US20200173756A1 - Implement and facility for capturing grounding missiles and penetrating missiles in a fixed point and collecting guiding rockets and aircrafts and manufacture method thereof - Google Patents

Implement and facility for capturing grounding missiles and penetrating missiles in a fixed point and collecting guiding rockets and aircrafts and manufacture method thereof Download PDF

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US20200173756A1
US20200173756A1 US16/654,050 US201916654050A US2020173756A1 US 20200173756 A1 US20200173756 A1 US 20200173756A1 US 201916654050 A US201916654050 A US 201916654050A US 2020173756 A1 US2020173756 A1 US 2020173756A1
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  • the intelligent missiles of the attacking party can be rejected in the war; the program missiles in the attack are frequently captured; the saturated attack of the missiles can be collected in the type of umbrella; the sudden attack of attacking party to the command hub is tactically aborted; the missile that escapes the space missile defense system is turned to be captured on the ground.

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Disclosed are a device and a method for discharging energies of an energy carrying device when impacted in an open space. By the present invention, static energies of the earth absorbs potential energies of human science and technology products, and the eruption and destruction become a gradual leakage in the local confrontation. The mechanisms provided by the embankment mortise stack facilities, the fixed rod implements and the mortise sampan transporters provide intelligent and procedural measures for collecting missiles, penetrating missiles, rockets, spacecrafts and satellites, so that the missiles and penetrating missiles that attack the ground are collected, and the space devices such as rockets, spacecrafts and satellites are collected from space to ground, and cause no damage.

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    CROSS-REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS
  • This application claims the benefit of priority from Chinese Patent Application No. CN201811275119.4, filed on Oct. 19, 2018. The content of the aforementioned application, including any intervening amendments thereto, is incorporated herein by reference in its entirety.
  • TECHNICAL FIELD
  • The defense and capture technology of ballistic missiles, cruise missiles and penetrating missiles; the ground collection technology of space rockets, airship and satellites.
  • By the present invention, the intelligent missiles of the attacking party can be rejected in the war; the program missiles in the attack are frequently captured; the saturated attack of the missiles can be collected in the type of umbrella; the sudden attack of attacking party to the command hub is tactically aborted; the missile that escapes the space missile defense system is turned to be captured on the ground.
  • In the construction, the spacecraft equipment such as rockets, spacecrafts and satellites are turned into space shuttles and are collected and reused.
  • The collecting method of machines or non-machines is applicable to spacecrafts of various forms and different orientations of spacecrafts.
  • BACKGROUND
  • The background of the present invention is “inverted fastening mortise building structure for resisting earthquake, strong wind and tsunami and technical procedure thereof” according to Chinese Patent ZL 201310465498.4.
  • SUMMARY
  • In the present invention, provided is an energy discharging implement in an open space for an energy carrying space device. The energy discharging implement comprises a fixed rod, an implement and an embankment mortise stack; the fixed rod which is a top-down bracket supporting implement comprises a frame bracket rod with a base, a frame bracket rod, a bracket rod sleeve, a bracket top cover; the implement comprises a loading missile frame comprising a supporting shaft, a bearing sleeve, a support shaft bearing, a fixed bearing device, a bearing fixing nut, a guide rod, a guide rod bearing, a guide rod hanging piece, a diagonal sliding hole cover, a fixed hanging body, a frame bracket fixing plate, a frame bracket bottom plate, a spring narrow steel plate, a nylon rope net for picking up and changing the trajectory of thrown loading missiles, changed missiles, accepted cruise missiles, ballistic missiles and penetrating missiles; the embankment mortise stack comprises mixed mortises, slippery mortises and separation mortise boards; the mixed mortises are mortise stones covered on a surface of the stack with mortises with four diameters of φ12 cm, φ8 cm, φ4 cm, and wheat grain mortises which are layered orderly with 30 cm in each layer; the slippery mortises are mortise stones with φ12 cm and layered orderly in every layer of 3 m covered in the stack in the inner circle; the separation mortise board is a modular high-strength double-layer reinforced concrete slab or a high-strength fire-resistant glass steel sheets placed between different mortise layers; the stack is configured to catch missiles thrown by the loading missile frame or the missiles that are directly attacked; the set separation mortise boards in each layer have different seams and sizes, and right and left sides of each layer are asymmetric, and the set separation mortise boards in each layer which are not jointed are superimposed; the mortise sampan transporter further comprises mortise floating prying shoes, climbing claw shoes and covers; the implement and the embankment mortise stack are integrated to collect rockets; structures and mechanisms of respective energy carrying devices fit surface tensions and friction coefficients of mortises, which consume energy of the energy carrying devices, so that the energy carrying devices are collected.
  • The vis inertiae of the original storage on earth and the active force of moving equipment such as missiles, penetrating missiles, rockets, and spacecrafts developed by human science and technology are mutually intertwined in the local confrontation. The detonation procedure caused by the missile' impact is circumvented in the process; the energy concentrated in the impact is dispersed; and the original trajectory of the equipment is changed, so that the intelligent missile loses the original tactical target, and the program missile is captured after exhausting the energy thereof. Thus, the rocket and the spacecraft are collected without the impacting damage.
