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Old Nov 05, 2012, 10:03 AM
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hybrid multirotors&planes


hello friends!!! just imagine why cant we power a multirotor or a rc plane in hybrid electric concept??? with combination with uav system we can make a long range uav!!
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Old Nov 05, 2012, 10:17 AM
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hello friends!!! just imagine why cant we power a multirotor or a rc plane in hybrid electric concept??? with combination with uav system we can make a long range uav!!
Why don't you tell us why we can't.
Old Nov 05, 2012, 11:13 AM
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don't you just love these 'low post count' users that come up with brilliant ideas without bothering to do some simple research first and think we are all stupid to spend $$ on lipos to fly just 10 minutes....

long range (depends what you mean for long range..) uav exist, simply not at a hobby level.
Hybrid ?? hmm.. have you ever held an alternator in your hand? the ones you have in your car.. they generate usually around 200W, and with a 10kg weight... that's why we aren't all flying hybrids...
The most hybrid you can go (and someone has already tried it) is to use a combustion engine to drive big props for lifting, and use small electric motors only for attitude control. In the "scratchbuilt" sub forum there is a recent post of something similar, and i'm sure i saw a video on YT several months ago of a similar machine... but i guess it just isn't worth all the hassle.
Old Nov 05, 2012, 11:36 AM
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don't you just love these 'low post count' users that come up with brilliant ideas without bothering to do some simple research first and think we are all stupid to spend $$ on lipos to fly just 10 minutes....

long range (depends what you mean for long range..) uav exist, simply not at a hobby level.
Hybrid ?? hmm.. have you ever held an alternator in your hand? the ones you have in your car.. they generate usually around 200W, and with a 10kg weight... that's why we aren't all flying hybrids...
The most hybrid you can go (and someone has already tried it) is to use a combustion engine to drive big props for lifting, and use small electric motors only for attitude control. In the "scratchbuilt" sub forum there is a recent post of something similar, and i'm sure i saw a video on YT several months ago of a similar machine... but i guess it just isn't worth all the hassle.

well see buddy!! i am not telling this concept just from my mind ok! i am a engineer in hyundai in vehicle testing and r&D! do u know what is a weight of hyundai i10 alternators weight??? roughly 3kg!!! i am not talking about a truck's alternator!!! i have seen some guys made hexacopter capable of lifting 40 kg.. i think u didnt see 3 hp or plus motors are available under 2 kg!! u dont need a 80 hp engine to power a alternator right!!!!

instead of teasing and make kidding with people who have an idea of a new concept, just try to help!! just try to find an idea!!! lot of things we see in real are sci fi once ago!! dont forgot u r not inventor of the multicopter..

if u cant help just stay away and mind ur own buissness
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Old Nov 05, 2012, 11:43 AM
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+1. Let the guy talk.

Too many negative post. Same kind of negative guys who said the telephone would not be successful.

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well see buddy!! i am not telling this concept just from my mind ok! i am a engineer in hyundai in vehicle testing and r&D! do u know what is a weight of hyundai i10 alternators weight??? roughly 3kg!!! i am not talking about a truck's alternator!!! i have seen some guys made hexacopter capable of lifting 40 kg.. i think u didnt see 3 hp or plus motors are available under 2 kg!! u dont need a 80 hp engine to power a alternator right!!!!

instead of teasing and make kidding with people who have an idea of a new concept, just try to help!! just try to find an idea!!! lot of things we see in real are sci fi once ago!! dont forgot u r not inventor of the multicopter..

if u cant help just stay away and mind ur own buissness
Old Nov 05, 2012, 11:55 AM
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+1. Let the guy talk.

Too many negative post. Same kind of negative guys who said the telephone would not be successful.
correct buddy!!!! thanks for ur positive reply!!! i ll soon share my updates here!!!


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Old Nov 05, 2012, 11:58 AM
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Good idea: yes

Cost effective: no


Solar powered???
Old Nov 05, 2012, 12:03 PM
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I say let him talk also!!!! I've often thought about a hybrid system myself. Motorcycle alternators are also small. I also think there are some very small magnetos that can be found also. And then there is the option of using a brushed motor with a small rc nitro motor turning it should in theory produce some current but not very much dont know for sure havent tried it.
Old Nov 05, 2012, 12:04 PM
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Also keep in mind that there are some new things in the works for batteries that will make them even lighter and more efficient.

Soon fossil fuels will be a thing of the past.
Old Nov 05, 2012, 12:05 PM
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For long-range and/or heavy lift, it is the inherent inefficiency of the multi-rotor (small rotor diameter) that is the limiting factor. Look into the aerodynamics of the design.
Old Nov 05, 2012, 12:15 PM
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Check these links out the second one seems to be more inline with what you are talking about

https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=230961
IAI's Bardelas VTOL UAV (2 min 56 sec)
Old Nov 05, 2012, 12:16 PM
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Well it just embedded the youtube link which is the second one lol
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Old Nov 05, 2012, 12:42 PM
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just an idea guys!! a dc motor can also be a generator right!! is it possible to reverse process a bldc as a generator??
Old Nov 05, 2012, 12:47 PM
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I think nitro engines are best for driving alternator coz they light weight nd developing good power and also a high rpm!! why cant we step down the speed by gears to create more torque!! an 80hp car alternator capable of developing its max power within 3000 rpm!! a nitro engine's max Rpm 8000 to 12000!! so we can step down right!!
Old Nov 05, 2012, 12:52 PM
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if my calculations are correct we can a hybrid unit within 6 to 8 kg or 10 kg max!! is there is no multirotors or rc planes capable of carry it!!! hobby king have 150 cc gas replacement motors which capable of developing 11 hp with 3.5 kg weight!!! what u think about this?


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