INTEGRATOR UAV (by Insitu – now part of Boeing)

Hi Guys


Does anyone have any model plans for the INTEGRATOR UAV?


Anyone have any idea what the wing sweep angle is on this airframe (?) – have looked high and low on the internet, but like most unique model design spec (other than for basic data/dimensions) Insitu Inc. don’t publish it.


Lastly - anyone want to guess what airfoil this wing uses?


Thanx guys

Patrick


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  • Moderator
    "7-10 degrees"

    I think it's 8 degree. :-)
  • T3
    As I understand most antenna optimisation involves creating directional antennas, all other things being equal.
    This in turn requires moving antenna on an UAV - what is usually very restricting during landings and requires good qualisty stabilised gimbal.
    it is much more easy to optimise ground station antenna, which is done by many communities with tracking antennas. not sure how you can do antenna research without having relatively large UAV at first. The learning curve to get one is so steep that usually you don't do such research without serious funding...
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  • T3
    I think for learning pure rc EasyGlider has slowest flight, lowest wing loading and intuitive aileron action.
    However has much less durable puller prop configuration, and is not evolving at all for cargo plane, not even UAV.

    The only downside of EasyStar for learning is that it is louder and noisier, thus discouraging a few first-time flyers to takeoff on full throttle, because it is intimidating.
    It is has also a few km/h faster stall speed than easyglider (some 35km/h vs 31km/h, but add 5km/h to both numbers when loaded with extra 200g equipment).
  • Moderator
    Is it this one?

    101130-32_cots0912sf_lead2_large.jpg

  • Maybe a few degrees, looks almost straight...
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