be made within the period remaining of five years and 234 days in the seven years period.

Not all explanations are made here for the Seven Years Period. Competition is a good thing, so is downsizing. It does seem to be proven that some businesses prosper and manage to stay in business by downsizing. The National Debt seems to be a problem. No President, it seems, seems to be able to get a good handle on the National Budget. It would seem logical to establish a test group for the Seven Years Year Of Relaxation in the United States and try it and see how it performs, and if it performs well enough expand it in the United States, and should it prove normal as a performing factor in economics let it take over the present status of the lending institutions in the United States if things are working out with it and let's "get small" (downsize). Perhaps downsizing will introduce recovery in the National Budget. Let us hope so.


I hope you've enjoyed this Thesis despite the fact that it was a dollar and only eight pages long. There is probably somewhat more that can be written about the Seven Years Year Of Relaxation but I haven't thought of what it could be just now. If I think of anything else I will write it and reapply it to the file download. Thanks.

This Thesis was written by Richard L. Chastain

CHAPTER 2

Human Powered Helicopter Explanation

(VTOL Pedaled Flying Machine Powered By A Hydraulic Power Plant)


This human powered helicopter is designed to lift a 275+ pound person. The calculations for the lift blade apply 2,431.6 pounds of lift and drag to the lift blade at maximum output. Lift blade revolutions output are shown in the calculations. A calculation of torque applies force to the impeller inside the lift blade impeller gallery as shown in the calculations. The formula for Fluid Mechanics of Inertia applies the required volume of hydraulic fluid to account for the static load of force at the impeller times revolutions plus fluid flow through the relief passageways at static flow volume output at maximum applied force. This sum quantity equals the initial meshing gear teeth volume of the secondary power transmission. The same force at the lift impeller applies at the secondary power transmission. Note that all of the hydraulic forces are in SUCTION. Next, the clearance volume in the secondary power transmission is calculated at the same force, the exponent of the formula for Fluid Mechanics of Inertia is multiplied to the clearance volume and the product is added to the initial meshing gear teeth volume of the secondary power transmission. This is the final volume of the secondary power transmission. Note that all these calculations are made with respect to two crank revolutions at the operator pedals and chainring per second which is equal to maximum output performance, 128 cadence per minute.

The applied force is still the same at the secondary power transmission meshing gears teeth. Now, roughly estimate a circumference for the secondary power transmission impeller and calculate its torque using the force at the meshing gear teeth of the secondary power transmission center gear diameter (preferably the working depth diameter). The force at the impeller radius working depth of the impeller blade vanes is now calculated back through the drive train to the operator. Once the desired Operator force is applied divide a percentage of the desired force at the operator (say, 67%) into the resulting force of the calculations at the operator and multiply the quotient to the diameter of the impeller and the product should result in the desired diameter of the impeller resulting in the 67% required operator's force through the drive train at the pedals center axis. The 67% applied force will equal 100 minus the tail rotor force divided by the lift blade force times 100 equals the desired percentage of primary power transmission operator's force.

The applied force at the secondary power transmission is now calculated in torque to be the desired force at the resulting diameter of the secondary power transmission impeller diameter. Use the formula for Fluid Mechanics of Inertia to calculate the fluid volumes of static load volume of the impeller blade vanes times revolutions plus the relief passageways volume at static load exponent, and this will be equal to the primary power transmission initial meshing gear teeth volume. The applied force at the secondary power transmission impeller conveys to the primary power transmission and is the same force. Now calculate the clearance volume in the primary power transmission and using the force at the secondary power transmission impeller blade vanes and the formula for Fluid Mechanics of Inertia calculate the static volume of the clearance volume of the primary power transmission at the applied force using the exponent of the formula for Fluid Mechanics of Inertia and add the product to the initial meshing gear teeth volume of the primary power transmission initial meshing gear teeth volume. This will be the final meshing gear teeth volume of the primary power transmission.


The Tail Rotor

The applied suction at the lift impeller will make the helicopter want to rotate the airframe clockwise looking down from the top. Again, torque applies at the radius of the lift impeller with respect to the axis of the tail rotor. Keep in mind that all forces are applied with zero motion although motion is accounted for as revolutions in calculations. The same formulas apply with respect to the tail rotor blade vanes and with the lift rotor blade vanes although the tail rotor blade vanes will pitch to make changes for yaw control, increasing and decreasing or reversing the amount of lift plus drag force created by the tail rotor blade vanes. The entire force at the tail rotor (lift + drag) is used in calculations to determine the dimensions of the impeller and the power transmission meshing gear teeth volume of the tail rotor power transmission assembly exclusively.

The impeller for the tail rotor is calculated to turn the required output revolutions by minimizing the frontal area profile of the tail rotor impeller blade vanes while managing the secondary power transmission of the tail rotor impeller so the impeller of the tail rotor secondary power transmission and primary tail rotor power transmission are all kept limited to minimum tolerances. Varying the diagonal frontal area profile of the impeller blade vanes and the impeller's diameter will align the tail rotor secondary power transmission to minimum tolerances. The applied force at the tail rotor impeller (lift plus drag (lateral and transverse)) is calculated back through the drive train to the operator and added to the initial operator's force (for example: 33% tail rotor force + 67% lift blade force = operator's force). The sum of the two forces at the operator should be the desired operator's force. The diameters of the secondary power transmission impeller and tail rotor secondary power transmission impeller must be aligned to achieve the desired operator's force.

The sum of the two forces is applied at the operator pedals and must be within the operator's tolerances. Hydraulic fluid should be sewing machine oil or some likeness of thin lubricating oil of low viscosity, perhaps linseed oil but must not break down over time and not be hygroscopic. Most parts are to be made of elastic plastic or some other durable light material that is inflexible. The control linkage is a simple gear driven bell crank and connecting rod assembly.


(Continues...)

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Table of Contents

Contents

Index,
1. The Seven Years Year of Relaxation,
2. Human Powered Helicopter Explanation,
3. The Human Powered Helicopter,
4. Perpetual Motion Engine Explanation,
5. Description of the Super-slipstream Bicycle,
6. The Exploits of Human Powered Flight,
7. Design Parameters,
8. Human Powered Dragster,
9. Human Powered Helicopter,
10. Bicycle at an Optimum Performance for Velocity,
11. Self-propelled Motor,
12. How to Start My Own Business,
13. Human Powered Transportation Means,
14. Conclusion,

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