The first nuclear-powered fighter craft.

The F-40 Hypersonic Fighter/Interceptor will be the first nuclear-powered fighting plane.  I designed a version of it in 1991 and have been showing it around the country to NASA facilities and others interested in advanced aircraft. 

The reactor would be my injection reactor which uses charged particle beams that are injected into nuclear fuel tubes to accelerate the nuclear decay.  The charged particles would be divided into negatively, positively, and neutrally charged particles with the neutrons being absorbed by the moderator.  If the reactor needs to shut down, the moderating material will be slammed into the fuel tubes. 

The particle beams used for the fuel tubes would be a combination of negatively and positively charged particle beams wrapped around the negatively charged central driving beam.  The combined beams would be magnetically reflected to strike every bit of the fuel tubes to force charged particles off.  The particles would be cycled through the reactor and also used by the systems and engines of the plane. 

Either water or a gas would be pumped through the fuel tubes to remove the heat produced to create steam to generate electricity for the plane.  Either a particle field or ionization field would bathe the plane with an energy barrier that will take the air friction and prevent it from reaching the surface of the plane.  That way there will be no need for a heat shield.  Also, if the field can be discharged, it might be able to detonate missile warheads before they can reach the plane.  

The twin compression-field jet engines will use electromagnetic fields to compress air that is ionized when it enters the intake and the fields will be shoved through the engine by a linear induction effect.  Powerful electromagnetic discharges would push the fields and compressed air toward the exhaust.  Magnetic plates in the exhaust would direct the exhaust to eliminate the need for rudders and flaps.  That means the turning ability of the plane will be superior to that of planes that rely on mechanical rudders and flaps.  

This plane will be able to fly out into space because where there is no air, the engines become field repulsion engines that need no air.  That means if the plane needs to attack satellites or missiles, it will be able to fly to where they are and take them on.  

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  • Shay on Nov 30, 2011

    NASA needs more people like you…..thinking outside the box!

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