  • In the present invention, the slight surface tension of the machine-adapting mechanism of embankment mortise stack and the slight friction between mortises and stone mortises inherit and dispose powerful impact waves from missiles, penetrating missiles, rockets and spacecrafts, so that the kinetic energies carried by the impact waves are consumed by themselves when inheriting and disposing the powerful impact waves. Therefore, the impact waves are dissipated in the coordination process of the mechanism by the friction and surface tension of the embankment mortise stack. The static energy of the earth neutralizes the technological potential energy of the device, so that the above-mentioned equipment is collected by changing the trajectory.
  • BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
  • FIGS. 1-3 schematically show matching parts of a fixed rod implement, where: 1, supporting shaft; 2, bearing sleeve; 3, supporting shaft bearing; 4, fixed bearing device; 5 bearing nut; 6, guide rod; 7, guide rod bearing; 9, guide rod hanging piece; 9, diagonal sliding hole and cover piece; 10, fixed hanging body; 11, loading missile frame; 12, frame bracket rod; 13, bracket rod sleeve; and 14, bracket top cover (14).
  • FIGS. 14-26 schematically show respective combinations of graded mortise layers and separation mortise board layers in embankment mortise stack; where: 15, seat mortise layer of embankment mortise stack; 16, separation mortise board layer of embankment mortise stack; 17, graded mortise layer of embankment mortise stack; 18, graded separation mortise board layer of embankment mortise stack; 19, permissive separation mortise board layer of embankment mortise stack.
  • FIGS. 27-39 schematically show different functions and comprehensive effects of the loading missile frame facility and the embankment mortise stack implement which accept and capture cruise missiles, ballistic missiles and penetrating missiles from different positions, different positions and different orientations when the embankment mortise stack implement and the fixed-rod loading missile frame are combined.
  • FIG. 40 is an enlarged view of a bracket, a sleeve, a frame bracket seat and a fixing bolt, in which a pre-set separation mortise board represents a smooth board, and an in-site cast separation mortise board represents a rugged board.
  • FIGS. 41-46 schematically show defense drawings of the attack and defense of the missile of invisible mortise stack, aiming at the missile and the penetrating missile that are not exhausted.
  • FIGS. 47-65 schematically show matching parts of a travelling transporter; where: 45, mortise sampan; 24, sampan; 25, sampan tip; 28, sampan axle; 29; sampan rudder; 32, anti-reverse ring; 10, fixed hanging body; 11, loading rocket frame; 12, frame bracket rod; 26, floating mortise board of travelling sampan; 27, sling hole; 30, umbrella rib wheel; 32, energy guide rod; 32, energy guide wheel; 33, acute angle pry; 34, long short hammer; 35, straight rod hammer; 36, flat plow; 37, sharp plow; 38, bald plow; 39, straight angle pry; 40, mortise draping rake; 41, mortise combing rake; 42, mortise separating hammer; 43, hammer with different rods; 44, hammer with short rods; 46, energy guide connecting rod; 47, bracket fixing rod of tip net; 48, tip net.
  • FIGS. 66-79 schematically show travelling states of the travelling sampan when collected with spacecrafts such as rockets and satellites, and travelling lines of rockets which drop out the mortise sampan due to faults of storage lanyards and navigation hubs which are pre-positioned.
  • Main functional components and functional structures in the accompanying drawings are numbered; and the thin solid line in the accompanying drawings is a function marking line; the thin solid line at the bottom of the accompanying drawings is a line for combining drawings; the dotted line is a rocket thrown line; the solid arrows in the drawing are trajectories of missiles, sampans and rockets; the dotted line diagrams are shapes of objects that lose positions thereof; the thick dashed line in the drawing is a logical line of an aircraft instead of a geometric line; the travelling lines of the missiles and rockets and the rocket thrown lines in the drawings are all logical lines instead of measured lines.
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  • A fixed rod implement of embankment mortise stack is designed according to the consistency principle of the missile, frame, and stack. The frame is square, and the length of the missile is the same as the length and width of the frame. The length of the setting frame is N m, the diameter of a corresponding frame supporting shaft is also N m and the diameter of a guide rod steel pipe is 0.4 times than N m, which are the reference value of the quantity.
  • The frame supporting shaft equipment including a steel pipe, a support shaft bearing, a bearing sleeve, a fixed bearing device and a bearing fixing nut is prepared; and both ends of the steel pipe are processed with threads.
  • The guide rod steel pipe with the same length of the frame width is prepared, and the matching parts of the guide rod steel pipe such as a guide rod bearing, a guide rod hanging piece, a diagonal sliding hole cover and a fixed hanging body are also prepared.
  • The high-strength flame-retardant resin and high-quality fiber cloth are used to mold a loading missile frame which the bracket fixing plate is as thick as the frame supporting plate, and the support is made firstly and then the frame is made. The width and upper edge height of the frame bracket fixing plate are one tenth of the frame length, and the lower edge height is six percent of the frame length. The upper and lower parts are combined with the frame supporting plate, and the height of the frame bracket rod mold also includes the thickness of the frame plate. The upper center of the sliding hole of the frame bracket is located at a position which is four tenths along the middle line at the upper edge; the lower center is located at a position which is nine tenths along the middle line at the upper edge and is located at a position which is three tenths along of the middle line; the two circles are connected to form a diagonal sliding hole. A support shaft hole is located at a position which is two thirds along the middle line at the lower edge, and both holes use an end diameter of the support shaft as diameters.
