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AS 220 Week 2 Notes

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AS 220 Week 2 Notes AS 220

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Unmanned Aerial Systems
Professor Wren
Class Notes
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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Thomas Notetaker on Tuesday March 15, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to AS 220 at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Prescott taught by Professor Wren in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 16 views. For similar materials see Unmanned Aerial Systems in Aerospace Engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Prescott.


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Date Created: 03/15/16
1/26/16 notes NOVA Film Rise of the Drones Manned vs unmanned:  If plane is shot down, pilot can get captured if it is manned Large vs small:  depends on the necessary payload needed for the mission line of sight vs data link:  line of sight is way cheaper modern day UAS  balloon  eddy’s surveillance kite  sperry aerial torpedo  kettering “bug”  queen bee  OQ-1  TD-1 Project Fox  The Mistel  V-1  BQ-7  Ryan AQM-34 Firebee  Lockheed D-21  Gyrodine Dash  Ryan SPA147  Boeing YQM-94 A Finishing the rest in the next class 1/28/2016 Continuation from last week:  Lockheed Martin MQM-105 Aquila  IAI Scout  Helios  Leading Systems AMBER  Lockheed Martin Dark Star  AAI Aerosonde  IAI Hunter  Northrup Grumman Global Hawk Program Costs:  F-22 : $66.7 billion  Global Hawk: $125 Million o High-altitude, long-endurance ISR o 7,600lbs of thrust o 131ft wingspan o More than 34hrs of endurance o 60,000ft ceiling o No armament o 33 units active  RQ-8C Fire Scout: $12.5 Million o Vertical take-off and landing (helicopter) o 17,000 ft altitude  X-47B UCAS: $813 Million o 40,000ft ceiling o 14hrs of endurance o 62.1ft wingspan o Short take off and landing o Weighs 44,000lbs o High Subsonic Speed o 2 weapon bays  MQ-1 Predator: $4 Million o 25,000ft ceiling o 730km range o 120kts speed o 48ft wingspan o 2550 maximum take off weight o Turbocharged piston engine o 80kts cruise speed o 150 units active o Uses two laser guided AGM-114 Hellfire missiles o 55ft wingspan o 115hp thrust o


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