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In 1987 we began the search for an alternate method of propulsion for automobiles, boats, ships, trains, and aircraft, using the concept of “Pressure Foiling” as described in U.S. Patent 5,328,333. We have designed, made, and tested hundreds of physical (and virtual) pressure-foil models. From those test results we demonstrated that the method of pressure-foil force generation is better than present-day methods of generating force. 


Today we continue to improve on our force production devices, and work toward our first product line: a two-passenger-tandem-amphibious-vehicle that uses pressure-foiling as its only method of propulsion. This new vehicle can travel on roads, snow, ice, and water. We estimate the release of our Tandem Amphibious Vehicles in the 4th Quarter of 2024.

Major Contributors to Quinn Aerospace Incorporated:

  • Steven Quinn – Founder, Quinn Aerospace Incorporated
    – United States Patent Holder

        5,328,333 -- Rotating Thrust Producing Apparatus

        11,518,443 -- Control System for Rotating Thrust Producing Apparatus

    – Santa Clarita, California, USA

  • John Mungenast – Founder, Power Quality Magazine
    – Electrical Engineer, General Electric Company
    – Guided Missile Engineer, White Sands New Mexico
    – St. Louis, Missouri, USA 

  • Robert Goodman – M.Sc., Electrical Engineering
    – Vice President, Kyocera International, Incorporated
    – San Diego, California, USA

  • Dr. M. Aqeel Rashad – Ph.D., Engineering and Natural Sciences 
    – Scientist, Computational Fluid Dynamics
    – Simulation of Jet and Vortex Actuator
    – Stuttgart, Germany

  • Dr. David Mendels – Ph.D., Physics
    – Scientist, Computational Fluid Dynamics
    – National Physical Laboratory
    – London, England

  • Nabil Arslan – M.Sc., Mechanical Engineering
    – University of Engineering and Technology
    – Lahore, Pakistan

  • Asif Khan – B.Sc., Electrical Engineering
    – University of Engineering and Technology
    – Peshawar, Pakistan

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