Saturday, December 31, 2016

Cartoon by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

Kidnapper rings up the wife of a guy abducted and tied to a chair.

Kidnapper. Look Madam, If you want your husband to be returned safe pay us  20 Lakh rupees by 4 PM today. You have to pay in cash. Debit card ,  credit card  and on line payment is not accepted. Understand.

Guy kidnapped. Oh so my worth is Rs 20 Lakh.

Cartoon by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

Beggar.. Sir please give me a rupee.
Modi.  I have no change.Please tell me your bank account number. I shall send by on line.

Cartoon by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

 A yagna  for  demonetization  is being conducted by  the PM.
Modi and Brahmins.  Kuberas swaha, Black money swaha,  Rich persons swaha
Poor guys swaha...

The victim to be scarificed at yagna is a common man

Cartoon by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

An Old man goes to police stationand sees the SHO

 Inspector. What do you want from us?

Old man. Sir, I  have a lakh of rupees in my bank account. But I have no money to eat even food. Kindly put me in jail. I shall atleast get food from you..

Inspector.. was shocked

Pencil sketch of a Geramn Paperclip scietist by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


 He was born in Bohemia in Czech Republic that was occupied by Germany. During world War II. he studied there and in 1947 he emigrated to USA under paperclip program and worked for American firm. He was the pioneer in integrated circuits and obtained the patent for the company where he was working. However he was not financially benefited as he was an employee of the company.H e also did considerable work on LED . His research has considerable effect on lithium batteries and fuel cells.He was the prof emeritus at South California university. after retirement he wrote poetry. he lived in Southern California And died in 2012.

Thursday, December 29, 2016

Pencil sketch of a Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


He was a German scientist of great repute.He studied at Austrian naval academy and served Navy during WW I, He luckily escaped sinking of his ship and after war he went for studies and obtained PH D at an age of 23 yeras only. He in known for studies on lift on a wing when suddenly set into motion.Known as Wagner function? He also developed Wagner beam that facilitated construction of aircraft components from sheet metal.this resulted his designing guided missiles during WW II for use against enemy warships and civilian cargo ships some of which were lightly armoured. He developed The missiles that caused sinking of some of the. Prestigious English vessels in Atlantic Ocean Such as HMS egret and HMS Rohniq with 1000 soldiers, sailors and crew.Soon the allies developed. Electronic jamming mechanism. Ad other devices and could arrest the success of the guided missiles. He also developed surface to air missile HS 117 Schemetterling .He was a committed scientist free of any political leaning. He was taken to USA and worked for USA. later he opened a consulting firm. Ad he returned to Germany. To take up a teaching assignment At an university. He was a consultant to many US firms while At G Germnay. won prestigious awards. For his contribution towards science. He passed away on 28 May 1982 at the age of 82 years.

Cartoon by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


Cartoon by Dr K Prabhaakr Rao

WILLIM TELLL  ??????... No .. No

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Cartoon by Dr K Prabhakaar Rao

Jailor.. Look 420. You will be released tomorrow from the jail
Prisoner No.420. Sir  No..No.. Allow me to stay here. Outside I cannot bear the troubles from Banks.

Cartoon by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


Cartoon by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


Cartoon by DrK Prabhakar Rao


Pencil sketch of a Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

Kurt Waldemar Tank (24 February 1898 – 5 June 1983) was a German aeronautical engineer and test pilot who led the design department at Focke-Wulf from 1931 to 1945. He was responsible for the creation of several important Luftwaffe aircraft of World War II, including the Fw 190 fighter aircraft, the Ta 152 fighter-interceptor and the Fw 200 Condor airliner After the war, Tank spent two decades designing aircraft abroad, working first in Argentina and then in India, before returning to Germany in the late 1960s to work as a consultant for Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm (MBB).

Pencil sketch of a Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


Otto Albrecht Alfred von Bolschwing (15 October 1909 in Schönbruch, District of Bartenstein, East Prussia (now Poland) – 7 March 1982 in Sacramento, California, USA) was a German SS-Hauptsturmführer in the Nazi Sicherheitsdienst (SD), the SS intelligence agency. After World War II von Bolschwing became a spy and worked for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in Europe and later in California. He was part of paperclip program..

