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    Title: 最小功率需求下電動無人載具設計
    Other Titles: Design of electrical powered unmanned aerial vehicles with minimum power required
    Authors: 王以昕;Wang, Yi-Hsin
    Contributors: 淡江大學航空太空工程學系碩士班
    馬德明;Ma, Der-Ming
    Keywords: 無人飛行載具;最佳化設計;飛行載具設計;Electrical Powered Unmanned Aerial Vehicles;Aircraft Design
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2018-08-03 15:03:03 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 未來能源需求的發展下,設計一架低功耗的電能無人飛行載具一直是本實驗室的目標。因此本論文藉由飛行載具設計理論去探討並設計電能無人飛行載具。吾人以無人飛行載具之最低功率需求與最低總重為設計條件,去因應不同的任務需求而產生不同的性能需求做能源配置的可行性評估。透過此可行性評估選擇合適的能源而接下去完成電能無人載具的設計。最後吾人將利用MATLAB撰寫軟體,當作開發工具供實驗室未來設計無人機的評估使用。
    By energy needs in the future, how to design electrical powered unmanned aerial vehicles became the main goal for our lab. In addition, to design electrical powered unmanned aerial vehicles also became the target to this research. Energy distribution’s feasibility assessment is the first priority to adapt to the difference of missions requirements or the difference of the performance requirements. Through this feasibility assessment to choose a reasonable type of power, which is electrical powered, to accomplish the following aircraft design. After all, Matlab is used as a development tool in this research and for further research.
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