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Propulsion performance investigation of bio-inspired nano rotor base on fluid–structure interaction
International Journal of Micro Air Vehicles ( IF 1.521 ) Pub Date : 2020-02-03 , DOI: 10.1177/1756829319900886
Shanyong Zhao; Zhen Liu; Penglei Che; Bingfei Li; Tianjiao Dang; Chen Bu

Rotary-wing nano air vehicle (NAV) is a kind of small unmanned air vehicle powered with one or several rotors. NAV which has a maximum size of 7.5 cm and a minimum payload of 2 g is able to enter buildings, penetrate narrow entries, and transmit data without being detected at a low speed.1–3 The nano rotor operating at a Reynolds number of lower than 20,000 is the main propulsion component of the rotary-wing NAV. At such a low Reynolds number, the aerodynamic performance of the nano rotor degrades and the figure of merit (FM) of the nano rotor drops as a result.4 Liu et al.5 measure the hovering performance of the propeller U-80 with diameter of 8 cm. Results show that the FM of the propeller is about 0.45 which is far lower than that of the full-scale helicopter. Therefore, how to improve the propulsion performance of the nano rotor is an important issue for the NAV design. However, the traditional method using the steady aerodynamic theory to optimize the propeller can only improve the propulsion performance in a limited manner.
更新日期:2020-04-18

 

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