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Project update, first assemby.
Exciting times in sight!
Why the strings and not just solid struts??
-Weight, every gram counts in a electric VTOL vehicle. The loads when landing are much less as well since the central structure doesn’t need to support the weight of the propulsion rings. (4x10kg) Also; many kevlar ropes distribute the load better than a few stiff struts. No negative G:s present.
Great progress but you don’t have enough redundancy….
if a cell fails in a pack and that pack burns up or fails for what ever reason you lose a whole arm/ring of motors, you won’t keep that thing in the air with only 3 of the arms functioning, you need to configure it so 1 pack, receiver, flight controller operates 1 quarter of each arm equally! that way if a battery pack fails/burns out you will have full control of each arm/ring/ corner, all you will lose is 1 quarter of power of each arm, yet still have fall control to land safely, these are all hobby grade components after all, there WILL be failures and faults
-If ONE lipo fails only HALF a cluster (4 battery packs 2 in series 2 in parallel) powering ONE string of 3 or 4 motors (1/5) on ONE arm fails. So hopefully that would only be noticeable as a sudden change to sluggish flight performance.
Very interesting design. it sure looks light enough, not sure how much gross HP you will have but im sure if you start a lettuce diet now , the run time might be better (-’
-Around 40-45 shaft hp peak
Nice ! that will need to be quite efficient to lift 90KG
-Primary test shows around 7.7g/W at power settings that corresponds to the total thrust necessary for “hover”
Stupid question, how do you get in?
-One gigant leap for me -one small step for mankind!? ;-D
It’s all pretty scary stuff but trusting DJI NAZA would be my biggest issue.
It’s literally the only FC in my collection of over 20 that I would not trust.
Are you using it because of the decent baro?
-That’s depressing to hear…I Have good experience with them in ATTITUDE mode. The ease of setup and yes, the barometer-altitude hold is one other thing I really like.
They are all flashed with V2 and Im of course not using the GPS functionality, because, well, simply: that would be utterly unsafe. And also, the Naza dance would be, lets see… Awkward.
Are you skeptical even when using them in attitude mode only?
No, attitude mode with baro was always reliable regardless if v1, v2 or v1 updated to v2 – it was the only aspect that was but I can’t fault it for reliability. Models after this seem far superior regarding all other features.
It looks like your other flying machines used the NAZA with massive success so if tuning gains or stacking multiple modules isn’t an issue, it makes perfect sense.
I know i’d feel safer with an F3/F4 based FC and just self level if ‘safe’ is a word I could use but I have to say I don’t fully understand the stacking FC’s fully. I should probably go back in this series and read up…
EDIT, Ok , I get it.
I’m still nervous
Subbed, good luck!
-Thanks for the reply.
To sum the FC idea up: I have built five completely independent Quadcopters in to one airframe. So my biggest concern is how well they will co-operate without being informed on a software-level that they are not working alone…. Static testing shows promising results IF you let them come up to temperature in their own pace and then simultaneously restarted “synced ” = five separate switch turned off-on. Why? I do not know but the whole system seems to work much more like one (motors on one “arm” spinning with smaller RPM spread) after doing this maneuver. During initial testing only one FC will run the entire show for sake of simplicity while finding out correct gain settings.