Title:
Propeller blades propelling for all
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
Propeller blades without reverse rotating force and speed acceleration propeller blades are equipped in all kinds of transportations for accelerating speed without extra energy and generating transportation electricity.



Inventors:
Duong, Henri (Alhambra, CA, US)
Application Number:
11/598125
Publication Date:
05/15/2008
Filing Date:
11/13/2006
Primary Class:
International Classes:
F01D5/14
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Primary Examiner:
EDGAR, RICHARD A
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Henri Duong (Alhambra, CA, US)
Claims:
What I claim as my invention is:

1. Propeller blades without possessing reverse rotating force against wind blowing in which “reverse rotating force” means spin force subsisting at opposite side against rotating side of propeller blade during propelling, including: Duo-B2; fixing decent cover(s) to propeller blade making Propeller blade Without Reverse Rotating Force so called “WRRF propeller blade, elimination and/or decrease of anti-rotating force of propelling in any propeller blade consisting propeller blade with over half cover, partial cover, hidden part, any equivalent effect and/or one side of blades made in sharp form as arrow head slipping wind lessening reverse spin, other side in flat form moved efficiently by wind, propeller blades in which each blade from center axis made as dart form, its sharp point in front, larger part at rear drilling wind forwarding, propeller axis blades, same axis containing two or more propeller blades, any propeller blades having length two times longer than width or more and propeller blades made length in extension form along with axis, propeller blades; one side of blades made plat or sharp form, numbers of propeller blades to center axis and propeller blade openings/holes made as desirable, all with/without covers, equipping with WRRF propeller blades, axis, spindles, shaft, gears, wheels, chains, drives, V. belts, pulleys, bearings, oil (gear) boxes, etc as necessary for functioning, Duo-B3, B4 WRRF propeller blades connected speed acceleration propeller blades with gears, gear oil boxes, axis, V. belts, pulleys, oil seals, bearings, motors, fans, boxing for wind, reverting wind, WRRF propeller blades (with dynamo) installed inside pipe(s), Duo-B5, B6 Speed acceleration propeller blades being installed under cover or in channels with openings for wind blowing at decent parts of propeller blades from all sides and more than one propeller blades equipped with dynamo placing vertically or horizontally for generating electricity, Duo-B7, B9, B33 WRRF propeller blades blown by wind being installed either in frame connected gears with gear wheel of axis centered into bearings or around missile frame in circle group connecting axis, gears, V-belts, pulleys onto speed accelerating propeller blade(s) with/without inner blades rotating, Duo-B8, B10, B111, B28 to B32 WRRF propeller blades blown by wind being installed in frame equipping V. belts, pulleys, gears with gears of outer round wheels equipped inner ball bearings spinning as speed accelerating propeller blade units with/without inner blades for airplanes, ships, space rocket, spaceship, spacecraft, missiles, etc, Duo-B12 to B15 WRRF propeller blades being equipped V. belts, central gears in frame with gears of speed accelerating propeller blades either in group of propeller blades on the top and below or in circle group of propeller blades connecting each other by V. belts in airplane, ship, etc, for running, Duo-B16, B20 to B22 Group of WRRF propeller blades being equipped V. belts, pulleys, axis, gears with gears of either speed accelerating propeller blade axis covered in channel of combination or speed accelerating propeller blades in airplane, ship, etc for running, Duo-B17, B18 Front group of WRRF propeller blades being equipped gears, bearings, pulleys, V. belts with pulleys of speed accelerating propeller blade axis covered in channel spinning either providing wind at two WRRF propeller blades behind connected with speed propeller blades or connecting speed propeller blades with axis, oil box, oil seal under running of airplane, ship, etc, Duo-B19 B41 Group of speed acceleration blades or propeller blade axis equipped rotating by engines of airplane, ship, missile with axis, gears, V-belts, pulleys, ball bearings, oil seals, air outlets for accelerating airplane flying to obtain highest speed in large blowing space by installing maximum propeller blades around airplane, ship, missile, etc more than usual of four/five propeller