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MTP Drone Presentation

RPM

RPM measurements
o Estimate the RPM for the drone propellers at a
hover. ____
Was your estimate high or low. ____
o Predict the RPM during ascent. ____
Will it be the same? ____
Higher or lower? ____
o Predict the RPM during descent. ____
Will it be the same? ____
Higher or lower? ____

Drone RPM (revolutions per minute)


RPM = 9,000-12,000
The Phantom 3 Standard drone uses a
maximum of 12,000 rpm when taking off
and approximately 9,000 rpm during flight.
Based on the information above answer the
following questions.
1.) How many revolutions would the propellers make if it were flown for the
maximum battery life of 25 minutes? ____
2.) Since this drone is a quadcopter, how many total revolutions are
completed in the 25 minutes? ____
3.) If you were to fly the drone for 1 hour, how many revolutions? ____
4.) If the drone was ascending for 2 minutes (12,000 rpm) and then flying
for 10 minutes(9,000 rpm), how many revolutions would be made by each
propeller? ___

Relative
Altitude
Follow up lesson:

Percent
change

Question/Problem
How tall is Mr. Wiedrick? (6ft)
How tall is the first drone hover? (10ft)
How high is the top of the school building?
What is the altitude of the flagpole at the football
field?
What is the height of the light pole?
What is the altitude of the last drone hover?
____(100ft)
Can we get to the maximum altitude

Estimate

Actual

Drone data conversion


student worksheet

RPM = _______/________
(flight)
(ascent)
Altitude = governor ____ m = ____ft
max altitude ____m = _____ ft

Speed/velocity = ____ m/s = _____ft/s


ascent = ____m/s = _____ft/s
descent = ____ m/s = _____ft/s

Kilo = 1000
5k = 5,000 = ____ miles
10k = 10,000 = ____ mil
15k = 15,000 = _____
miles

Size = ____ mm = _____in = ______ft


Weight = _____ g = ______lbs
1 mile = _____feet
Transmission distance (range) = _____m = ____ miles =
_____ft
1 meter = 3.28 feet
Battery life = approx. ____ min = _____hrs

1 gram = 0.002 lbs


1 meter = 0.0006
miles
1 mm = 0.039 inches

Circumfere
nce

C = 2r
C = d

a.) The drones first revolution circled with a constant


radius of 11 meters. Find its circumference?
______________
b.) Mr. Wiedrick changed the size of the circle making
the diameter 16.8 meters, find this circumference.
______________
c,.) If the circumference of a new circle measured
32.8, find the radius in terms of pi.
______________

Area of Cylinder

A = 2rh + 2r2

Mr. Wiedricks drone has been hacked! The evil hacker


has locked him the force field of his latest drone flight.
He flew to a height of 22.3 m and had a radius of 6.92
m. Find the area of the force field that surrounds Mr.
Wiedrick.

Volume of
Cylinder
a.) Johnny Knucklehead is flying his drone to
measure the size of the cylinder shaped pool he
wants for his back yard. He flies the drone to a
height of 8 feet and has the drone circle him with
a radius of 12.5 feet. How many cubic feet of
water will he need to fill his dream pool? ____
b.) If 1 cubic foot equals 7.48 gallons, calculate
how many gallons will be required to fill his pool.
_____

Waypoints Area & Perimeter

Name the polygon created by this drone flight.____


Find the perimeter of the polygon shaped flight.
____
Find the area of the polygon created by the flight.
_____

Metric Imperial
Conversions
inch = 25.4 mm
m = 3.28 ft
ft = 0.3048 meter

Phantom 3 Standard
-The

drone measures 350 mm from propeller to propeller.


