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    New Type of Research/Touring/Expedition Kayak designed

 

    To be tested on long distance kayak trip, Tennesee

to Florida. In January 2017 a new type of touring/exped-

ition kayak was designed and construction begun.  Now,  

August 2017, the kayak is completed with the traditional

method for propulsion.  A more advanced and novel

method of propulsion is in the design stage for this new

type of expedition kayak.

 Mechano Physics Research kayak trip was started on Aug

8, 2017 from a small boat dock located below, Knoxville,

TN.  Currently on November, 10th I am at Clifton, Marina

on the Tennessee River. The river mileage is approxi-

matley 456 miles.  I have met many people on this trip

and Sonja, who is the manager at Clifton Marina was one

nicest on this chilly November day.

 

 

Also, I have met Jason Lamont and his daughter, Lily,

also Kevin Carter and Jodi Miller, I met at Savannah,

TN. 

 

 

Sonja, Jason, Lily and Kevin and Jodi

can now be considered Trail Angels, (in the tradition

of the Appalachian Trail) by providing Trail Magic

along the Tennessee River, at Savannah and Clifton.

 

Many thanks to C.J. and Judy at Gumbdale, TN today,

November, 12, 2017.  Also, Trail Angels as well.

 

Cuba Landing, at I-40 bridge was the site of Trail Magic

from the manager, Jessica, a real Trail Angel.  Cuba

Landing marks the 531 miles from the dock near

Knoxville, TN.  The wind was whipping the waves into

a roller coaster before I entered the cove area of

Cuba Landing. Made Cuba Landing on November, 15,

2017.

 

Made, New Johnsonville and the Submarine Cafe,

where I met Kelly a waitress, a Trail Angel, who

offered Trail Magic and received some fresh water

pearls in exchange.

 

This trip finally came to an end at the Kenlake

Marina and highway 68 bridge in Kentucky, when

the temperatures reached single digits and the

river/lake began to freeze.  The dock area of the

Marina was iced in for about 20 yards from the

dock.  These temperatures continued for a week

and frostbite became a real, possibility if the trip

continued past the end date of January 3rd., 2018.

 

On January 4th, 2018 I ate a farewell lunch at Marcella's

Kitchen with Cindy the bus driver, Barbara, and Josie

in Benton, Kentucky.  After spending the night at

a 24 hour Walmart sending out resumes and playing

video games, I stayed at the Benton KY, Warming Center.

My thanks go out to Josie who brought bags of food and

gave me transportation to the Warming Center and fin-

ally to the library where I met my brother.

 

On January 5th,2018 my brother Paul and I loaded the

kayak onto his cartop and began the long ride home

to the cabin on Cokercreek, TN.

 

I would like to thank all who I met along the river

for their hospitality and friendship

   

 

 

 Testing for the research/touring/exped-

ition kayak beginning at Vonore,Tennessee,on the Little

Tennessee River and attempting to end at Ft. Pierce,

Florida on the Atlantic coast of Florida, on the Indian

River.

 

 

 

 

For more information about this contact Andrew at:

aslann22@hotmail.com

 

        

This trip came to an end on January 3rd,

2018 but one of the main goals of the trip

was to test the touring/expedition kayak

under extreme conditions.  The trip lasted

5 months and covered over 600 miles, weather

-ed two hurricanes, Harvey and Irma and came

through with flying colors.  The computer and

cell phones were not damaged, proof that the 

kayak is both stable and reliable under extreme

conditions.

                    

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

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Coming soon:  A new, highly efficient, low head

water turbine.  Operating on less than 2 inches

of head, and 50 cubic feet per minute.  At this

rate it produces more than 6+ volts, with the

ability to keep batteries charged on a 6+ volt

system.  More testing is soon to follow, with

generator output charts and photographs to be

made available.  System available for less than

$1,500.00 plus shipping, two year warranty

 included.  Click on, " Photos of Turbine and

Lighting", at the top of the page.

 

         Low Head, Low flow rate, turbine 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OR8IvZSzp24

 

Boosting the voltage circuit and set point

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVoLZO3eQbk

 

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This is a new type of long distance kayak, with locking forward and rear hatches for security.  This is the kayak that recently completed a 600 mile river trip from Vonore, TN to Benton, KY.

The kayak weathered 2 hurricane's and many many large cruiser boats.  The trip started August, 8th, 2017 and ended January, 3rd, 2018.  The trip ended, on January 3rd, 2018, with the

Tennessee River, freezing over and the local marina closed with no boats entering or leaving on account of the intense cold.  The specially designed kayak remained stable and intact, never

capsizing even though the river waves and wind became intense and virtually impossible to navigate. In water that even the large motorboats found difficult to maneuver through.  While

crossing the river channel in Chattanooga, at the time of hurricane Irma, waves higher than the gunnels, and driven by high winds, attempted to sink the craft, but the kayak survived

intact and without damage, never being destabilized.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yr1mCi1LkXU

 

 

                                           

The Mechano-Physics Extrapolation, a pedal powered electrical generating machine

 

For those people who want to get into shape and work at the same time try the Mechano Physics Extrapolation, shown below.

Also, view an upgraded model and the video at :

 

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  Directions to water turbines and old truck.  From Chattanooga, go north on I-75 towards Knoxville. Exit Hwy 68 South (New Hwy 68 South), Sweetwater, TN.  Pass through Sweetwater, TN and Madisonville, TN, and pass through Tellico Plains, TN.  Continue South on New Hwy 68 south as it goes up the mountain.  Pass mile marker 29 at the top of the mountain and continue on New Hwy 68 South past mile marker 35.  Turn left at the small wooden, brown roofed mail box onto the gravel road.  There is also a sign which reads Goldminers Lane on a high pole above the mailbox.  Turn left onto this gravel road off of Hwy 68.

 

Continue, right onto the gravel road as it drops down into the creek area.  At the bottom of the hill next to the creek you will see two red guard rails and a concrete bridge.  The gravel road forks just before the bridge.  Turn left and cross the bridge. (Do not enter the private dirve on the left, this is someone elses driveway)

 

 Continue about 30 yards to the bottom of the ridge.  The gravel road will start up the ridge and about 20 yards up the ridge you will see a grass drive on the right.  This is my drive. 

 

Park in the drive, there is a wooden gate across the drive.  The water turbines and the truck are inside this gate as well as my cabin.