  • After the frame bracket fixing plate is completed, the supporting shaft steel pipe is inserted in time. The parts of the bracket and frame connected to the supporting shaft are coated with the resin and the fiber cloth until the diameter of the parts is twice to the original diameter. The frame bracket fixing plate is molded, and the surface side has horizontal fixing holes; the template is removed in time to position the supporting shaft into the frame, and the resin and the fiber cloth are coated between the frame supporting plate, the frame bottom plate and the supporting shaft to form a connected body.
  • The prefabricated spring narrow steel plate is fixed to the front and rear ends of the surface sides of the frame, and the left and right transverse sides of the front and rear horizontals of the spring steel plate and the frame bracket fixing plate are vertical placed correspondingly, and left and right transverse sides and surfaces sides are provided with round holes which is used as a net fixing point and are surrounded.
  • After the bearings, hanging pieces and pin parts are assembled at both ends of the guide rod, the above combination is wrapped and reinforced with the same resin and fiber to twice the original diameter, and the surface can be rough. After curing, the hanging piece is matched, the bearing is inserted into the rod to fix the device with a pin. The remaining position is biased to the hanging piece, and the hanging piece and the bearing are sealed with beef tallow, and the diagonal sliding hole installed in the loading missile frame is covered with the cover. The fixed hanging body is fixed on the bracket fixing plate of the loading missile frame, which is on the same side of the diagonal sliding hole. Around the frame, the frame bracket fixing plate, the spring steel plate and the horizontal fixing holes are used as a fulcrum, and the high-performance nylon rope is used for weaving networked pockets.
  • A frame bracket rod with the seat, a bracket rod sleeve, a bracket rod, and a top cover of the bracket rod are molded, in which the fixed holes exist between each other.
  • Separation mortise boards include prefabricated separation mortise boards and in-site cast separation mortise boards, and are made of high-strength fire-resistant glass steel sheets and double-layer reinforced concrete slabs. The thickness of the glass steel sheets and the reinforced concrete slabs respectively are 3-5 cm and 7-12 cm, and the single plate area is 4 m2 as the reference data, and the plates of the same plane are asymmetrical, non-identical and complementary.
  • Embankment mortise stack in strategic hub for preventing falling missiles is centered on the hub, and the periphery is shaped like a circle, in which the inner ring is covered with φ12 cm of the same standard mortises from the inside to the outside and the outer periphery is 1 m of the width as an earth embankment. Four kinds of mortises such as φ12 cm, φ8 cm, φ4 cm, and wheat grain mortises are layered orderly in every layer of 30 cm, and after a stack with a single material inside and a mixed material of outside is added to a height of 3 m, the scaffolding is set. In addition to the conventional protection tools, operators wear mortise floating prying shoes into mortises for operation. The prying shoe is a combination of pries and shoes. The pries and the shoes are tightly jointed at a toe web part, and the pries and the shoes are loosely jointed at a tendon part. The front, back, left and right sides of the pries are three times the size of the shoes, and the shoes are installed in the middle of the pries.
  • After tidying the seat mortise layer, prefabricated or cast-in-place separation mortise boards are placed in the mortises, wherein the cast-in-place part of reinforced concrete is divided into four parts. The cast-in-place method of modular 1 is that the perimeter is reinforced by three-ply woods, then the mortise layer is tidied, and the plastic film is spread. The concrete is poured into the mortise from the periphery to the center. After tidying the concrete, the bottom reinforcing steel bars are placed. Then the concrete, the surface layer steel reinforcing steel bar and surface layer concrete are added. The addendum is tidied and pressed by a roller, then compacted by a flat jarring machine. The product is cured and cut by the design of the original plate surface, and after nine tenths of the product is cut, the remainder is naturally broken. The cast-in-place method of modular 2 is that the mortise layer is separated by wooden strips according to the set module and the wooden strips are fixed in a connection. The separated module and wood strips are covered by films integrally. The mortise is tidied successively and cast jointly layer by layer in the form of full basin, and then the mortise is tidied uniformly. After product is tidied, pressed by the roller and reinforced by the flat jarring machine, the wood strips break naturally. The cast-in-place method of gridding 3 is that a grid weaved is moved by straw ropes according to the setting requirements into the surface mortise. After the straw ropes are lifted appropriately by three-ply woods, the mortise is tidied and covered by films integrally. The concrete is transported into the mold by the rope as a pilot in the entire basin. The concrete is tidied and the bottom reinforcing steel bars are placed. The concrete, the surface layer steel reinforcing steel bar and surface layer concrete are added. If the height is not enough, the straw ropes are added twice and tied by wire. The mortise is covered by films again and cast additionally. The cast-in-place method of supplementary absence 4 is that the pre-set separation mortise board is placed in the mortise alternately. After vacancies separated by wooden strips, the mortise is tidied and covered by films integrally. Then the reinforced concrete is added and cast. The last three methods do not need a cutting process.
