Abstract-Jetpack suits rely on propulsion technology to generate the necessary thrust to lift the wearer off the ground and allow them to fly. There are various types of propulsion technologies used in jetpack suits, including chemical rockets, gas turbines, electric fans, and even water jets. The design of the propulsion system depends on various factors, such as the desired flight time, the weight of the user, and the level of control required.

In general, jetpack suits use a combination of thrust generated by one or more engines and a system of nozzles that direct the thrust in different directions to allow for maneuverability. The engines can be fueled by a variety of materials, including kerosene, hydrogen peroxide, or electricity. The fuel is typically stored in tanks located on the user's back or in the jetpack itself.

One of the challenges of developing jetpack suits is to balance the weight of the propulsion system with the user's weight to ensure that the suit remains stable and easy to control. Additionally, the propulsion system must be designed to be safe and reliable, as any failure could result in serious injury or even death. As technology advances, it is likely that jetpack suits will become more efficient, lightweight, and easier to use, making them accessible to a wider range of users.

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2023.12580

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