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BOB ASA


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Downloads: 81
Uploaded by: Saulo
File size: 562 kilobytes
VSP Version: 3.X
Copyright holder: AeroDesign ITA Leviatã
Copyright year: 2016
License: Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives (CC BY-NC-ND)

File ID# 347
Manufacuter ITA - Institute of Aeronautical Technology
Model Bob Asa
Units Meters
Description Flying wing was designed and build by ITA students for SAE Brasil AeroDesign Competition 2016, advanced Class. It has MTOW of 24 kg at 60 meters of takeoff runway, 5 minutes of flight autonomy using electric propulsion from Schubeler DS-51-DIA HST Edf Engine with 15S MaxAmps LiFePo4 batteries. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8T3ytnXpro8 We use OpenVSP to predict Structural Inertia, CoG and empty weight for our Optimization algorithm. We Designed internal structures using Conformal elements, this model don't have it.
Source Quality

1 - The source material used to create this model was Definitive. This means the VSP model is the definition of the vehicle or part (it was built from the model or the model is the best source of infromation available).

Model Suitability
  • 1 - OML for wetted areas/drag buildup
  • 2 - Accurate OML for detailed aerodynamic analysis or CFD
  • 2 - Cartoon or Pretty Picture
  • 2 - Check internal layout/volume
  • 3 - Weight and balance
  • 3 - Build a display model
  • 4 - Structures
Tags single-engine , uav , electric , r/c , edf

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Comments

Alex-Daniel Rus (January 1, 2018 at 10:13):

Nice design! Flies pretty well too. But I think it needs more power, maybe a twin EDF, and also a smaller height on the airfoil section (more sleek to cut the air ) whilst maintaining the same lift area of the wing. On the other hand I really like the idea of using an EDF on a delta wing, and the landing gear is awesome! Last but not least you`ve made a good choice with the LiFe batteries (more weight but safer). Have a nice day!


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