blades on one airplane, Duo-B23 Rotating missile frame rotated by motor in which switch to command detachment of missile on dropping and rotating motor of frame to next stopping position orderly, turned motor off by installed switch, locked by locking device, rotating frame installed to hold two to eight or more missiles made as desirable for aircraft, Duo-B24, B26 Propeller blade braking structure: either installed motor half turning frame with ball bearing from inner room of FIG. B24a to B24b stopping at point by switch on braking, motor equipped V-belt, pulley rotating opposite placing speed acceleration blade/normal propeller blade against blowing wind/water with anti-speed spin force for lowering speed in airplane, ship, etc or air hydraulic unit, equivalent equipped switching by switch/contact on pushing a linked folding metal sheet under both side bearings backward outside aircraft body opening by rewind spring as an umbrella on braking, folding back to position by installed switch/contact on B26a to B26b in aircraft, ship, submarine, etc, Duo-B25 Propeller blade braking structure: B25a-B25b Air hydraulic unit or equivalent equipped rear motor with bearing rollers moving on frame rail, motor axis linking with a piston of rewind propeller blades, switch/contact to command air hydraulic unit pushing entire device moving backward outside aircraft body under both side bearings to open propeller blades by inner rewind springs, an installed switch of motor pressing the frame on orderly rotating propeller blades which placing tails against wind/water force forming anti-speed spin in aircraft, ship, submarine, etc for lowering speed, after propelling blades stopping, device moving inwards to initial position orderly under command of switch/contact or timer, B25c-B25d functioning the same way on pushing forward in front, Duo-B27 Propeller blade speed acceleration: motor installed half turning frame under bearing from inner room of FIG. B27a to B27b stopping by switch at point, WRRF propeller blades installed blown by wind to rotate (speeding) propeller blades for quickening or lowering speed by opposite placing blades with gears, V-belts, pulleys in airplane, ship, etc, Duo-B34 to B37 Propeller blades in motor/engine missile: motor(s) or (car) engine(s) of all kinds including new, old or re-manufactured one(s) being installed in (covered) frame with propeller blades propelling as missile containing engine, carburetor drawn at full speed, gasoline/fuel tank, exhaust muffler, battery, necessary parts, timer for disconnecting engine running dropping on target, lighting lighter to explosive, contact for starter installed elsewhere on missile for starting, axis of engine connected either V-belts, pulleys or connectors with central axis to front fan, central opening radiator onto propeller blade with/without cover, rear engine axis linking V-belts, pulleys or directly to central axis, bearings toward propelling blade rotating under clutch steel balls, desirable missile extension, Duo-B38 Propeller blades in motor/engine missile: motor(s) or (car) engine(s) of all kinds including new, old or re-manufactured one(s) being installed in (covered) frame with propeller blades propelling as missile containing engine, carburetor drawn at full speed, gasoline/fuel tank, exhaust muffler, battery, necessary parts, timer for disconnecting engine running dropping on target, lighting lighter to explosive, contact for starter installed elsewhere on missile for starting, axis of engine connected V-belts, pulleys with central axis to front fan, central opening radiator onto propeller blade, front engine axis linking mediate axis to rear central axis by V-belts, pulleys, bearings toward propelling blade rotating under clutch steel balls, missile extension as desirable, Duo-B39, B40 Propeller blades in motor/engine missile; motor(s) or (car) engine(s) of all kinds including new, old or re-manufactured one(s) being installed in (covered) frame with propeller blades propelling as missile containing engine, carburetor drawn at full speed, gasoline/fuel tank, exhaust muffler, battery, necessary parts, timer for disconnecting engine running dropping on target, lighting lighter to explosive, contact for starter installed elsewhere on missile for starting, axis of engine connected V-belts, pulleys with central axis to front fan, central opening (more) radiators onto propeller blade, thermostat for changing alternately radiator using without causing overheating or using air conditioning, rear engine axis connected gears in frame with gears of outer propelling blades rotating under bearings, missile extension as desirable.

