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1. (WO2005016746) DISC FLYING OBJECT
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PATENT CLAIMS

1. The disc flying object, as a new form of aircraft for flying through atmospheric or cosmic space, is characterized with the following: it consists of the armour (1) and the body (2) having a disc form which observed from directions of x and y-axis has the form of an ellipse of greater semi-axis a and the minor semi-axis bi and b2; and observed from direction of z-axis it has the form of a circle of the radius R, greater semi-axis a being equal to the radius R, so that they are mutually bound by hydraulic cylinders ( 17 ) and by the slide contacts ( 7 ), the body ( 2 ) being divided in the xOy plane by the floor ( 11 ) to the upper part (10 ) including command area, regulatory and measuring devices ( 4 ), and to the lower part ( 12 ) including the stabilizer ( 14 ) bound to the floor ( 11 ) with tight connections ( 15 ), fuel tank ( 5 ), auxiliary equipment ( 8 ) , undercarriage ( 6 ), drive engines bound to the floor ( 11 ) from the lower side, that can be turbojet, rocket or plasma reactive, forming the group of engines for vertical flying or hovering in gravity field ( 13 ), engine group for flying forwards ( 16 ), engine group for abrupt stopping and flying backwards ( ), engine group for abrupt lateral moving in the course of flying or hovering ( 9 and 29 ).

2. The disc flying object according to the patent claim 1. and the variant I consisting of the armour and the body (18) bound together by hydraulic cylinders (17) and the sliding connection (7), so that the body (18) is divided by the floor (11) to the upper part (10) including command area (4) and to the lower part (12) in which there is the stabilizer (14) bound with tight connections (15) to the floor (11), fuel tank (5), auxiliary equipment (8), undercarriage (6), drive engine group for vertical flying and hovering (13), engine group for flying forwards ( 16 ) , engine group for abrupt stopping and flying backwards ( 3 ), engine group for abrupt lateral moving in the course of flying or hovering ( 9 and 29 ); is characterized with the armour and the body ( 18 ) constructed from two semi-discs joint with an elliptic cylinder in direction of x-axis.

3. The disc flying object according to the patent claim 1. and the variant II consisting of the armour and body (19) bound together by hydraulic cylinders (17) and slide connection (7), so that the body (19) is divided by the floor (11) to the upper part (10) in which there is the command area (4) and to the lower part (12) in which there is the stabilizer (14) bound with tight connections (15) to the floor (11), fuel tank (5), auxiliary equipment (8), undercarriage (6), drive engine group for vertical flight and hovering (13), engine group for flying forwards ( 16 ) , engine group for abrupt stopping and flying backwards ( 3 ), engine group for abrupt lateral moving in the course of flying or hovering ( 9 and 29 ); is characterized with the armour and the body( 19 ) consisting of the three discs linked together with halves of an elliptic cylinders so that together they compose an equilateral triangle with rounded angles.

4. The disc-flying object according to the patent claim 1., is characterized with the stabilizer (15) in form of circular annulus of the quadrangular cross section and it includes the stator of the form of profile I, having the vertical (20) and horizontal arms, the upper (21) and the lower (22) between which rotate the outer (23) and the inner ring (24) in opposite directions in the gaps (27) as the following elements (25), while drive elements (mechanical, fluid or electromagnetic) (25) are set on the vertical (20) and the rotating rings are kept in hovering position by the cushions ( 26 ) ( mechanical, fluid or electromagnetic ) .