At the time, when airplane is in air or preparing for a landing or has already landed on ground; in an aircraft, quantum of momentum force (mass × velocity) to be generated is entirely dependent upon its size (Dead load) and passenger and/or goods carrying capacity (Live load).

Presently, in aircraft(s), to nullify said momentum force, braking (drag) force is being generated/ applied:

  1. by moving rear portion of wings (flaps) to create resistance (drag) to air flow across the wings;
  2. by friction force being generated in wheels due to contact with surface of a runway;
  3. by applying brake in wheel(s).

Note: When airplane is in the air or preparing for landing: Option 1, only is applicable; and When airplane has already landed on ground: Option 1, 2 and 3 are applicable.

  1. Out of these three braking forces; drag force generated ‘by moving rear portion of wings’, only is adjustable (other two are almost non-adjustable) and also the same is most critical for nullifying the force of momentum and for deciding the required length of a runway, to bring an aircraft to a stop position.
  2. This innovation/product can help in creating greater resistance to air flow across the aircraft (front to back) and thus will help in generating greater braking force.
  3. As the flow coefficient of this innovation is 3-15 times lower than an orifice.
  4. This braking system will be much more robust and dependable than existing one.
  5. This will result in reducing the required length of runway at airports and also in allowing aircraft like A-380 (about 700 seat plane) to operate from almost all airports (including small size airports).

Our Technology can help in making the process of fall of an airplane from a high altitude to a lower altitude, safe and comfortable:

To bring down an airplane from high altitude to lower altitude; a pilot opens slots (present in both wings); this act allows upward movement of air, across wings.
Hence, airplane falls down with a greater acceleration due to gravitational force and passengers feel a situation like weightlessness; as we commonly feel while moving in a lift (from top to bottom).

  1. This is entirely dependent upon the judgment of a pilot i.e. at what pace or speed he/she allows an airplane to fall (i.e. open these slots; partly or fully).
  2. This device, if placed in those slots will allow upward movement of air across wings at a designed flow rate and thus will allow smoother fall of an airplane from high altitude to a lower altitude and passengers will no feel like weightlessness.
  3. This placement will remove all possibilities of failure; which may happen due to human error or failure in operation of cover(s) of slot(s).
  4. This innovation can easily be fitted in a new airplane as well as can easily be retrofitted in an existing aircraft; subject to it is sufficiently (mechanically) strong to tolerate with the bending and/ or torsion forces to be developed; in consequence of resistance to be generated in flowing fluid i.e. air.