Specifications: Iron Man Armored, Flying Suit,
Designer: Anthony Stark
Major Contractor: Stark
Armor exterior Dimensions:
Height (overall): 75 in.
Width (overall): 34 in.
Width (short axis): 21 in.
Weight: 215 lbs.
Surface/primary Layer: High carbon, steel/iron
alloy, including trace technetium-niobium arranged in
a finely tessellated mail.
Secondary Layer: Comprised of various thermoelectric
generators, temperature insulators and regulators.
Tertiary Layer: Consists of two independent, 'crimped'
armature electric motors that are aligned at right angles
to each other, which can simulate human musculature movement.
Special Features: Each layer possesses integrated
communication, power-handling and control circuitry -
with regions, which contain certain large area specializations,
such as the simulation of a specific muscle.
Note: Suit's microscopic scale chain mail is made
rigid by numerous computer-controlled magnetic beam generators.
These generators can sense and amplify the suit wearer's
motions and strength. Discrete networks of them are arranged,
in conjunction with the full-body system of DC motors,
to mimic the function of human musculature.
Armor Articulation Motivation:
Musculature enhancement: Amplifies wearer's strength
about 75 times.
Limits: DC electric motors allow for severe overloading
with a theoretical limit of 1,000% for .0085 seconds.
Type: High-density storage battery, AC/DC electricity.
Primary: Cryogenic flat batteries.
Secondary: Solar power converters, regrouped in
microscopic ridges for improved collection efficiency,
arrayed on shoulders and headpiece.
Tertiary (back-up): Any electric potential, whether
generated or naturally occurring, such as heat.
Armor System Controls:
Type: Automatic, computerized, body motion following.
Sub-Systems: Local networks of muscle groups and
high-density computers, which control large scale movements
such as walking.
Special Features: Armor is comprised of finely
tessellated mail, which can minimize sudden compressions,
such as a blow, by racially dissipating the energy throughout
Note: There are numerous spoken and cybernetically
interpreted commands, but they are limited because of
lack of computer memory and programming volume.
Articulation Seals/reinforcement: All magnetic.
Because the seals are microscopically scaled, the actual
measure of certain internal seals are several inches when
the surface measure would be only one inch.
Range: High altitude to deep water: 70,000 feet
above to 1,000 feet below sea level.
Air Supply Duration: 1.7 hours
Pressure: Normal atmosphere (14.7 pounds per square
inch) provided internally over a wide external range.
Temperature: 73° Fahrenheit internal, over
-185° F to 2,500° F external. .85°-140°
internal, over 2,500°-15,000° F. external.
Environment Design Program:
Type: Full spectrum chemical, biological, nuclear
Range: Two months on filtered external air
Exposure: Low-level radiation over 2 month period;
suit can tolerate short periods of high radiation by stepping
up magnetic beam generator's activity
Type: Each boot contains two miniature, magnetically
powered turbines, which compress ambient air into incandescence
to generate thrust.
Maximum Speed: Mach 1.2 (960 mph)
Lift Capacity: 2,700 lbs.
Range: Practically unlimited at moderate speeds.
About 1,800 miles (100% load), 3,500 miles (50% load).
Note: Unloaded, the suit can attain an altitude
of 70,000 feet. At maximum load the average altitude is
Fuel: Ambient air.
Navigation: Suit is equipped with internal guidance,
laser gyroscopic movement sensor and LORAN C as mutual/redundant
navigation and ground positioning aids.
Special Features: Each boot is equipped with small
cryogenic storage tank containing liquid air which are
able to fuel the mini-turbines is non-atmospheric environments.
Primary: Repulsor Rays
Description: Pulsed, laser-path guided, medium-density
Range: 40 feet
Limits: The suit palm blasters are able to fire
for very short periods of time. The duty cycle allows
for a 25% cooling period.
Secondary: Suit Skin
Description: The outer surface of the armor is
equipped with devices, which are able to convert thermal
energy into usable electricity. Above a certain temperature
the suit employs an electronic cooling network to protect
the suit operator.
Limits: About 15,000° Fahrenheit.
Note: The suit can optimally function over a range
of -185° F. to 15,000°F.