Design of Separate Lift and Thrust Hybrid UAV

Puspita Triana Dewi, Ghozali Suhariyanto Hadi, Muhammad Ramadhan Kusnaedi, Aris Budiyarto, Agus Budiyono

Abstract


Hybrid UAV is a new platform of UAV which is integrating fixed wing and multirotor to get vertical takeoff and landing capability with high range and long endurance. Thus it has the benefit of both fixed wing and multirotor platform. The design methodology of hybrid UAV is resembled fixed wing aircraft with modification at some part due to augmentation of multirotor. This Hybrid UAV has been manufactured and on testing phase.

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Hybrid; UAV; VTOL; fixed-wing; multirotor

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21535%2Fjias.v2i2.697

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