2. Referring to claim 1, wherein propeller blades without reverse rotating force and speed acceleration blades for equipping in transportations; vehicles, automobiles, cars, trucks, buses, vans, engine/motor-vehicles, motorcycles, trains, underground trains, tanks, airplanes, helicopters, space rockets, missiles, ships, fleet, submarines, etc for accelerating speed without extra energy and generating transportation electricity, including: one person driving vehicle; battery installed in vehicle rechargeable by alternator(s) for generating electricity to equipped motor running having steering wheel/handle, wheels, brake, main, necessary parts with/without speed accelerating blades.

3. Invention(s) in these documents includes the original elements, composition, connection, operation, function, structures, illustrations, process of making, production, installation, combination, formation, extra adding, extension, necessary parts, any energy for functioning, any material(s) for making and using of the invention, any other structures, modifications, transformation, facilities, imitations, substitutes, replacement of parts being assembled for performing the same or similar formation based fundamentals on the invention(s) in these documents functioning to the same effect, combining the invention(s) with any other motors, engines, machineries, devices, instruments, equipments, appliances, systems, objects under any names being in the scope of protection of the invention, using the invention everywhere.

Description:

CROSS-REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATION

Disclosure Document Deposit Request; former Disclosure Document No.

503815 date Jan. 18, 2002549708 date Mar. 25, 2004
565124 date Nov. 15, 2004587054 date Sept. 29, 2005

STATEMENT REGARDING FEDERALLY SPONSORED RESEARCH

“Not Applicable”

REFERENCE TO A MICROFICHE APPENDIX

“Not Applicable”

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

Battery rechargeable vehicle is created to save energy, it needs small parking area. Its peculiar elements are lightweight, quiet, non-smoke and economical to be convenient for all of us.

Propeller blade propels at either side but not both sides against wind which blows at propeller blade creating a reverse force during blade spin so propeller blade without reverse rotating force was invented to be equipped with speed acceleration blades in transportations; vehicles, automobiles, cars, trucks, buses, vans, motor-vehicles, motorcycles, trains, underground trains, airplanes, helicopters, space rockets, missiles, ships, fleet, submarines, etc for accelerating speed without extra energy and generating transportation electricity.

Propeller blade braking structure: propeller blade is installed placing at its opposite position against blowing wind/water forming anti-speed rotating force for lowering speed in airplane, ship, submarine, etc. Missiles are equipped WRRF propeller blades with speed propeller blades which are installed in front and at rear parts, missiles are used only one time flying to be destroyed by attack so missiles are equipped with new, used or re-manufactured (silent) engines/motors of automobiles or motorcycles, etc as main powers for flying, their costs will be the least ones among them.

BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

Advantages of the invention are

light vehicle running equipped rechargeable battery with motor in place of gasoline engine without causing air pollution

using Without Reverse Rotating Force propeller blades; WRRF propeller blades and speed acceleration propeller blades in all kinds of transportations for accelerating speed without extra energy propeller blade braking to significantly lower speed for airplane, ship, submarine, etc

motor/engine with speed propeller blades installed in missile costing least in value

