I forget the motors Kv, But max speed is 6000 RPM and max power somewhere around 3300 RPM.mauimart wrote:Great project--can't wait to see it flying. What's the kV of that motor and what is the gear reduction? What size prop are you planning on spinning?
I am going to be embarking on a similar project with high school students. Starting in September we will be fabricating the EMG-6 (https://electricmotorglider.com/) with electric drive. Have not decided on the motor/prop as of yet but would like to do direct drive (no reduction). Here is another UL that used the Zero motor (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eYIfGGk2yg&t=204s).
Best of luck to you.
The pack is 29Ah per cell with 4 in paralell for a roughly 12kwhr pack. Pack weight will be right at 67KGsmauimart wrote:Can you clarify the battery pack? Is it 29Ah total or 4 x 29Ah? The latter would make a 12kWh pack. And what is the anticipated weight of battery?
I was thinking the same thing. It could carry a nice payload.liveforphysics wrote: That bird with a couple linear actuators on the stick would make a fine 1:1 RC model.
That Storch is a special kind of ugly, but a fairly good performer!spinningmagnets wrote:This is an awesome project, I look forward to the results.
I am reminded of the 1937 Fi-156 Fieseler Storch (Stork)
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