  • Seamless joints in the same layer are not required, and the upper and lower sections need to be connected alternately. After several layers, the frame bracket rod with a base is moved to the separation mortise board and fixed according to the set position. When every layer is placed, the position of the frame bracket rod needs to be corrected until accumulated to a mixed mortise layer on the top; and when the height of the frame bracket rod is insufficient, the sleeve is used for connecting.
  • The operation of a glass reinforced plastic separation mortise board is the same as the reinforced concrete separation mortise board. When the mortise is cast, the surface needs to be tidied, and when the casting area is cured to 30% to 50%, the glass reinforced plastic is moved to the casting area. A pre-set separation mortise board is called a smooth board, and a cast-in-place separation mortise board is called a rugged board. In the conventional medium, the smooth board and the rugged board are placed alternately, or vacancies are added by two types of boards in the same layer.
  • The sand with a high sedimentation rate is poured into the frame bracket rod according to different settings, and the water is injected into the rod mouth to promote precipitation; or the slurry mixed by building stone powder and clay or the proportional steel and concrete are poured into the frame bracket rod, and the latter two needs vibration by a vibrating rod.
  • Related parts are hoisted. After the fixing the loading missile frame, the frame bracket rod mouth is covered by the top cover and the guide rod is suspended on the upper end of the diagonal sliding hole by the hanging block. The force from the frame hanging ring is limited and gathered by four ropes of the same length, and the hanging body is hung to orient the frame.
  • As shown in FIGS. 31 and 34, a missile which enters the loading missile frame from the implements of embankment mortise stack can hit any part of the frame, and then the missile loading frame becomes a missile changing frame which transforms the straight energy of the missile into a circular motion, and returns the impact energy of the missiles from the tail feather to the missile to prompt the speed of the tail to exceed the body and the warhead, and the missile is thrown in the form of a parabolic; therefore the detonation procedure triggered by the original impact of the missile is removed. The missile slides and falls from the slope of the stack, and φ12 cm and φ8 cm of the large standard mortises in the mixed mortises ploughed by the tail feather are naked and fell, which can support the falling of the missile and dissipate the friction of the missile, and convert friction into heat. The sediment of the small standard mortises becomes a furrow of the missile.
  • As shown in FIGS. 28 and 29, a falling point missile which falls directly to embankment mortise stack without touch of the loading missile frame. Due to the increased resistance of the friction coefficient and the push of the rear force of the missile body in the loose friction along the mixed mortises, the speed of the tail exceeds the warhead, and the missile is thrown in the form of the same parabolic. Then the missile slides and falls along the slope to plow out the furrow, and the original impact of the missile is removed.
  • As shown in FIGS. 30, 31 and 32, the cruise missile that strikes embankment mortise stack vertically, passes through the loose mortise layer of the stack. Due to the passageway formed by the smooth separation mortise board and the rugged separation mortise board, the trajectory of the missile is changed, the missile is driven forward by resistance and consumes energy due to friction. Then the missile drills out along the established structure of the stack, and the original impact of the missile is removed due to the loss of impact.
  • As shown in FIG. 35, a penetrating missile with gravity wave and acceleration of a tail-spray strikes embankment mortise stack vertically. After the friction coefficient of the missile is reduced and the trajectory of the missile changes by the mixed mortise layer of embankment mortise stack, the penetrating missile with acceleration of a rocket tail spray avoids an explosion by shuttling the slippery mortise layer of the separation mortise board of the stack.
  • As shown in FIG. 36, a penetrating missile with high-energy strikes the loading missile frame vertically. The energy carried by missile changes the frame into a circular motion without gaps, and then the missile automatically falls and avoids an explosion after the energy is exhausted.
  • As shown in FIG. 37, a penetrating missile strikes the face of the loading missile frame vertically which is thrown to the slope of the mixed mortises of embankment mortise stack due to the slip of the frame, so that the missile has no impact and avoids an explosion.
  • As shown in FIGS. 38 and 39, a touch spot missile without reward of a same energy strikes the middle of the loading missile frame vertically, and the warhead is guided by the guide bar to a side and obtain the same energy to renewal, and then the missile is thrown and avoids an explosion due to lose the impact.
  • As shown in FIG. 33, the missile sliding down the slope and the floor surface, which passed by the loading missile frame is captured after the energy of the missile is consumed.
  • A hidden mortise facility of embankment mortise stack which the mode is to remove the loading missile frame and the frame bracket rod uses the same procedure in the facility of the stack, where a separation mortise board is placed in a fragmented manner; a steel plate or a scrap steel plate with the anti-rust treatment is used as a smooth board for a separation mortise board, and a cast-in-place reinforced concrete slab or a glass steel sheet is used as a filled and septal rugged board, and if necessary, the steel plate may be longitudinally thickened with steel strip to fill with the same thickness as the mortise board, the above-mentioned materials are used to constitute and accumulate the facility of the stack. Transferred strategic hubs are still input into information flow and signal sources of the hubs, which are closely distributed in non-strategic defenses for tactical deception and temptation, so that saturation-attack rain missiles formed by penetrating missiles, cruise missiles and ballistic missiles are umbrella-type collected. The mode not only relieves the tactical attack, but also directly deciphers all the technical parameters of catching process.