The invention includes process of making, any energy for functioning, substitutes, necessary parts, accessories, One person driving battery vehicle: Vehicle, motor, battery, alternator(s), steering wheel/handle, wheels, brake, main & necessary parts, speed accelerating blades Duo-B1: Propeller blades of all forms, many blades in propeller blades, propeller blades without causing rotating reverse force Duo-B2: WRRF propeller blades “a to 1” Duo-B4, B20 to B22: WRRF propeller blades, speed acceleration propeller blades, gears, gear oil boxes, motors, oil seals, bearings, fans, V. belts, pulleys, frames Duo-B3: Propeller blades Without Reverse Rotating Force; WRRF propeller blades, decent cover(s), over half cover, partial cover, propeller blade with sharp one side & flat on other, decent covered blades, pipes Duo-B5, B6: Speed accelerating propeller blades, channel, two side channels Duo-B7, B8: WRRF propeller blades, speed accelerating propeller blade units having inner blades, gears, wheels, round wheels, axis, bearings, frames, V. belts, pulleys Duo-B9, B12 to B15: WRRF propeller blades, gears, V. belts, pulleys, speed accelerating propeller blades Duo-B10, B11: WRRF propeller blades, frames, gears, round wheels, ball bearings, V. belts, pulleys, speed accelerating propeller blade units with/without inner propeller blades Duo-B16 to B18: WRRF propeller blades, V. belts, pulleys, gears, speed accelerating propeller blade axis, channels, bearings, oil boxes, oil seals Duo-B19: Speed accelerating propeller blades, axis, gears, V-belts, pulley, ball bearings, air outlets Duo-B23: Rotating missile frame, switches, motor, lock device Duo-B24: Propeller blade braking structure, motor, frame, ball bearing, switch, V-belt, pulley, speed acceleration blade Duo-B25: Propeller blade braking structure, air hydraulic unit or equivalent, motor, bearing rollers, frame rail, axis, piston, propeller blades, switch/contact, rewind springs, bearings, timer Duo-B26: Propeller blade braking structure, switch/contact, air hydraulic unit or equivalent, folding metal sheets, bearings, rewind springs Duo-B27: Speed accelerating propeller blades, motor, frame, ball bearings, switch, WRRF propeller blades, gears, V-belts, pulleys Duo-B28 to B32: Propeller blades, WRRF propeller blades, frame, V-belts, pulleys, gears, bearings Duo-B33: Propeller blades in missile, WRRF propeller blades, blade group, V-belts, gears, frame, gear, axis Duo-B34 to B40: Propeller blades, motors and/or engines including new, old or re-manufactured ones, covered frames as missiles, carburetors, batteries, gasoline/fuel tanks, exhaust mufflers, timers, lighters, explosives, contacts for starters, axis, V-belts, pulleys, fans, pipes, radiators with central openings, bearings, clutch steel balls, necessary parts, propeller blades with cover (B35), mediate axis (B38), gears (B39 ), gears, air conditioning devices (B40) Duo-B41: Maximum speed acceleration blades, V. belts, pulleys, missile, motor/engine, frame, propeller blades, necessary parts and missiles, new, used or re-manufactured (silent) engines/motors of automobiles or motorcycles, radiators, thermostats, all forms of propeller blades or similar transformation with/without covers, linking with axis, spindles, shaft, gears, wheels, chains, drives, V. belts, pulleys, bearings, oil (gear) box, oil seals, fitting frames, etc, WRRF propeller blades, speed acceleration blades, speed acceleration axis blades, propeller axis blades, blade axis, axis containing two, three or more propeller blades, propeller blades forming along with axis, propeller blades having length two times longer than width, openings/holes on propeller blades, dynamo equipped more propeller blades with same axis.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

FIG. 1: Propeller blades in vehicle, etc

FIG. 2: Duo-B1 Forms of propeller blades

FIG. 3: Duo-B2 WRRF-propeller blades

FIG. 4: Duo-B3 Propeller blades without reverse rotating force

FIG. 5: Duo-B4 Links of WRRF-propeller blades & speed acceleration propeller blades

FIG. 6: Duo-B5 Speed accelerating propeller blades blown by wind channels

FIG. 7: Duo-B6 Speed accelerating propeller blades blown by wind channels

FIG. 8: Duo-B7 Links of WRRF-propeller blades & speed acceleration propeller blades

FIG. 9: Duo-B8 Links of WRRF-propeller blades & speed acceleration propeller blades

