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DESIGNING AND FABRICATION OF AN

UAV MODEL THAT IS EQUIPPED WITH


VERTICAL TAKE-OFF AND GLIDING

GROUP MEMBER
Binil S.S (Reg no JLAOEAN025)
Chandini Chandran (Reg no
JLAOEAN026)
Ebenezer Jason (Reg no JLAOEAN028)
Iyrin S.S(Reg no JLAOEAN032)
GUIDE
Mr. SUJESH G
OBJECTIVE
To show the practical applications of Vertical
Take-off and gliding incorporated into a single
model
Thus, minimising the energy required in
practical applications like gliding
To observe the cost efficiency of such a model
To design the model so that the propellers
control the direction instead of the control
surfaces.
INTRODUCTION
The idea is to hybridize a simple glider by
incorporating propellers into it and thus
providing it with vertical take-off which
minimizes the physical labour of taking a glider
to a certain height for the desired lift to be
obtained and to design it in such a way that the
propellers control the direction of movement of
the model instead of control surfaces.
UAV
An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), commonly known
as a drone, is an aircraft without a human pilot aboard.
UAVs are a component of an unmanned aircraft system
(UAS); which include a UAV, a ground-based controller,
and a system of communications between the two.
The flight of UAVs may operate with various degrees
of autonomy: either under remote control by a human
operator, or fully or intermittently autonomously, by
onboard computers
GLIDER
A light engineless aircraft designed
to glide after being towed aloft or
launched from a catapult.
VERTICAL TAKE-OFF
A vertical take-off and landing
(VTOL) aircraft is one that can hover,
take off, and land vertically. This
classification includes fixed-wing
aircraft as well as helicopters and
other aircraft with powered rotors.
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HYBRID GLIDO-COPTER
LITERATURE REVIEW
Rafeal Coronel B Sampaio et al (Novel hybrid electric motor
glider-quadrotor MAV for in-flight/V-STOL launching, Metorology
for aerospace,2014,IEEE,ISBN: 978-1-4799-1622-1)
This paper presents the hybrid concept, design, evaluation and
operation of a MAV (Mini Aerial Vehicle) named Sharky, fully
designed and crafted by ART (Aerial Robots Team).
The aircraft is morphologically and aerodynamically shaped to
perform well defined and specific features, 1) in-flight stable
launching from a carrier, 2) gliding ability, 3) powered flight
(motor-glider), 4) transition between glider and quadrotor (and
vice versa) and 5) base level launching either as a quadrotor or a
motor glider.
Piotr Ciecinski et al (A measurement system for static
test of airplane structure ,Motorglider , IEEE,
ISBN: 978-1-4799-2069-3)
The paper describes a measurement system made for
registering data from the static tests of motor glider
AOS-71.
The experiment was an evidence part leading to
obtaining the acceptance of the aircraft flight
worthiness.
The characteristic feature of the described studies was
the necessity of running the strength tests in higher
temperature.
Natassya Barlate Floro da Silva et al
(Backstepping- Sliding mode controllers applied
to a fixed wing UAV,Backstepping,ISBN:978-1-
4799-0817-2

This paper proposes a different configuration of


VTOL with fixed-wings and autonomous
procedures.
This VTOL has the advantages of traditional
aircrafts and can take off and land in small
areas.
Its design, flight modes and autopilot structure
are described and a specific scenario of
application is defined.
N B F Silva et al (Definition and modelling of a vertical take off
and landing UAV, VTOL UAV
4th International Conference on Mathematical Modelling in
Physical Sciences (IC-MSquare2015) IOP Publishing Journal of
Physics: Conference Series 633 (2015) 012125 doi:10.1088/1742-
6596/633/1/01212
This paper presents the denition and modelling of a xed wing
VTOL, named AVALON (Autonomous Vertical take o and
landing)
It has the advantages of traditional aircrafts with improved
performance and can take o and land in small areas.
Svetoslav Zabunov et al (XZ-4 Vertical Take off and Landing Multi-Rotor Aircraft,
Asian Journal of Natural and applied Sciences Vol. 3(4), ISBN - 2186-8468

This paper presents a novel construction of the vertical take


off and landing electric multi-rotor aircraft.
It solves all present problems of complex and expensive
structures and systems and offers a simple yet high quality
vertical take off and landing aircraft design.
THRUST & WEIGHT DETAILS
Weight 20 to 30 g

RPM 4600

Thrust of four propeller 353 N

Thrust of each propeller 353/4 = 88.2N


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