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Diverting horizontal airflow
This is my first post here so pardon me if this post is not in the right place.
The subject of horizontal airflow for quadcopters has been on my mind for some time now.
I searched Google but could not get a satisfying answer. I searched this forum but could not find any topic dealing directly with it.
As I was working with an experimental two motor copter with counter rotating props, I had the problem of having the copter falling on its side. It turned out that the horizontal airflow was the culprit.
So as I studied the airflow around a standard quadcopter I thought of redirecting the horizontal airflow exiting from the two sides downwards to get more lift.
So my question to you guys has any body done some work on this ?
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