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Gasless Vacuum Dirigible for Safe Air Travel (Apr, 1932)

Posted by keelynet on June 15, 2008

Incredible, using buoyancy like this. This is perfect for nano-materials! Picture super-strong balls with all the air evacuated that float or rise to their level! Is this TRUE?

“Let us assume that we have a metal ball, say one foot in diameter. The ball is of tin and we connect it to a vacuum pump which sucks all of the air out of it. However, long before we can do this, something very terrible happens to the tin ball.

When a certain and critical point is reached in the evacuation, an apparently invisible force crushes our tin can and it takes on an appearance very similar to a derby hat that has been sat upon by the heavy man from the circus.

The atmospheric pressure on the outside of the can does this; a pressure that, in the case of a very high vacuum, reaches 14.7 pounds per square inch. So far, we do not have a very cheerful prospect Action of a Hollow Ball But what would happen if we had a metal ball that would be able to withstand this pressure?

The metal ball would float; it would have a great buoyancy, greater by far than it would have if it were filled with helium or hydrogen.

Of course, in assuming this, we must keep in mind the fact the metal ball would have to be very light and very strong. If we had a metal that would meet these specifications, we could have an all-metal, gasless air machine.

We cannot turn to aluminum or any of its alloys because they are too heavy. The thinnest and best steels are also ruled out but our search would eventually lead us to a comparatively unknown member of the metal family. It is called beryllium and we may expect many wonderful things of it. Today beryllium is in the same commercial position that aluminum was in before the masterful researches of Charles Hall.

But beryllium is a far more wonderful metal than aluminum; it has one-third the weight of aluminum and many times its tensil strength. It is hard, non-corrosive and one of the best behaved members of the whole metal family. Although it is not as plentiful in the earth’s crust there are sufficient amounts of it to make its commercial use very alluring.

The beryllium air-machine may well be a combination vacuum and plane ship with the cubic capacity of the wings large enough to be a great factor in keeping the ship in the air.” – Source

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