Drone Test Stands for Motor & Propeller Testing, Wind Generators for Free-Flight & Drone Resistance Tests

The Best Coaxial Rotor Design for UAVs

Feature Article by Tyto Robotics

Tyto Robotics has completed a study comparing the effect of inter-rotor distance, propeller size and relative propeller speed on total thrust and torque generated as well as propeller and propulsion system efficiency. 

Read the full study on the Tyto Robotics website> 

The article covers:

  • How propeller speed and rotor separation affect thrust and torque generation
  • Impact of front propeller size on thrust and torque generation
  • Propeller efficiency 

The coaxial testing set-upThe company used two Flight Stand 50 test stands for the tests, which measure up to 50 kgf of thrust and 30 Nm of torque, as well as RPM, voltage, current, mechanical power, electrical power, propeller efficiency, motor efficiency, and overall propulsion system efficiency. To find out more, visit the Tyto Robotics website> 

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