FIG. 10: Duo-B9 Propeller blades in combination

FIG. 11: Duo-BIO Propeller blades in combination

FIG. 12: Duo-B11 Propeller blades in combination on airplane

FIG. 13: Duo-B12 Propeller blades in combination

FIG. 14: Duo-B13 Propeller blades in combination

FIG. 15: Duo-B14 Connection of 2 sorts of propeller blades for airplane, etc

FIG. 16: Duo-B15 Connection of 2 sorts of propeller blades for airplane, etc

FIG. 17: Duo-B16 Wind jet system of propeller blades

FIG. 18: Duo-B17 Propeller blades in combination on airplane

FIG. 19: Duo-B18 Propeller blades in combination on airplane

FIG. 20: Duo-B19 Speed accelerating propeller blades rotated by airplane engine

FIG. 21: Duo-B20 Connection of 2 sorts of propeller blades for airplane, etc

FIG. 22: Duo-B21 Connection of 2 sorts of propeller blades for airplane, etc

FIG. 23: Duo-B22 Connection of 2 sorts of propeller blades for airplane

FIG. 24: Duo-B23 Rotating missile frame on airplane, etc

FIG. 25: Duo-B24 Propeller blade braking structure

FIG. 26: Duo-B25 Propeller blade braking structure

FIG. 27: Duo-B26 Propeller blade braking structure

FIG. 28: Duo-B27 Speed accelerating propeller blade structure

FIG. 29: Duo-B28 Propeller blades for space rocket

FIG. 30: Duo-B29 Propeller blades for space rocket

FIG. 31: Duo-B30 Propeller blades for space rocket

FIG. 32: Duo-B31 Propeller blades for space rocket

FIG. 33: Duo-B32 Propeller blades for space rocket

FIG. 34: Duo-B33 Propeller blades in missile

FIG. 35: Duo-B34 Propeller blades in motor/engine missile

FIG. 36: Duo-B35 Propeller blades in motor/engine missile

FIG. 37: Duo-B36 Propeller blades in motor/engine missile

FIG. 38: Duo-B37 Propeller blades in motor/engine missile

FIG. 39: Duo-B38 Propeller blades in motor/engine missile

FIG. 40: Duo-B39 Propeller blades in motor/engine missile

FIG. 41: Duo-B40 Propeller blades in motor/engine missile

FIG. 42: Duo-B41 Speed propeller blades in motor/engine missile

FIG. 43: Links of speed accelerating propeller blades

FIG. 44: Sorts of propeller blades

FIG. 45: Sorts of propeller blades & propeller axis blades

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

FIG. 1; One person driving battery vehicle: Vehicle 1 includes battery 2 to be rechargeable by alternator(s) 3 for generating electricity 4 to motor 5 running without engine, it is manufactured with light material having steering wheel/handle, wheels, brake, main & necessary parts, speed accelerating blades 6 are added to accelerate speed.

FIG. 4; Duo-B3 Propeller blades without reverse rotating force: “a”: Propeller blade can not be propelled at both sides by wind A in which anti-rotating force will produce weakening propelling speed, anti-rotating force means spin force subsisting at opposite side against rotating side of propeller blade during which it propels. anti-rotating force of propelling can be eliminated in any propeller blade by fixing decent cover(s) to it; Propeller blade Without Reverse Rotating Force so called WWRRF propeller blade as “b”: An over half cover is installed to propeller blade 7 for eliminating its anti-rotating force blown by wind A. “c”: A partial cover is installed to propeller blade 7 for eliminating its reverse force blown by wind A. “d”: A part of propeller blade can be hidden to avert any anti-rotating force of blade against blowing wind. “e”: Propeller blade 7 is made particularly being sharp 6a on one side to drive slipping wind and being flat 6b on other blown efficiently by wind A to lessen its reverse force. Decent covered blades 7 are installed in pipe 8, propeller blade 7 is installed with cover blown by wind A and by reverting wind A1, extension 13.

FIG. 2; Duo-B1 Forms of propeller blades: propeller blades 6 &9 of all forms are made either ordinary forms or sharp forms as arrow heads driving wind A smoothly and flat at opposite blades moving efficiently by wind A, numbers of blades to center axis are made as desirable, hidden blades (out of blowing wind) or partial covered propeller blades 7a let wind A1 blowing at opening blades without causing reverse rotating force of propeller blades.

FIG. 3; Duo-B2 WRRF propeller blades “a to l”. FIG. 5; Duo-B4 Links of WRRF propeller blades & speed acceleration propeller blades: WRRF propeller blades 7 &7b are equipped gear 10 oil box 11 with speed acceleration propeller blades 9, motor 5, WRRF propeller blades 7 with oil seals 11a, bearings 12 and two propeller blades 7, WRRF propeller blades 7c with fan 14, WRRF propeller blades 7d with wind A and reverting wind A1, WRRF propeller blades 7e equipped gear 10 in oil box 11 with speed propeller blades 9 in extension 13.

FIG. 6; Duo-B5 f: Speed acceleration propeller blade 9 is installed in channel 15 for transportation, wind blows through channel at its decent part. g: Speed acceleration propeller blade 9 is installed in channels 15 with four openings 20 for wind A1 to A4 blowing at decent parts, its extension 13. FIG. 7; Duo-B6 Speed acceleration propeller blade 9 is installed in channel 15a for transportation, wind blows through channel from two sides A & A1 at its decent part both without causing anti-rotating force.

FIG. 8; Duo-B7 Links of WRRF propeller blades & speed accelerating propeller blades: WRRF propeller blades 7 are blown by wind installing on frame 17 linking gears with gear wheel of axis 33 which is centered into bearings 12 onto speed accelerating propeller blade 9a with inner blades 9a1 as moving unit 17a, extension 13 and V. belts 16.

