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Doss Electric Prima


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Downloads: 13
Uploaded by: Kailash Kalidoss
File size: 370 kilobytes
VSP Version: 3.X
Copyright holder: Kailash Kalidoss
Copyright year: 2019
License: Attribution Share Alike (CC BY-SA)

File ID# 418
Manufacuter K square Aero
Model Doss Electric Prima
Units Meters
Description The intended use for this fully electric airplane is a basic trainer. The outcome is to reduce emissions and flight training costs significantly. Core attributes: Fully Electric - Battery driven. Comparable to a leading electric car. Target efficiency of 80%. Basic Trainer - 2 PAX, 250 kg Payload. Total wt approx. 1000 kg. Wings: Hi-Wing design. Solar cells embedded for aircraft low power requirements. Power Plant: Siemens SP55D Synchronous Motor or similar. Fixed pitch. Propellers in Push configuration at the end of the T- Tail. This configuration reduces noise, provides unobstructed ~320-degree views. Fuselage: Fiberglass & Composites Aircraft Performance: Stall speed: 30 m/s, Max Airspeed: 80 m/s, Cruise Speed: 50 m/s Air time per full charge: 1 hour or 160 km. Landing gear: Fixed, Tricycle. Minimum analysis of Airframe performed and it seemed feasible. If you think this design is feasible, contact me at kailash.kalidoss at Gmail.
Source Quality

5 - The source material used to create this model was Completely Inaccurate. This means the creator thought of the vehicle or part as he or she made the model, but did not use any pictures or drawings and had no dimensions.

Model Suitability
  • 1 - Cartoon or Pretty Picture
  • 2 - Build a display model
  • 3 - Structures
  • 3 - Check internal layout/volume
  • 3 - Weight and balance
  • 4 - OML for wetted areas/drag buildup
  • 5 - Accurate OML for detailed aerodynamic analysis or CFD
Tags general aviation , experimental , airplane , trainer , fully electric airplane

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Comments

Kailash Kalidoss (November 1, 2019 at 0:40):

This is a concept sketch. My aim is to make this design a reality. Any steps to make this happen, any improvements and suggestions are welcome.


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