Introduction to the Design of Fixed-Wing Micro Air Vehicles

Un libro in lingua di Mueller Thomas J. Kellogg James C. Ifju Peter G. Shkarayev Sergey V. edito da Amer Inst of Aeronautics &, 2007

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The long-term goal of attempts to develop micro air vehicles (MAVs) is to design aircraft systems that weight less than 30 grams, have about an eight centimeter wing span, and can fly for 20 to 30 minutes at between 30 and 65 kilometers per hour. Following an overview of the historical development of MAVs, editors Mueller (U. of Notre Dame), Kellogg (US Naval Research Laboratory), Ifju (U. of Florida), and Shkarayev (U. of Arizona) present chapters that examine the current state of the field, discussing elements of aerodynamics, propulsion, and design; autopilot integration into micro air vehicles; and case studies of micro tactical expendable rigid-wing MAVs, flexible wing MAVs, and MAVs with in-flight adaptive wing. Annotation ©2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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