Buses That Can Step Over Traffic - Amazing Gyroscopic Transport Concept

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Flying train. Dahir Insaat

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Новый вид транспорта, который можно построить уже сегодня.

Concept by DAHIR INSAAT original links https://www.youtube.com/user/dahirsem/videos
Music: Spirit Must Train by Dhruva Aliman on Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/artist/5XiFCr9iBKE6Cupltgnlet - https://dhruvaaliman.bandcamp.com/album/road-of-fortunes - http://www.dhruvaaliman.com/ ...Dahir's Explanation Translated from Russian--- The other day I patented another model of transport of the second level, only now on six pillars, and with a variable distance between the wheel bearings, which made it theoretically possible to use such transport in urban conditions, in conditions of intersection of roads with different radius of curvature, different intersections and passage under bridges. Only the variable between the wheel distance will allow the platform with six supports to travel along a curved trajectory and crouch under the bridges. And after watching the video you will understand in detail why it is on six supports, and what are the advantages of this version of the platform. Surely someone will wonder why not a year ago and only now it appeared, the whole point is that a year ago I did not have a ready solution with floating supports, I did not understand how it is possible to force such traffic to pass curvilinear sections of roads, when he six supports and the distance between the supports is about seven meters. Analyzing old cliches, it turned out that if you did not combine these legs with the same frame, with a single axis of rotation, then such a vehicle could travel only along straight roads, and if you fix every two pillars on the frame with a single center of rotation like a classic carriage of a car, with high supports allowing to pass under the transport of the first level, the supports could not be telescopic, and any possibility of using a third pair of wheels was lost, without which the function can not be stepped over the obstacle, squatting in front of the bridge, and simply moving along a curved trajectory. А вот появление плавающих опор, и опор на рычагах и петлях все изменило, нашлось то спасительное решение, без которого не возможен такой вид транспорта, что собственно я и запатентовал.

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