SU600970A1 - Heat effect-based aerostat - Google Patents

Heat effect-based aerostat

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SU600970A1
SU600970A1 SU772466601A SU2466601A SU600970A1 SU 600970 A1 SU600970 A1 SU 600970A1 SU 772466601 A SU772466601 A SU 772466601A SU 2466601 A SU2466601 A SU 2466601A SU 600970 A1 SU600970 A1 SU 600970A1
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balloon
aerostat
based
heat effect
shell
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М.А. Щепочкин
Г.С. Мороз
Г.Ф. Чекалин
А.А. Фомин
А.Д. Казанин
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The invention of ognosigs to obpasgi voh. Breathing, namely the design of hot air balloons.

A known balloon with a shell filled with atmospheric air, which is heated by solar radiation in the B-process l.

The upper part of the shell of such a balloon is made transparent to solar radiation, the lower part is made of a material that reflects solar radiation into the upper part of the shell.

As a result of this, the shell is heated, heating, in turn, the air inside it.

The efficiency of such a thermal balloon is low, the duration of the flight is limited, the flight can be carried out only in the daytime.

Another thermal balloon is also known. With heated air in the shell from the sun, it is 2. The shell of this balloon contains an outer transparent airtight layer made of a thin and transparent film and an inner opaque layer prepared from a black matte film that absorbs solar radiation.

When the balloon is refreshed by the sun, the air inside the black envelope is heated. To reduce heat loss, the lower part of the envelope, located in the shadow of the balloon, is made of a metallized film, which reflects its own thermal radiation from the balloon into the lower hemisphere.

The duration of the flight of this balloon is also limited, the flight can be made. also only during the daytime.

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The purpose of the invention is to provide a balloon flight at night by using thermal long-wave radiation of the earth and clouds to heat the envelope air.

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This goal is achieved by the fact that the reflecting layer in the proposed hot-air balloon is made in the form of a metallized coating applied on

SU772466601A 1977-03-21 1977-03-21 Heat effect-based aerostat SU600970A1 (en)

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Cited By (2)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US4361297A (en) * 1978-02-24 1982-11-30 A.N.V.A.R. (De L'agence Nationale De Valorisation De La Recherche) Atmospheric exploration vehicle
FR2709728A1 (en) * 1993-09-10 1995-03-17 Thomson Csf Device for creating the lifting energy for a hot-air balloon

Cited By (2)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US4361297A (en) * 1978-02-24 1982-11-30 A.N.V.A.R. (De L'agence Nationale De Valorisation De La Recherche) Atmospheric exploration vehicle
FR2709728A1 (en) * 1993-09-10 1995-03-17 Thomson Csf Device for creating the lifting energy for a hot-air balloon

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