  • As shown in FIG. 41, the penetrating missile striking from the top of embankment mortise stack is accept by the irregularity of separation mortise boards and blocked by mortise layers due to friction. The leakage of the tension of the mortise and the drift of the separation mortise board lead the missile to drift and change the trajectory. The penetrating missile is introduced into the separation mortise board layer and drilled out.
  • As shown in FIG. 42, after striking the slope foot of mixed mortise layers of embankment mortise stack changes the trajectory, the penetrating missile which is pushed and forced caused by the rocket tail spray from a passageway formed by a floor and a separation mortise board layer is captured.
  • As shown in FIG. 43, the cruise missile passing by the slope slides along a slope and a floor, and the cruise missile is captured after the energy of the missile is exhausted.
  • As shown in FIG. 44, the cruise missile striking from the side top of embankment mortise stack is blocked by friction of the mixed mortise layer. The cruise missile carries the rocket tail spray and flies to the air after turning around in weightlessness of a tail and a head.
  • As shown in FIG. 45, a ballistic missile without endurance energy strikes from the side top of embankment mortise stack in a same part. The missile is blocked by friction of the mixed mortise layer and the slippery mortise layer and thrown conversely. The missile becoming a gliding missile to slide continuously is captured after the energy of the missile is exhausted.
  • As shown in FIG. 46, the missile striking a separation mortise board layer of embankment mortise stack vertically is forced to change the trajectory and glides through a slippery mortise layer. Then the missile is captured after the energy of the missile is exhausted.
  • A mortise sampan transporter of embankment mortise stack is produced all parts of the mortise sampan and embankment mortise stack in FIGS. 47-65 according to the settings. The mortise sampan is assembled according to the outline of the collected aircraft and the mechanism of the fixed rod loading missile frame. The basics and procedures of the frame bracket rod and the loading missile frame are retained, and the loading missile frame changes a loading rocket frame.
  • The left and right of sampans are molded. The upper side of the sampan is 1.15 times the length of the frame, and the lower base of the sampan is 1.05 times the length of the frame. The height of the bottom of the sampan and the side is slightly higher than the height of the frame. The upper edge of the sampan is referenced by 2 times the height of the frame as the radius circle of the sampan tip, and the lower edge of the sampan is 2.7 times the height of the frame as the radius circle of the sampan tip. The intersection of the two arcs is the tip of the sampan tip, and the inner width of the sampan is 1.08 times the frame.
  • The left and right of the two sides of solidified sampan are fixed, and the sampan tip is surrounded by three-ply woods in the type of lifting the bottom hermetically. After the corresponding mold core is placed at the sampan rudder ditch and the sling hole, the gel coat is covered, and the bottom of the sampan is repeatedly coated with the resin and the fiber cloth to connect the left and right sides until the set specification is reached. After curing, the sampan is turned over, the bottom splint is removed, and the four flat angles of the cabin, the sling hole and the sampan rudder ditch are supported by a support which is made besides being stable, the mold core of original surface protrusions at the sampan rudder ditch and the sling hole is reversed to the bottom, and the bottom of the sampan is repeatedly coated with the resin and the fiber cloth until the set specification is reached again.
  • The frame bracket seat rod of single throw side seat foot is produced meanwhile. The sampan rudder is made of rust-proof steel plate or metal plate. The upper edge of the rudder has sampan fixed holes, and the side edge of the rudder wheel fixed holes. The length and thickness of the rudder are the same as the rudder ditch, and the height of the rudder is 1.6 times the sampan, including the rudder ditch portion. The lower edge of the rudder is less than 2-3 cm and is properly treated to eliminate the corners; the bottom length of the rudder is one tenth of the full length; the upper slant angle of the rudder is about 12 degrees, and the ends are symmetrical.
  • An umbrella rib wheel is molded, which the outer edge is thin without corner angles and the inner rib spokes and the hub are thick; the ribs of the spokes extend radially outward. The radius of the wheel which is made of fiberglass must not exceed the height of the sampan.
  • After the umbrella rib wheel is fixed on the sampan axle by a gasket, a bearing, a nut and a pin, two flexible hoops are placed in the center of the axle. The hoop has a fixed hole at the bare end, and the hoop bared the fixed hole is wrapped and reinforced with the resin and fiber to twice the axle diameter. Both ends of the rudder are connected with the hoop of the sampan axle, the sampan is moved in time, and the rudder enters the ditch. The sampan, the sampan axle, the bottom floating panel, the rudder, the rudder ditch are adhered with the resin and the fiber cloth. After curing, the body of a mortise sampan is turned over and supported the four corners by a support. The short round steel is inserted into the fixed hole of the rudder as a pin, and wooden strips are placed at the two edge of the bare rudder and covered by gel coat. The upper edge mouth of the rudder mold pinned is coated and filled with the resin and the fiber cloth until the rudder mold is filled up. After solidification, the mold is removed, and the rudder, the sampan axle and the mortise sampan are integrated.
  • The frame bracket rod seat is fixed into the mortise sampan. In addition to the bottom fixed seat, the frame bracket rod and the sampan are fixed with the resin and the fiber cloth.
  • The hoisting loading rocket frame is fixed on the mortise sampan; the top cover of the frame bracket is installed, and the inner side of the frame hanging ring is welded with a short round steel to form an anti-reverse ring.
