Designed by Michal Bonikowski, the new private jet, and aircraft Eather One was inspired by the recent Maveric concept by Airbus, which calls for a more competent aircraft with more interior space. The electric jet concept uses air friction to produce and to generate power at high speeds. The Eather One is a hypothetically innovative aeronautical project, which could challenge the need for traditional engines, bulky fuel tanks, and large batteries for propulsion.
The modern concept uses friction between the air and the high speed of the machine as the main energy source that can be recycled as needed. The Eather One electric aircraft is a unique design of a contemporary aircraft. The friction between the movement above the troposphere and the stratosphere, where jets fly, is now being harnessed by designer Michal Bonikowski who believes that this could be the newest and most technologically advanced source of clean energy.
According to Michal Bonikowski: “That aircraft’s unique design helps reduce drag while providing more cabin space. I have been thinking a lot about this lately, and wondered what could happen if a big company would like to create an electric plane.” His idea is to harness the friction generated from vibrations in the airframe and bend of the wings. The rehabilitated energy will influence the electric motors and recharge batteries. The Eather One is designed to use this clean source of energy and become a splendid achievement in aviation in terms of reducing carbon emissions.
Due to the private jet being powered by air friction, Eather One doesn’t have fuel tanks or large engines, which reduces the weight of the jets and also providing a new sleek design. The contemporary concept aircraft is unusually ahead of other technologies in terms of aircraft and carbon emissions.
The Eather One electric aircraft is a conceptual design about what would happen if planes were electric. Powered by triboelectric nanogenerators on its wings, mechanical energy is smartly converted directly into electrical energy, which makes the jet run. It is not a robust, powerful engine or hybrid technology that pushes the jet into high speeds, this luxury jet also provides friction in the air molecules in the troposphere and stratosphere.
Source: Upscale Living and Robb Report
Photos: Courtesy of Michal Bonikowski