The fin 1 may undulate along the longitudinal axis of the craft and/or rotate 360 degrees about a central longitudinal axis of the craft, FIGS 1-4. The fins 1 may be actuated, e.g., by small motors 2 coupled to the fins 1 and coupled to the exterior body 3 of the craft, such as via circumferential bands 4. The circumferential bands 4 may serve as tracks along which the motors 2 may run, allowing the motors 2 to travel, e.g., 360 degrees, and/or continuously around the exterior of the craft and thereby drawing the fins about the central longitudinal axis of the craft. The circumferential bands may serve as tracks or channels along which the motors ran, allowing the motors to travel 360 degrees or travel continuously around the exterior of the craft and thereby draw the fins about the craft. The circumferential bands 4 may serve as reinforcing components for the craft, allowing the motors to exert torque against the body 3 of the craft, which may be thiri- wailed to facilitate positive buoyancy.
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In one implementation, one or more batteries 5 and/or other power source powers the motors 2. The position and travel of the motors 2 about the circumferential bands 4 may be controlled, in one implementation, by a central processing unit (“CPU”) 6 In some implementations, the CPU may be coupled to a memory’ storing instructions issuable to the motor assemblies causing them to perform various motions of the craft, including synchronized and/or coordinated action to effect 3D holonomic maneuverability of the craft. FIG. 8 illustrates how the vehicle may rotate continuously about its longitudinal axis by configuring its fins 1 into spirals, for example, and rotating the fins 1 continuously about the craft’s longitudinal axis, whereby the fins 1 rotate in one direction 13 by reacting against the body of the vessel 3, causing the body of the vessel 3 to rotate 14 in the opposite direction.
A highly maneuverable craft, which may be hghter-than-air, is disclosed, having undulating fins of a light-weight material that may undulate along the horizontal axis of tire craft and/or rotate 360 degrees and continuously about the central longitudinal axis of the craft. In another implementation, the motor 2 may be rigidly fixed to the circumferential band 4 and coupled via the motor shaft 23 to a secondary band 26, so that rotation of the motor shaft 23 reacts against the secondary band 26 to rotate 20 the secondary band 26, e.g., about the longitudinal axis of the craft, FIG.14. The fins 1 may he arranged in operation and/or on the fly into multipie configurations allowing, e.g, for rapid pitch, yaw and/or roll for 3D holonomic maneuverability, or near 3D holonomic maneuverability. The fins 1 may exhibit both traveling wave action and flapping action simultaneously, and the angle of the fins may be tilted relative to the longitudinal axis of the craft.
In one implementation, guides, wheels, rollers, and/or the like 24 coupled to the chassis 22 may maintain alignment and/or contact between the motor shaft 23 and the circumferential band 4, FIGS. FIG. 15 is a diagrammatic illustration of one implementation (e.g., FIGS. For the implementation illustrated in FIGS. 17 discussed herein relative to those not discussed herein other than it is as such for purposes of is reducing space and repetition. A highly maneuverable craft is disclosed, which may be lighter-than-air (such as an airship, aerostat, blimp, dirigible and the like), having undulating fins 1 made of a light- weight material and having a hyperbolic geometry.
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Although described as lighter-than-air and/or referred to herein as an“aerial swimmer,” it is to be understood that embodiments of the disclosed craft may be configured for use in oilier gases or fluid media, such as water. In one implementation, a moveable weight 7 may be incorporated into or onto the craft for additional pitch control, such as by a motor that moves the weight along a track along the longitudinal axis of the craft. FIG. Dolor lumbar quemazon . 9 illustrates one method for creating a fin 1 with a hyperbolic geometry by taking an arch -shaped flat sheet of flexible material 15 and applying deforming loads 16 whereby the sheet of flexible material 15 takes on strained sinusoidal deformations that are an expression of its internal energy state. Another method for creating a fin 1 is through tiling whereby tiles of flexible material are assembled to form a fin 1. 9 by creating negative fluid pressure above craft and positive pressure below’ the craft.
