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Electric Propulsion System Characterization through Experiments

Abstract : Electrical propulsion system characteristics are very important in UAV design, operation and control. This article presents the characterization of electric propulsion sets through experiments. A motor test bench have been build based on previous experience in order to improve the quality of the measurements. Moreover, the bench fits in a wind tunnel, allowing to perform a complete characterization over the full airspeed range of the considered mini and micro-UAVs. After recalling the general theoretical model of an electric motor, results from various combinations are presented.
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Gautier Hattenberger, Antoine Drouin, Murat Bronz. Electric Propulsion System Characterization through Experiments. IMAV 2016, International Micro Air Vehicle Conference and Competition , Oct 2016, Beijing, China. ⟨hal-01396980⟩

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