I hope you are still pursuing your dream of Aroscraft airship. Your Airship is needed in remoter areas and countries of the world!!
Keep up with the good work
Love this video. Love this guy's maker instincts and unconventional instincts. I love blimps. I love his blimps. He will succeed but it will take time and he is doing a heavy lift, both literally and figuratively. Best wishes, truly.
Я тоже из Украины, очень любопытна тема дирижаблей. а что если делать внутренние водородные оболочки в оболочке содержащей углекислый газ (возможно это было бы дешевле)? Вы пытались найти негорючие пропорции гелий+водород? Интересно было бы проработать вариант автоматических роботов использующих различное направление ветра и паруса, на разных высотах, для не требующей топливо, доставки грузов...
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Over 20 years ago, I had a very similar concept. Since I lived and worked near Moffett Naval Air Station in the 70's and 80's I was familiar with the use of Blimps in WW II. The old hanger is still there. I always wondered why the Military and the Government failed to really appreciate the capabilities a Blimp design provides. it can go virtually anywhere. It is highly efficient in carrying high volume, high weight items such as food and water. It is rather inexpensive to build and operate. And it could provide so much in servicing natural disasters in peace time, and in a post war environment. If you simply put communication equipment on 5 units, and posted them on each border of the USA and one in the middle, you could respond to emergencies anywhere in USA in a matter of hours. They can hover for days or longer. The same shortsighted people that fought the GPS Program that I helped to launch and operate in the Air Force, are the same type that today cannot see the cost savings and advantages of the Blimp concept. I may not live long enough to see the success of his endeavors, but I can only hope he is one day, Successful.