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EDURA: an Evolvable Demonstrator for Upset Recovery Approaches with a 3D-printed Launcher

Abstract : As in-flight loss of control has remained a severe threat to aviation, aeronautical research designed several approaches for upset recovery, few of which has been demonstrated in flight tests. The on-going success of micro air vehicles, however, rises the possibility of cheap and flexible flight demonstrations. In this paper, we present the concept of and first steps towards an aerial experimental platform for upset recovery: EDURA. EDURA is part of the CONVEX project to investigate,develop, and demonstrate non-linear upset recovery control laws in a fixed-wing MAV.
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Torbjørn Cunis, Murat Bronz. EDURA: an Evolvable Demonstrator for Upset Recovery Approaches with a 3D-printed Launcher. IMAV 2017, 9th International Micro Air Vehicle Conference and Competition, Sep 2017, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-01587228⟩

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