  • Then a fiberglass energy guide wheel and a metallic energy guide rod are produced and installed synchronously, and an energy guide connecting rod is produced with the same type of steel pipe of the guide rod and the length of the inner diameter of the sampan; the rods are fixed with the resin and fiber to twice the original diameter, and connect the energy guide wheel on both sides.
  • A bracket solid rod of a sampan tip net at the upper side arc of the sampan tip is made of steel with the same material as the energy guide rod, a sampan tip net is weaved with nylon ropes between the solid rod and the tip.
  • According to the setting needs of the removing program of the separation mortise board in a mortise sampan of embankment mortise stack, an acute angled pry attaches one of the group comprising a hammer with different rods, a hammer with same rods, a flat plow, a sharp plow and a bald plow to form an acute angle pry plow (hammer), or a straight angled pry attaches one of the group comprising a mortise draping rake, a mortise combing rake, a mortise separating hammer, a hammer with different rods, a hammer with short rods to form a straight angle pry plow(hammer). An acute angle pry plow (hammer) and a straight angle pry plow(hammer) are pre-placed in every layer or in a single layer in the stacking of embankment mortise stack; storage lanyards are leaved between multilayer pries and a pry and a sampan and then the lanyards are pulled out; when approaching the top of the stack, the navigation hub equipment is placed in the top of the mortise stack; the mortise sampan is hoisted by a helicopter or a derrick boom on the top of the mortise stack to seat. The lanyard which is extended from the sling hole penetrates the pendant and lifts the guide rod. The mortise sampan is supported by the floating load of the mortise and the friction against the rudder.
  • After taking the rocket, the mortise sampan becomes a travelling sampan. The friction of the sampan on the mixed layer and slippery mortise layer of embankment mortise stack makes the load of the sampan. The acute angle pry plow (hammer) further increases the friction against the mortise sampan, which is collected after running out of energy from the hillside to the flat optionally; or the sampan which the energy is exhausted in the specified local area is collected due to the load is incremented step by step by multiple sets of the straight angle pry plow(hammer).
  • As shown in FIGS. 68 and 69, when the rocket falls on the left side of the loading rocket frame, the mortise sampan is tilted to the left, and the rudder sinks in the mixed mortise layer to steer and rub, and becomes a travelling sampan to go down the slope.
  • As shown in FIGS. 70 and 71, when the rocket falls on the center of the loading rocket frame, the guide rod slides down and guides the head, the body and the tail of the rocket, so that the rocket tilts to the right, and the rudder sinks in the mixed mortise layer to steer and rub, and becomes a travelling sampan to go down the slope.
  • As shown in FIGS. 72 and 73, the rocket falls on the left side of the sampan tip net due to inaccurate navigation, the mortise sampan which bears potential energy of the rocket goes down the slope to the left or right quickly.
  • As shown in FIGS. 74 and 75, the rocket falls on the left side of the loading rocket frame due to inaccurate navigation, after the loading rocket frame transmits energy to the sampan tip, the sampan plows the mortise layer to the left.
  • As shown in FIGS. 76 and 77, the rocket falls on the slope of embankment mortise stack in front of the left side of the mortise sampan due to inaccurate navigation, and then the rocket slides along the slope into the flat.
  • As shown in FIGS. 78 and 79, the rocket falls on the front slope of embankment mortise stack vertically due to inaccurate navigation, the march forward of rocket changes the original state of the stack and the stability of the mortise sampan, and breaks through the slipped mortise stone of the stack.
  • After the above three groups of embankment mortise stack are finished, the surface is covered with building stones of 4-sized, 6-sized and 8-sized and macadam in thin layers. The short-term defense is to collect the heavy rain water into the gully water transport mortise, and creeper plants are protected at the foot of the stack for long-term coverage and maintenance; creeper plants are planted at the foot of the stack to spread the stack as a long-term cover, and when using, the roots of the plant are cut and burned with sulfuric acid, and then the net is uncovered by unmanned aerial vehicles after dried.
  • Thousands of embankment mortise stacks and implements, transporters can be constructed to protect the defending party from the attacking of rockets and missiles.

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What is claimed is:
1. An energy discharging implement in an open space for an energy carrying space device, the energy discharging implement comprising a fixed rod, an implement and an embankment mortise stack;
wherein the fixed rod which is a top-down bracket supporting implement comprises a frame bracket rod with a base, a frame bracket rod, a bracket rod sleeve, a bracket top cover;
the implement comprises a loading missile frame comprising a supporting shaft, a bearing sleeve, a support shaft bearing, a fixed bearing device, a bearing fixing nut, a guide rod, a guide rod bearing, a guide rod hanging piece, a diagonal sliding hole cover, a fixed hanging body, a frame bracket fixing plate, a frame bracket bottom plate, a spring narrow steel plate, a nylon rope net for picking up and changing the trajectory of thrown loading missiles, changed missiles, accepted cruise missiles, ballistic missiles and penetrating missiles;
the embankment mortise stack comprises mixed mortises, slippery mortises and separation mortise boards; the mixed mortises are mortise stones covered on a surface of the stack with mortises with four diameters of φ12 cm, φ8 cm, φ4 cm, and wheat grain mortises which are layered orderly for 30 cm in each layer; the slippery mortises are mortise stones with φ12 cm and layered orderly in every layer of 3 m covered in the stack in the inner circle; the separation mortise board is a modular high-strength double-layer reinforced concrete slab or a high-strength fire-resistant glass steel sheets placed between different mortise layers; the stack is configured to catch missiles thrown by the loading missile frame or the missiles that are directly attacked; the set separation mortise boards in each layer have different seams and sizes, and right and left sides of each layer are asymmetric, and the set separation mortise boards in each layer which are not jointed are superimposed; the mortise sampan transporter further comprises mortise floating prying shoes, climbing claw shoes and covers;
wherein the implement and the embankment mortise stack are integrated to collect rockets; structures and mechanisms of respective energy carrying devices fit surface tensions and friction coefficients of mortises, which consume energy of the energy carrying devices, so that the energy carrying devices are collected.