FIG. 9; Duo-B8 Links of WRRF propeller blades & speed accelerating propeller blades: WRRF propeller blades 7 are blown by wind propelling being installed on frame 17 linking V. belts, gears 10 with gears of outer round wheels 17a equipped inner ball bearing 12 as speed accelerating propeller blade 9a units with inner blades 9a1, extension 13.

FIG. 10; Duo-B9 Propeller blades in combination: WRRF propeller blades 7 are connected central gears 10 with gears of speed accelerating propeller blades 9 in front and at rear, rotating WRRF propeller blades is blown by wind, extension 13.

FIG. 11; Duo-B10 Propeller blades in combination: WRRF propeller blades 7 are installed in frame 17 linking gears 10 with gears of outer round wheels 17a equipped inner ball bearing 12 as speed accelerating propeller blade units 9a with/without inner propeller blades, propelling is blown by wind at WRRF propeller blades, extension 13 and V. belts 16.

FIG. 12; Duo-B11 Propeller blades in combination on airplane: WRRF propeller blades 7 are installed in frame 17 linking V. belt 16, gears 10 with gears of outer round wheels 17a equipped inner ball bearing 12 as speed accelerating propeller blade units 9a with/without inner blades under running of airplane 18, ship, etc.

FIGS. 13, 14; Duo-B12, B13 Propeller blades in combination: WRRF propeller blades 7 have V. belts 16, central gears connected gears of speed accelerating propeller blades 9, 9c, 9d on the top and below, wind will blow at WRRF propeller blades propelling under running of airplane, ship, etc, extension 13.

FIGS. 15, 16; Duo-B14, B15 Connection of 2 sorts of propeller blades for airplane: WRRF propeller blades 7 have gears connected gears of speed accelerating propeller blades 9 in circle group connecting each other by V. belts 16, propelling WRRF propeller blades is blown by wind under running of airplane 18, ship, etc.

FIG. 17; Duo-B16 Wind jet system of propeller blades: WRRF propeller blades 7 have V. belts 16, pulleys 19, gears linked gears of speed accelerating propeller blade axis 9d covered in channel combination, wind will blow at WRRF propeller blades propelling on airplane, ship, etc, channel 15, extension 13.

FIGS. 18, 19; Duo-B17, B18 Propeller blades in combination on airplane: Front group of WRRF propeller blades 7 are equipped gears 10, bearings 12, pulleys, V. belts 16 with pulleys of speed accelerating propeller blade axis 9, 9d covered in channel spinning either providing wind at two WRRF propeller blades behind connected with speed propeller blades or connecting speed propeller blades with axis, oil box 11, oil seal 11a under running of airplane 18, ship, etc, extension 13.

FIG. 20; Duo-B19 Speed accelerating propeller blades rotated by airplane engine: Group of speed acceleration blades 9 are equipped rotating by engines of airplane, ship, missile, etc with axis, gears 10, V-belts 16, pulley 19, ball bearings 12 and air outlets 20 to accelerate airplane 18 flying obtaining highest speed in large blowing space by installing maximum propeller blades more than usual of four blades on one airplane, extension 13.

FIGS. 21, 22, 23; Duo-B20, B21, B22 Connection of 2 sorts of propeller blades for airplane, etc: WRRF propeller blades 7 have V. belts 16, pulleys, gears 10 linked gears of speed accelerating propeller blades 9, wind will blow at WRRF propeller blades installed on airplane 18, ship, extension 13.

FIG. 24; Duo-B23 Rotating missile frame on airplane: Pilot switch is to command detachment of missile 21 for dropping and switching orderly motor 5 rotating frame 17 to next stopping position turned motor 5 off by switch 22, locked by locking device 23, rotating frame is made as desirable to hold two to eight or more missiles installed for aircraft 18.

FIG. 25; Duo-B24 Propeller blade braking structure: Motor 5 half turns frame 17 with ball bearing 12 from inner room 24 of FIG. B24a to B24b stopping at point by switch 22 on braking, motor 5a is equipped V-belt 16, pulley with speed acceleration blade 9 or normal propeller blade which is placed at its opposite position against wind/water blowing forming anti-speed rotating force for lowering speed on airplane 18, ship, etc.

