|Jan 15, 2013, 05:26 PM|
Joined Jan 2013
Custom Clutch for 80 kg Radial UAS
I am currently doing a final year aerospace engineering project at Carleton University and need some help designing a clutch for our drive system. It is a rotorcraft unmanned aerial system with a main rotor diameter of 3 meters. The engine we are using is the Moki 400 radial ~ 25 hp, idle at 600 rpm and max rpm of 3800.
For the clutch, I need it to begin to engage around 1000 rpm and am wondering if anyone has experience with the sizing and overall design. How large of a diameter should the clutch be? How thick?
Is there a commercial solution available on the market right now? I have done a lot of research and haven't found anything capable of this scale.
Any insight is appreciated!
|Jan 16, 2013, 01:03 AM|
USA, CA, Red Bluff
Joined Dec 2007
Don't really know, but the first thing that crossed my mind was a clutch from one of the larger atv's. Good luck with your project. Ed
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