2. The energy discharging implement of claim 1, wherein the energy discharging implement is manufactured by a method comprising the following steps:
coating a bottom of the frame with a same resin and fiber cloth to double an original diameter of the frame when manufacturing the supporting shaft, so that the frame is reinforced to increase the missile throwing radian of the frame;
hanging ropes with the same length at frame hanging rings below four corners of the frame, and fixing a resultant force object which is half of the frame in weight, so that everlasting operating is guaranteed due to floating of the frame; and
manufacturing the guide rod with the same principle, wherein the remaining position in the wrap between the bearing, the bin, the hanging piece and axle is biased to the hanging piece to ensure that the missile striking the middle of the frame synchronously accepts the oblique displacement of the outer ring of the bearing and the rotating slide of the bearing load, and the hanging piece randomly decides directions.
3. The energy discharging implement of claim 2, wherein the method for manufacturing the energy discharging implement further comprises the following steps:
piling the rugged boards which are cast in-site in a staggered manner to reduce collapse of the embankment mortise stack which is not covered; enlarging an interface of the board to increase aggregation of the mortises; and forming the embankment mortise mountain through interaction of gaps of modular plates;
fixing an initial mortise floating surface with the separation plates, smoothing the initial mortise floating surface, and covering a thick plastic film on the smoothed mortise floating surface;
putting concrete onto the smoothed mortise floating surface, and then adding reinforcing bars onto the concrete; adding concrete onto the reinforcing bars and flattening; and then adding reinforcing bars and concrete on surface, and flattening;
compressing with a rotary cylinder and consolidating with a plate type vibrator; curing, and cutting according to a requirement of set modules; or
separating plates with wooden strips or grass ropes; casting modularly after covering a film, wherein the concrete is cast in layers.
4. The energy discharging implement of claim 1, wherein the frame bracket fixed rod is obtained by compacting, reinforcing and strengthening a hollow rod, which improves a loading capacity of the implement and is used again after destroyed; after the loading missile frame is installed, sands with a high sedimentation rate from rivers are added into an upper opening of the frame bracket rod, and water is injected into the rod to promote settling; or mortar concrete or reinforced concrete is added into the opening of the frame bracket rod, and are vibrated by a vibrator, so that the loading and reuse capacity are improved.
5. The energy discharging implement of claim 2, wherein the method further comprises the following steps:
after the embankment mortise stack is constructed, covering the slope of the stack with a thin mixed layer of 2-sized, 4-sized, 6-sized and 8-sized stones which are used for buildings on a frontal surface, so that the mixed mortises on an outer surface are prevented from being washed away;
planting ivies on the slope of the stack for a long-term curing; and
cutting roots of the ivies and burning with sulfuric acids, and after withered, removing the ivies with an unmanned aerial vehicle.
6. An energy discharging facility in an open space for an energy carrying space device, comprising a hidden mortise facility; wherein the hidden mortise facility comprises a modular scrap steel plate with an anti-rust treatment, a concrete rugged board or a glass steel rugged board for filling holes; attacking missiles are directly collected when a loading missile frame and a frame bracket fixed rod are removed; the mortise sampan facility further comprises mortise floating prying shoes, climbing claw shoes and covers; the facility and the embankment mortise stack are integrated to collect rockets; structures and mechanisms of respective energy carrying devices fit surface tensions and friction coefficients of mortises, which consume energy of the energy carrying devices, so that the energy carrying devices are collected.
7. The energy discharging facility of claim 6, wherein the energy discharging facility is manufactured by a method comprising the following steps:
casting the separation mortise boards;
placing the waste steel plates which meet a requirement for modules on the mortise layer in a checkerboard manner after an anti-rust treatment; and
casting rugged separation mortise plates, and filling the rugged separation mortise plates into vacancies, wherein sides of the steel plates may be thickened if necessary, so that a missile loading frame is removed in the hidden embankment mortise facility.
8. The energy discharging facility of claim 7, wherein the method further comprises the following steps:
after the embankment mortise stack is constructed, covering the slope of the stack with a thin mixed layer of 2-sized, 4-sized, 6-sized and 8-sized stones which are used for buildings on a frontal surface, so that the mixed mortises on an outer surface are prevented from being washed away;
planting ivies on the slope of the stack for a long-term curing; and
cutting roots of the ivies and burning with sulfuric acids, and after withered, removing the ivies with an unmanned aerial vehicle.
