does any body know where to get a blimp shape mylar
. Google blimp +mylar. Lots of good stuff.
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it needs to hold 16 cubic feet of helium/lift one pound
Rats, forgot to quote: Anyway, 453.6/28.2=16.1 cubic feet of helium to lift one pound. So we'retalking about a compressor that can pump out between 21446.809 and 42893.617cubic feet per minute from a distributed number of gas bladders throughout theairship. Not simple to coordinate, but certainly not impossible. At thehigh-end of 43K/min, if there were 16 bladders (reasonable to assume insomething the size of the SkyCat 1000) it would only require 2680.8511 cubicfeet/minute per bladder, which should be reasonable to do with one or moreindustrial compressors...
i am looking for a blimp shaped mylar balloon that can lift 1 pound
Oh, my mistake...
its ok but can you find me one without fins?
Not anything specific at the moment, but here is a decent little instruction set one them: Helium Blimps: How stuff works...
ok well keep looking (i am also looking)
An excerpt from: Wetzone Engineering: Airships