Rokit_Armor project: Electromagnetic Drive System

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Rokit_Armor project: Electromagnetic Drive System

Post by Rokit_Armor » Thu Nov 25, 2004 6:54 am

Fellow Akira fans-

I'm here to inform you that my company is currently undergoing alpha testing on a brand new drive system *very* similar to that of Kaneda's powerbike; Actually, the bike was the inspiration for the original concept. Now I can't reveal too much information without giving away my secrets, but lets say we should have a working prototype of Kaneda's powerbike, complete with two-wheel drive high-voltage DC orbital induction propulsion system and density powered charging/docking station, by mid-2005. There will be no 'gearbox' so to say, so RPM's and MPH/KPH will be relative(i.e. 700rpm = 60mph; 1400rpm = 120mph), and should be capable of several thousand rpm (you do the math, talk about top speed!!). Acceleration should be in the range of 3.5 seconds for 0-60 mph, with the highest acceleration peak between 175-210mph. Like I said, this is in the alpha testing phase, so these numbers are not what the final product will be released as. The Kaneda powerbike replica will most likely be a low-number production unit, since our main focus will be low-cost 'fuel-less' transport vehicles. Any questions, go ahead and ask, or e-mail me.

-Derek B.
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Website ??

Post by NEO » Thu Nov 25, 2004 8:34 am

Your company doesn't have any Website ??

:cry:

(maybe for secret)

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Post by Delphia » Fri Nov 26, 2004 3:30 am

for the love of god i want a job with you!

EMPLOY ME!!!
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Post by Lambda » Sat Nov 27, 2004 3:41 pm

about how long will a full fuel cell last?
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answer (Fuel Cell)

Post by NEO » Sun Nov 28, 2004 9:35 am

See the "QUARK"s specifications for example, it has got a fuel cell and battery, 130 km of autonomy (1 mile -> 1,6 Km ----> 81,25 miles) :(

Also, MERCEDES and others manufacturer develop this technology with more autonomy.

Link, QUARK's specifications (in french): http://www.conceptcars-peugeot.com/mode ... name=Quark

Use this link for to translate the french page.
Link (in english): http://www.systranbox.com/systran/box

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Post by Rokit_Armor » Tue Nov 30, 2004 5:05 pm

Website will be up soon, and fully functioning when the first prototype is complete.

The bike charges itself, so if you don't drive around all day straight at 100mph, you should never have to recharge. Will also come with docking station to fully charge the capaciter/battery while you're at home. Doesn't actually use 'fuel cells', that technology is archaec compared to the rest of the bike. They don't produce enough energy, and are quite bulky.


-Derek B.

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Post by Ames » Tue Nov 30, 2004 9:34 pm

I, for one, applaud anyone who'se trying to get away from the internal combustion model. I look forward to reading more about this soon. Hopefully you'll even write it in "lamen" so non-techs like myself can understand and appreciate it fully. Good on ya, mate.
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Post by Lambda » Wed Dec 01, 2004 6:57 pm

Rokit_Armor wrote:Website will be up soon, and fully functioning when the first prototype is complete.

The bike charges itself, so if you don't drive around all day straight at 100mph, you should never have to recharge. Will also come with docking station to fully charge the capaciter/battery while you're at home. Doesn't actually use 'fuel cells', that technology is archaec compared to the rest of the bike. They don't produce enough energy, and are quite bulky.


-Derek B.
what i meant to ask is if the bike was given only one charge, how far will you be able to travel until the battery runs out of juice.
Also, is the company you work for a well known one?
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Post by Rokit_Armor » Sun Dec 12, 2004 7:10 am

Lambda-

Well, if the charging system onboard the motorcycle does happen to fail, I would expect a range of about 80-150 miles. We haven't decided on a manufacture for electrical storage devices yet, as well as new technologies may arise between now and the release date that we may choose to use. Like I said, these are rough numbers.


I am the owner of the company, but no, we are not well known. heck we don't have any product available yet. We've been just doing research & development of our technologies.

-Derek B.

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Post by Rokit_Armor » Mon Apr 11, 2005 5:34 pm

Well gentlemen, it looks like Lockheed Martin beat me to the ball.... about two years ago! Here is the patent to my design, but of course it's not in my name!! There go all my life goals.

http://www.freepatentsonline.com/6876122.html

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Post by maniacles » Sat Mar 22, 2008 7:44 pm

Bullshit!
That patent abstract could cover brushless dc motors too! Don't give up, just one up the bastards!
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