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Img.033a = Img.003 (G1a/ C1ab), but different text

Img.033 (G1) The side appearances of discoidal Magnocraft type K3. The smallest type of Magnocraft is illustrated, for which the K factor takes the value K = D/H = 3. This is why the type is called K3 type. This vehicle is shown in side views in three most frequently appearing situations, namely, (a) as a single vehicle, (b) as a spherical flying complex, and (c) as a stacked flying cigar. Note that the outer diameter for the K=3 type of Magnocraft is equal to D = 0.5486*2K = 4.39 metres, while the total height is equal to H = D/K = 1.46 meters.

Img.033a (G1a) The side appearance of a single Magnocraft type K3, as it is defined by the theory from this monograph. The general shape and outlines of this vehicle are strictly defined by the set of mathematical equations derived from the design and operational conditions (these equations are listed in Img.067 (G18). Its dimensions are also defined by these equations. The vehicle's shell is made of a mirror-like material whose degree of transparency and light reflectiveness can be strictly controlled. Thus, when the crew makes this shell transparent, elements of the internal structure (e.g. propulsors, compartments, separatory walls, etc.) can be seen by an outside observer. In the above illustration seven spherical propulsors (out of a total number of n=8) placed in the horizontal flange are visible. Each of these propulsors contains inside a twin-chamber capsule composed of two Oscillatory Chambers. The eight vertical partitions divide the vehicle's flange into eight separate chambers, each housing one side propulsor. The horizontal separatory ring placed at the top-half of the flange separates both magnetic poles (N and S) in each of these side propulsors, thus forcing the magnetic field which is produced to circulate through the environment. On the upper part of the flange three lamps of the SUB system (i.e. equivalent to the position lamps in aeroplanes) are indicated - see also Img.080 (G30). In the centre of the vehicle the single main propulsor and its twin-chamber capsule are shown. Within the ring-shaped crew cabin a pilot's seat is visible. (Compare this illustration with Img.002 (C1).
Notice that a photograph of just such K3 type vehicle taken in a side view, when it already flies, are shown in Img.120 (P1) from volume 13 of this monograph. In different views, the same vehicle is shown over there also in Img.134 (P15), Img.136 (P17a), Img.142 (P23), Img.143 (P24a), and Img.148 (P29).

Img.034 (G1b) An external (side) view of a spherical flying complex. An example illustrated here is obtained by coupling base-to-base two Magnocraft type K3. Notice that the coupling of larger vehicles (i.e. types K4 to K10) will produce a more flattened shape of such complexes.

Img.035 (G1c) A stacked cigar formed from 6 Magnocraft type K3. This cigar is shown in side view.

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