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Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology 2005;8(1):49-55.
20cc-Class Reciprocating Engine Development for a Small Reconnaissance UAVs
Sung-Ho Chang, Sam-Ok Koo, Young-Gi Shin, Sung-Nam Kim, Yoo-Won Kang, Yeu-Il Yun, Jin-Soo Kim
1Korea Aerospace Research Institute
2Sejong Univ.
3SungWoo Eng.
4Dooyangsystem
정찰 소형무인기용 20cc급 왕복엔진 개조 개발
장성호, 구삼옥, 신영기, 김성남, 강유원, 윤여일, 김진수
1한국항공우주연구원
2세종대학교
3성우엔지니어링
4두양시스템스
Abstract
Due to small and light mission payloads, subsystems and propulsion system, small sized UAVs come to be available for reconnaissance that have been performed by aircraft and huge UAVs. The objective of this study is to develop an efficient propulsion system for small reconnaissance UAVs. A glow engine was modified for an efficient and robust 4-stroke gasoline engine with carburetor, new electronic control unit and lubrication system. Engine modification technique and small engine performance test stand are capable of economical method for military UAVs.


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