FIG. 26; Duo-B25 Propeller blade braking structure: a-B25b Air hydraulic unit 25 or equivalent is equipped rear motor 5 with bearing rollers 12 on frame rail 17, motor axis is linked with a piston of rewind propeller blades 9. Switch/contact is to command air hydraulic unit to push entire device moving backward outside aircraft body 18 under both side bearings 12 to open propeller blades by inner rewind springs 27, an installed switch 22 of motor 5 pressing the frame on orderly rotating propeller blades which are placed tails against wind/water force forming anti-speed spin of aircraft, ship, submarine, etc for lowering speed. after propelling blades stopping, device moving inwards to initial position orderly under command of switch, contact or timer. B25c-B25d functions the same way on pushing forward in front.

FIG. 27; Duo-B26 Propeller blade braking structure: Switch/contact to switch on, Air hydraulic unit 25 or equivalent is equipped inside aircraft, ship, submarine, etc pushing a linked folding metal sheet 26 under both side bearings 12 backward outside aircraft body 18 opening by rewind spring 27 as an umbrella on braking, folding back to position is by installed switch/contact on B26a to B26b.

FIG. 28; Duo-B27 Speed accelerating propeller blade device: Motor 5 half turns frame 17 with ball bearing 12 from inner room of B27a to B27b stopping at point by switch 22, WRRF propeller blades 7 are installed to be blown by wind rotating speeding propeller blade(s) 9 for quickening or lowering speed by opposite placing propeller blades under connection of gears 10, V-belts 16, pulleys in airplane 18, ship, etc.

FIG. 29 to 33; Duo-B28 to B32 Propeller blades for space rocket, spaceship, spacecraft, missiles etc: WRRF propeller blades 7 are blown by wind installing on entire frame 17 having V-belts, pulleys, gears 10 connected gears of space rocket 9b around moving parts 17a with inner bearings 12 of frame, extension 13.

FIG. 34; Duo-B33 Propeller blades in missile: Group of WRRF propeller blades 7 are installed V-belts 16, gears 10 with speed propeller blades 9, gear axis in missile 21 frame 17 is linked with speed propelling blades 17a, exhaust muffler 34.

Missiles are used only one time flying to be destroyed by attack so missiles are equipped with new, used or re-manufactured (silent) engines/motors of automobiles or motorcycles, etc as main powers for flying including double/more engines running alternately for missiles, airplanes, etc, double or more radiators installed thermostat to change using alternately without causing overheating at long distance flying, maximum propeller blades are to accelerate speed, it will be a sort of missiles costing least in the world.

FIGS. 35, 37, 38; Duo-B34, B36, B37 Propeller blades in motor/engine missile: Motor(s) or (car) engine(s) of all kinds including new, old or re-manufactured one(s) is installed in (covered) frame 17 running with propeller blades propelling as missile 21 which contains engine 31, carburetor 37 drawn at full speed, gasoline/fuel tank 32, exhaust muffler 34, battery 30, necessary parts, timer 29 is used for disconnecting engine running dropping on target and lighting lighter to explosive 36, contact for starter is installed elsewhere on missile for starting. Axis of engine is connected V-belts, pulleys on central axis to front fan 14, central opening (35) of radiator 28 with pipe 8 onto propeller blade 9, rear engine axis 33 is linked V-belts 16, pulleys to central axis, bearings 12 toward propelling blade 17a rotating under clutch steel balls 12a, missile extension as desirable.

FIG. 36; Duo-B35 Propeller blades in motor/engine missile: Motor(s) or (car) engine(s) of all kinds including new, old or re-manufactured one(s) is installed in (covered) frame 17 running with propeller blades propelling as missile 21 which contains engine 31, carburetor 37 drawn at full speed, gasoline/fuel tank 32, exhaust muffler 34, battery 30, necessary parts, timer 29 is used for disconnecting engine running dropping on target and lighting lighter to explosive 36, contact for starter is installed elsewhere on missile for starting. Axis of engine is connected with central axis to front fan 14, central opening of radiator 28 with pipe 8 onto propeller blade 9, rear engine axis 33 is linked to central axis, bearings 12 toward propelling blade 17a rotating on clutch steel balls 12a, missile extension as desirable.

