Theoretical Design of Coaxial Rotor Micro Air Vehicle

Mr. Manoj J Watane, Dr. Sau Kamaltai Gawai, Prof. Dushyant B. Pawar
Volume 1: Issue 3, July 2014, pp 196-198


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Mr. Manoj J Watane1 
Corresponding Author
1Department of Mechanical Engineering, Institute of Engineering & Technology Darapur, Dist. Amravati, India.

Dr. Sau Kamaltai Gawai, Prof. Dushyant B. Pawar2
2Department of Mechanical Engineering, Institute of Engineering & Technology Darapur, Dist. Amravati, India.

Research Article -- Peer Reviewed
Published online – 30 July 2014

Open Access article under Creative Commons License

Cite this article – Mr. Manoj J Watane, Dr. Sau Kamaltai Gawai, Prof. Dushyant B. Pawar “Theoretical Design of Coaxial Rotor Micro Air Vehicle”, International Journal of Analytical, Experimental and Finite Element Analysis, RAME Publishers, vol. 1, issue 3, pp. 196-198, July 2014.
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Abstract:-
In recent years, there has been rapid development of autonomous unmanned aircraft equipped with autonomous control devices called unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and micro aerial vehicles (MAVs). These have become known as “robotic aircraft,” and their use has become wide spread. They can be classified according to their application for military or civil use. There has been remarkable development of UAVs and MAVs for military use. However, it can be said that the infinite possibilities of utilizing their outstanding characteristics for civil applications remain hidden. In this paper detailed design procedure for designing a micro air vehicle weighing from 20 gram to 500 gram is presented. Using such design procedure for pay load capacity of 10 grams is design. Different parameters like rotor blade length, length of stabilizer bar, length of fuselage, total length of body, totalpower required is find out. To check feasibility of vehicle in hover condition checking parameters like thrust force, lift force, centrifugal force are find out..
Index Terms:-
Micro air vehicle, coaxial rotor, small weight.,
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