9. An energy discharging transporter in an open space for an energy carrying space device, comprising a mortise sampan transporter; wherein the mortise sampan transporter comprises a mortise sampan, an acute angle pry plow (hammer) or a straight angle pry plow (hammer), a navigation hub, a storage lanyard; the mortise sampan comprises a loading rocket frame or a rocket changing frame, a frame bracket rod, an anti-reverse ring, an energy guide rod, an energy guide connecting rod, a sampan rudder, an energy guide wheel, an umbrella rib wheel, a sampan axle, a gasket, a bearing, a nut, a pin, a hoop, a sampan, and a floating mortise board of the travelling sampan with a sampan rudder ditch and a sling hole, a sampan tip, a sampan tip net and a sampan tip net fixing bracket rod; the acute angle pry plow (hammer) comprises a combination of an acute angle pry and a hammer with different rods, a hammer with same rods, a flat plow, a sharp plow, a bald plow; the straight angle pry plow (hammer) comprises a combination of a straight angle pry and a mortise draping rake, a mortise combing rake, a mortise separating hammer, a hammer with different rods or a hammer with short rods; the embankment mortise stack removes the separation mortise board, and the mortise sampan of the stack becomes a travelling sampan; a transfer of frictional energy is provided by lifting the acute angle pry plow (hammer) and the straight angle pry plow (hammer) segment by segment through a pre-positioned storage lanyard to collect a rocket in a set area, or the embankment mortise stack directly receives misguided rockets; the mortise sampan transporter further comprises mortise floating prying shoes, climbing claw shoes and covers; the facility and the embankment mortise stack are integrated to collect rockets; structures and mechanisms of respective energy carrying devices fit surface tensions and friction coefficients of mortises, which consume energy of the energy carrying devices, so that the energy carrying devices are collected.
10. The energy discharging transporter of claim 9, wherein the energy discharging transporter is manufactured by a method comprising the following steps:
continuously overlaying guides, energy consumption tools and plows to form an energy consumption mechanism, so that carrying energies of space rockets are consumed and space devices are collected without damage;
manufacturing the anti-reverse ring, the energy guide rod and the energy guide wheel, wherein a total length of the energy guide rod and the energy guide wheel is slightly larger than a length between a bottom of the frame and a bottom of the sampan;
molding the umbrella rib wheel with a thin edge and a thick hub, in which ribs of the umbrella rib wheel extend radially outward, and the thin edge of the umbrella rib wheel has no corners;
manufacturing an acute angle pry and a hammer with different rods, a hammer with the same rods, a flat plow, a sharp plow, a bald plow to form the acute angle pry plow (hammer), or manufacturing a straight angle pry, and a mortise draping rake, a mortise combing rake, a mortise separating hammer, a hammer with different rods, a hammer with short rods to form the straight angle pry plow (hammer);
placing one or more of the acute angle pry plow (hammer) and the straight angle pry plow (hammer) into the embankment mortise stack, wherein the separation mortise board is removed, and the pry plows (hammers) are associated with the mortise sampan using pre-positioned storage lanyards;
mounting the energy guide rod, the energy guide wheel and the umbrella rib wheel at the mortise sampan;
transmitting the energy to the energy guide rod and the stack bottom when impact of the rockets pushes the loading rocket frame to incline downwardly, so that the energy guide rod moves forwardly, and the energy guide wheel rolls forward to deliver part of the energy to the sampan tip, and at the same time, the sampan tip inclines downwardly to drive the sampan to move downwardly along a slope of the embankment mortise stack, and then the umbrella rib wheel moves against the mortises, and when the travelling sampan is stopped, the pre-positioned storage lanyards is exhausted, and the acute angle pry plow (hammer) or the straight angle pry plow(hammer) transmits frictions to the sampan to consume energy, so that the traveling sampan or the pry plow is collected when it is on the slope or near the ground.
11. The energy discharging transporter of claim 10, wherein the method further comprises the following steps:
after the embankment mortise stack is constructed, covering the slope of the stack with a thin mixed layer of 2-sized, 4-sized, 6-sized and 8-sized stones which are used for buildings on a frontal surface, so that the mixed mortises on an outer surface are prevented from being washed away;
planting ivies on the slope of the stack for a long-term curing; and
cutting roots of the ivies and burning with sulfuric acids, and after withered, removing the ivies with an unmanned aerial vehicle.
12. The energy discharging transporter of claim 9, wherein mortise floating prying shoes are a walking tool on the mortise stone layer; a ratio of a size of pries to a size of shoes is 9:1, and the shoes are installed in a middle of the pries; the shoes and the pries are tightly jointed at a toe web position, and are loosely connected at a tendon position; climbing shoe covers and shows are used as an inspection protection tool, a ratio of a climbing shoe and a pry bottom of the climbing shoe is 1:5; a rear of the toe web position is arranged with multiple rows of long spikes which have a length of about 20 cm and penetrate through the pry; and the climbing claw covers are the same as mud tile board, and a ratio of a size of a pry board to a size of the mud tile board is 4:1, and multiple rows of long spikes which have a length of about 20 cm penetrate through the pry.
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