I would like to know if a lift force will be created by the Coanda effect from high velocity air that is directed under a half-toroid shaped saucer by a centrifugal impeller.
To illustrate how such a saucer and a centrifugal impeller could be put together to generate a lift force via the Coanda effect, I have created a 3D CAD drawing using Autodesk Fusion 360 and I have displayed this drawing below in three different viewing perspectives.
The first drawing shows a cross-sectional view with the main components labeled, the second drawing shows a top side perspective view, and the third drawing shows a bottom side perspective view.
Will a lift force be created by the Coanda effect if high velocity air flows under a half-toroid shaped saucer?
I just want to point out that this question was migrated over from Aviation SE which is showing an older design that will most likely create very little or no lifting force. I have requested that this particular question be closed or deleted.
Please see a newer question that I asked on Engineering SE which shows a revised design that should create a lifting force: Will high velocity air directed underneath a half-toroid shaped Coanda saucer by a centrifugal impeller create a lifting force?