13 A, and a second position, FIG. 14A, and a second position, FIG. The position and travel of the motors about the bands may be controlled by a central processing unit. Thus, it is to be understood that other is embodiments may be utilized and functional, logical, operational, organizational, structural 14 and/or topological modifications may be made without departing from the scope and/or spirit is of the disclosure. As such, it should be understood that advantages, embodiments, examples, functional, features, logical, operational, organizational, structural, topological, and/or other aspects of the disclosure are not to be considered limitations on the disclosure as defined by the claims or limitations on equivalents to the claims. That alternate embodiments may not have been presented for a s specific portion of the innovations or that further undescribed alternate embodiments may be io available for a portion is not to be considered a disclaimer of those alternate embodiments.
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A moveable weight, such as on a track with a motor, may be incorporated into or onto the craft for additional pitch control. Such spinning may be used, for example, in mobile radar applications where the vehicle may, for example, be oriented in a vertical position. 2 or fins 1 with actual positions of the motors 2 or fins 1. In various implementations, the CPU may implement feedback and control processes stored in a memory (e.g., via a proportional-integral-derivative controller) to adjust control of the craft based on information from the position sensors. A tin coupling member 17 is coupled to a flexible vertebra 19, and the fin coupling member 17 is able to partially rotate 18 relative to the longitudinal axis of the vertebra 19, e.g., via a bearing or without a bearing by rotationally twisting the flexible vertebra 19, in various implementations.
FIG. 16 is a diagrammatic illustration of one implementation (e.g., FIGS. In one implementation, an apparatus is disclosed, comprising: a craft body; a plurality of circumferential bands attached to and encircling an outer surface of the craft body, the plurality of circumferential bands being spaced apart from each other along a longitudinal direction on the outer surface of the craft body; a first fin attached along one first fin side to a first plurality of motor assemblies, each of the first plurality of motor assemblies coupled to one of the plurality of circumferential bands and configured to travel along the one of the plurality of circumferential bands upon actuation; and a second fin attached at along one second fin side to a second plurality of motor assemblies, each of the second plurality of motor assemblies coupled to one of the plurality of circumferential bands and configured to travel along the one of the plurality of circumferential bands upon actuation.
In one implementation, FIGS 11-12, rotation 25 of the motor 2 shaft 23 causes the motor 2 to travel circumferentially around the body 3 of the vessel on circumferential bands 4 that may be tracks, channels, and/or the like. The fin coupling member 17 and flexible vertebra 19 are fixed to the secondary’ band 26 and fixed to the fin 1, so that rotation 20 of the secondary band 26 via the motor 2, causes the fin 1 to rotate 20 at its point of attachment to the fin coupling member 17. In one implementation, one or more interstitial rollers 27 may be inserted between the circumferential band 4 and the secondary band 26. Dolor de espalda y lactancia . FIGS.
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FIG. 10 illustrates, in one implementation, the method for attaching the fin 1 to the body 3 of the craft and moving the fin 1 relative to the body 3 of the craft. The present innovations generally address vehicle control, and more particularly, include Aerial Swimmer Apparatuses, Methods and Systems. It P will be appreciated that many of those undescribed embodiments incorporate the same 12 principles of the innovations and others are equivalent. For example, the craft may be configured to rotate about its central horizontal axis, to move straight up or straight down, and may move forwards or backwards with equal speed and agility FIG. The craft may move straight up or straight down regardless of whether it is making forwards or backwards progress. This action can he performed in reverse to move the craft straight downwards. 16 throughout this disclosure. 22 contemplated by the disclosure.
As such, certain aspects of the disclosure have not s been discussed herein. Dolor de dedo gordo del pie . 4 advantages and features of the application are of a representative sample of embodiments s only, and are not exhaustive and/or exclusive. 6 understanding and teach the claimed principles. FIGS. 13A-13B show a diagrammatic cross section of the craft illustrating the fin at a first position, FIG. 6 is a perspective view of the sequence shown in FIGS. FIGS. 5A-5E illustrates a head-on view’ of the craft in a sequence of positions whereby its fins 1 rotate 8 in unison from a fully upward position (FIG. Actuated by the motors 2, the fins 1 may exhibit traveling waves to create propulsive thrust in a manner similar to a cuttlefish or knife fish. 3 of illustration, various embodiments m which tire claimed innovations may be practiced.