Monday, December 26, 2016

Pencil sketch of a Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


Born in Dessau, Germany, Ohain graduated Ph.D. in Physics and Aerodynamics from the University of Göttingen, then one of the major centers for aeronautical research, having attended lectures by Ludwig Prandtl  In 1933, while still a student, he conceived what he called "an engine that did not require a propeller."
After receiving his degree in 1935, Ohain became the junior assistant of Robert Wichard Pohl, then director of the Physical Institute of the University. In 1936, while working for Pohl, Ohain registered a patent on his version of a jet engine, Process and Apparatus for Producing Airstreams for Propelling Airplanes.  Unlike Frank Whittle's Power Jets WU design, Ohain's used a centrifugal compressor and turbine placed very close together, back to back, with the flame cans wrapped around the outside of the assembly.He was a pioneer in development of jet planes free from propelllers.
In 1947 Hans von Ohain was brought to the United States by Operation Paperclip and went to work for the United States Air Force at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. In 1956 he was made the Director of the Air Force Aeronautical Research Laboratory and by 1975 he was the Chief Scientist of the Aero Propulsion Laboratory there.
During his work at Wright-Patterson, Ohain continued his own personal work on various topics. In the early 1960s he did a fair amount of work on the design of gas core reactor rockets which would retain the nuclear fuel while allowing the working mass to be used as exhaust. The engineering needed for this role was also used for a variety of other "down to earth" purposes, including centrifuges and pumps. Ohain would later use the basic mass-flow techniques of these designs to create a fascinating jet engine with no moving parts,  in which the airflow through the engine created a stable vortex that acted as the compressor and turbine.
This interest in mass-flow led Ohain to research magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) for power generation,  noting that the hot gases from a coal-fired plant could be used to extract power from their speed when exiting the combustion chamber, remaining hot enough to then power a conventional steam turbine. Thus an MHD generator could extract further power from the coal, and lead to greater efficiencies. Unfortunately this design has proven difficult to build due to a lack of proper materials, namely high-temperature non-magnetic materials that are also able to withstand the chemically active exhaust. Ohain also investigated other power related concepts.
He also invented ] the idea of the "jet wing", in which air from the compressor of a jet engine is bled off to large "augmented" vents in the wings to provide lift for VTOL aircraft. A small amount of high-pressure air is blown into a venturi, which in turn sucks a much larger volume of air along with it, thus leading to "thrust augmentation". The concept was used in the Rockwell XFV-12 experimental aircraft, although the market interest in VTOL aircraft was short-lived. He participated in several other patents.
Ohain was the influence in shifting the mind of Paul Bevilaqua, one of his students at WP-AFB, from math to engineering, ]which later enabled Bevilaqua to invent the Rolls-Royce LiftSystem for the JSF F35B STOVL: "in school I learned how to move the pieces, and Hans taught me how to play chess". ] Ohain also showed Bevilaqua "what those TS-diagrams actually mean" ]

During his career, Hans von Ohain won many engineering and management awards, including (among others) the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Goddard Astronautics Award, the United States Air Force Exceptional Civilian Service Award, Systems Command Award for Exceptional Civilian Service, the Eugene M. Zuckert Management Award, the Air Force Special Achievement Award, and just before he retired, the Citation of Honor. In 1984–85, Ohain served as the Charles A. Lindbergh Chair in Aerospace History, a competitive senior fellowship at the National Air and Space Museum. ]In 1991 Ohain and Whittle were jointly awarded the Charles Stark Draper Prize for their work on turbojet engines. Ohain was elected a member of the U.S. National Academy of Engineering (NAE).
He retired from Wright-Patterson in 1979 and took up an associate professor position at the nearby University of Dayton. Ohain was awarded the Ludwig-Prandtl-Ring from the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Luft- und Raumfahrt (German Society for Aeronautics and Astronautics) for "outstanding contribution in the field of aerospace engineering" in 1992. He later moved to Melbourne, Florida, with his wife Hanny, where he died in 1998, aged 86. He was survived by four children.



Prof Colonel Dr K Prabhaar Rao (Retd)
Modiji is fast asleep after an hectic day. In the morning he reviewed a meeting of financial experts including some pseudo guys over his recent bomb shell of demonetization. After lunch he had discussions with RBI governor and in the evening with banking personnel. He was tired and went to sleep early.In the sleep MK Gandhi appears in dream. His figure is very hazy..
Modi.. Who are you?
Bapu. I am Mohnadas Karamchand Gandhi.
Modi. Sir, Why dont you say Mahatma gandhi?
Bapu. I was never a Mahatma. I did not ask for it.
Modi. But you are stamped as Mahatma all these years.
Bapu. it is up to you guys.But I am not that particular. I am happy to be called Mohandas.
Modi. Sir, What made you to come over to me?
Bapu. there are many issues
Modi. Like ??????
Bapu. New notes issued
Modi Wjhat is there to talk about them? I am not retracing my steps.
Bapu.I am not asking for that. I have some thing to say
Modi. What is there Bapu?
Bapu.In all earlier notes my photo was printed all these years Some notes of course had Three lion emblem. like Rs 20 notes. The new notes also have my photo same type
Modi. What is wrong in that Bapu?
Bapu.I want to suggest a thing. You guys are saying that you are fighting against black money and will fight to the end.
Modi. Is it not good?.
Bapu. Very good Modi Sahib. Although you issued new notes, these notes are already converted to black money in heaps. I think you know that crores of these new notes are being caught from some persons. How it happened in such short time?Is it not strange?
Modi. I know that. Our fight goes on.
Bapu. In all these corrupt activities I am a witness and I feel much agitated. More over, I am smiling in the photo .
Modi. What can I say?.
Bapu. Kindly print my photo if can not be avoided with eyes blind folded, Ears plugged and mouth closed by plaster. That will be befitting for the Indian situation. At- least I will not have guilty feeling. All these years I suffered greatly.
Modi. I think such picture will look absurd.
Bapu. Oh no..But that is the reality in fact. You are also helpless and I am also helpless OK. Thanks for listening. Enjoy life. Bye.. Tata. Bye
Modi gets up much agitated. He drinks water from a glass kept on table and tries to sleep.
In the distance a song is heard
Zamee chal rahee aasman chalraha hai
Ye kiske ishaare hai jaha chal raha hai... Zami....

Sunday, December 25, 2016

Pencil sketchof a Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


(17 May 1913 – 30 October 1972) was a German aeronautical engineer/designer. Receiving a degree from the University of Göttingen, Multhopp worked with the famous designer Kurt Tank at the Focke-Wulf Flugzeugbau AG during World War II, and was the leader of the team responsible for the design of the Focke-Wulf Ta 183 lightweight jet fighter, which was the winner of the 1945 Emergency Fighter Competition.  Emigrating to the United Kingdom after the war, he assisted in the advancement of British aeronautic science before moving to the United States, where his work for Martin Marietta on lifting bodies provided aerodynamic experience that proved instrumental in the development of the Space Shuttle.