Convert 350 mm to inches _____

Using the Telemetry readings find:

-Convert the distance from the 5th to 4th waypoint from


feet to meters
____

Right Triangle Trigonometry


The question the students
needed to answer was
how far is it from the
teachers car to the top of
the school building.
The drone can be flown to find the
distance of the base and the
height. Students can apply
Pythagoreans Theorem (a2 + b2 =
c2) to calculate the distance from
where they launch the drone, to the
top of the measurement.

c
a

Similar triangles Proportions


The drones battery just ran out and we still have another task to
accomplish! The height of the school building only measures to the top
of the second floor. We need to know the height of the gymnasium which
is 60 feet beyond the top of the second floor. Since we are able to see
the top of the gymnasium from where we launched the drone, we can
use the same information we have already found. Then find the distance
the drone would have to travel from the student to the top of the
gymnasium.
Height of gymnasium ____
Distance from kids to top of gymnasium ____

6
.
74
ft
68 ft

30.9 ft

60 ft

One of our parents has a drone and shared a


picture of their house for us to use. Here is a
group bellringer.

Name & tally as many polygons as you can


from Ellas house.

Polygon

Frequency

ELA SS Politics
connection
Amazon drone package delivery: Allow
it or not?
1.)

(Persuasive writing or Discussion topic)

Should drones be used for


hunting(scouting)?
2.)

Type of
flight

Aircraft signal
strength
Flight

Transmitter
strength

Wi-fi strength
Battery life

mode

Auto
land

Return
to
home
Intelligent
flight
mode
Camer
a view

Altitude

Speed/Velocity
Distance
from
launch

Drone vocabulary

Gimbal
Telemetry
Yaw
Waypoint
Point of interest
Accelerometer
Gyroscope
Altimeter

Other ideas/possibilities

Ellipse
Acceleration
Angles
Percent error (actual vs specifications RPM)
Rounding
Voltage/wattage
Pitch degrees
Research collection (ie. Whales blow hole
Snotbot)
Geophysical surveys

Drone Occupations/Uses

Catching test cheaters (China)


Agriculture
Video documentation (replace GoPro)
Racing
Medical deliveries
Traffic & News
Luxuries (champagne delivery)
Illegal activity (drug mules)
Deliveries to people in need
Search & rescue
Covering sporting events (olympics)
Use in coaching (recording practice)

Basic Drone Info


Rules & Regulations
DJI
specs

FAA registration $5 for drones 0.5


55 lbs
400 feet altitude
5 miles away from airport (unless
permission granted)
Daytime hours
Line of sight

Phantom 3 Standard
500 meter altitude (governed at 120m = 394
ft)
Transmission range1000 m = 0.62 mi =
3,280.84 ft
RPM propellers 9,000 12,000
25 minute battery life
Speed/velocity = 16 m/s = 35.791 mph
ascent = 3m/s = 6.71081 mph
descent = 5 m/s = 11.1847 mph
Cost approx. $500 (2016)
350 mm (prop to prop)
Mass = 1,216 g
Battery mass = 365 g

DJI
specs

Intelligent Flight Modes


Telemetryis an automated communications process by
which measurements and other data are collected at remote
or inaccessible points and transmitted to receiving equipment
for monitoring. The word is derived from Greek roots: tele =
remote, and metron = measure.
Telemetryis the automatic measurement and wireless transmission of
data from remote sources
1.) Follow me
2.) Point of interest
radius
circumference
diameter
3.) Waypoints
coordinates
polygon

Coordinate Geometry
1.) Label the ordered

..
. .

pair for each red


waypoint on the
coordinate plane
2(___,___)
3(___,___)
4(___,___)
5(___,___)
2.) Name the
polygon
_________________
3.) Find the
perimeter of the
figure using the
actual measurement
on the graph in feet
(the home point is

Student Brainstorm
Drone Uses

Kids race video


My students raced
the drone for 100
meters. The video
did not save but we
found the drone to
get to 27 mph in 100
meters. This was
the plan that the
kids wanted to use
with the drone, then
comparing the
drone velocity to
their own.
Unfortunately, we

Velocity

Speed =Distance/Time
Velocity =Displacement/Timein a
direction.