FIG. 39; Duo-B38 Propeller blades in motor/engine missile: Motor(s) or (car) engine(s) of all kinds including new, old or re-manufactured one(s) is installed in (covered) frame 17 running with propeller blades propelling as missile 21 which contains engine 31, carburetor 37 drawn at full speed, gasoline/fuel tank 32, exhaust muffler 34, battery 30, necessary parts, timer 29 is used for disconnecting engine running dropping on target and lighting lighter to explosive 36, contact for starter is installed elsewhere on missile for starting. Axis of engine is connected V-belts, pulleys with central axis to front fan 14, central opening of radiator 28 with pipe 8 onto propeller blade 9, front engine axis is linked mediate axis 33a to rear central axis 33 by V-belts 16, pulleys, bearings 12 toward propelling blade 17a rotating under clutch steel balls 12a, missile extension as desirable.

FIG. 40; Duo-B39 Propeller blades in motor/engine missile: Motor(s) or (car) engine(s) of all kinds including new, old or re-manufactured one(s) is installed in (covered) frame 17 running with propeller blades propelling as missile 21 which contains engine 31, carburetor 37 drawn at full speed, gasoline/fuel tank 32, exhaust muffler 34, battery 30, parts, timer 29 is equipped used for disconnecting engine running dropping on target and lighting lighter to explosive 36, contact for starter is installed elsewhere on missile for starting. Axis of engine is connected V-belts, pulleys with central axis to front fan 14, central opening of radiator 28 with pipe 8 onto propeller blade 9, rear engine axis is connected a gear 10 in frame with gear of outer propelling blade 17a rotating bearings 12, missile extension as desirable.

FIG. 41; Duo-B40 Propeller blades in motor/engine missile: Motor(s) or (car) engine(s) of all kinds including new, old or re-manufactured one(s) is installed in (covered) frame 17 running with propeller blades propelling as missile 21 which contains engine 31, carburetor 37 drawn at full speed, gasoline/fuel tank 32, exhaust muffler 34, battery 30 and necessary parts, timer 29 is equipped using for disconnecting engine running dropping on target and lighting lighter to explosive 36, contact for starter is installed elsewhere on missile for starting. Axis of engine is connected V-belts, pulleys with central axis to front fan 14, central openings of more radiators 28 with pipe 8 onto propeller blade 9, thermostat for changing radiator alternately without causing overheating or air conditioning, rear engine axis is connected gears 10 in frame with gears of outer propelling blades 17a rotating bearings 12 at long distant flying, missile extension as desirable.

FIG. 42; Duo-B41 Propeller blades in motor/engine missile: Group of speed acceleration blades 9 are installed on frame 17 around missile 21 connecting V. belts 16, pulleys 19 to those of engine 31 in missile rotating propeller blades 17a, missile extension as desirable.

FIG. 43; Links of speed accelerating propeller blades: Speed acceleration blades 9 are installed one by one with V. belts 16, pulleys 19 around a frame 17 and speed acceleration axis blades 9d are equipped with V. belts 16, oil seals & bearings 11a &12 for ship 18 extension 13 as desirable.

FIG. 44; Sorts of propeller blades: All forms of Propeller blades 9 or similar transformation with/without covers; each blade from center axis is made as dart form, its sharp point in front, larger part at rear drilling wind forwarding, one side of blades is made either plat or sharp form as arrow head driving wind smoothly, numbers of propeller blades to center axis are made as desirable, numbers of propeller blade openings 35 are made as desirable for propelling faster on wind, under connection of axis, spindles, shaft, gears 10, wheels, chains, drives, V. belts 16, pulleys 19, bearings, oil (gear) box, etc and WRRF propeller blades 7, extension 13.

FIG. 45; Sorts of propeller blades & propeller axis blades: Structure of propeller blades in FIG. 44 forms in combination, propeller blade axis, extension: same axis contains two propeller blades 9c, same axis contains three or more propeller blades 9d, any other propeller blades have length two times longer than width or more, propeller axis blades 9d are propeller blades made length in extension form along with axis, numbers of propeller blade openings/holes 35 are made as desirable for propelling faster on wind, gear 10, V-belt/chain 16, pulley 19 and extension 13, more than one propeller blades 9d equipped with dynamo 38 placing vertically or horizontally for generating electricity.

Air transportation: Flying speed of aircraft is based propelling force of propeller blades, adding extra blades will technically augment speed on advancing, important element to balance an airplane depends propelling power of propeller blades on well positioning. Propeller axis blades are equipped anywhere or where between front and rear gear wheel axis (in motor-vehicles) as desirable for all transportations; airplanes, ships, motor-vehicles, etc.