2015 SAE Aero Design East Competition

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2015 SAE Aero Design East
Competition
BATTAGLIA MARIO
FACCIO PEDRO
SALAZAR ANDRES
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Dulikravich
Problem Statement
 Design and build a remote control airplane that can
lift as much payload as possible while meeting the
restrictions given by the organizers of the event.
 Represent Florida International University in the
SAE Aero Design Series competition.
Design Objectives
 Implement numerical analysis and knowledge
acquired in the design process to solve a real-life
challenge.
 Research in several aerodynamic designs by
performing wind tunnel testing
 Analyze design alternatives based on cost and
manufacturing possibilities
 Optimized aircraft to obtain higher efficiency
Regular Class Requirements
 Maximum combined length, width, and height of 175
inches.
 Aircraft may not weight more than fifty-five pounds
with payload.
 The use if Fiber-Reinforced Plastic (FRP) is
prohibited.
 Single electrical motor configuration.
Design Evaluation
 Phase 1 - Technical Report
 Phase 2 - Technical Presentation and Inspection
Payload Loading Demonstration
Payload Unloading Demonstration
Oral Presentation
 Phase 3 - Flight Competition
Project Calendar
2015 SAE Aero Design East
Competition Timeline
Resarch
Design
Manufacture Fusilage/Wing/Tail
Assemble of Aircraft
Fly/Test
SAE Report Submision
SAE Presentation
SAE Competition
September
October
November
December
January
10 15 25 5 10 15 20 25 5 10 15 20 25 5 10 15 20 25 5 10 15 20 25
March
13-15
Responsibilities Of each member
Conceptual Design
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High Wing
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Conventional Tail
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Rectangular Wings
Wing Structure
 8 ft wingspan.
 1 inch aluminum tube
 Eppler 423 Airfoil.
Tail Structure
 Small tail due to competition parameters.
 Balsa ribs and sheeting.
Fuselage Structure
 Balsa and Light Ply.
 Nose compartment (motor and battery).
 Body compartment (competition weight).
Environmental & Economic Aspects
 Materials used are recyclable.
 No environmental impact.
 Materials are relatively inexpensive
 Manufacturing is relatively straightforward
Global Learning
 Weight carried can represent a high definition
camera, a first aid kit, food, or any small package
that needs to be delivered.
 The airplane model can be expanded to mapping or
delivery planes, and our design can be presented to
manufacturers in other countries.
 Translation of instructions, used materials, parts,
manufacturing process and units so that our design
can be employed in different areas of the world.
Standards
 System-Level Standards:
Design is complaint to SAE Aero Design East 2015
rules and regulations.
 Component-Level Standards:
Guidance provided by the SAE on component
usage is followed.