Innovating a way to produce drone engines at a 30% lower cost Innovating a way to produce drone engines at a 30% lower cost

Innovating a way to produce drone engines at a 30% lower cost


Innovating a way to produce drone engines at a 30% lower cost
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A team of Russian students from Perm National Research Technical University has devised a way to develop drone engines with 30% lower production costs.

The university's press service said that the new innovation is a small-sized jet engine equipped with software for controlling flight systems and an intelligent fuel supply device. The developers say that it is this device that reduces the cost of drone production, due to its design features.

Andrei Shirenkin, a student in the “Aircraft Engines” department at the university, explained: “This will allow to reduce the costs of production and operation of this type of engine by 30%, while maintaining fuel consumption and technical characteristics. Maintenance and repair costs will also be reduced because they will be in Russia.”

Paras equipped with this engine will be able to accelerate to 500-700 km/h and climb to an altitude of up to 8,000 metres. The developers believe that such marches will be in demand in freight transportation, agriculture and other areas.

Project manager and student in the university's aircraft engines department, Daniel Asadi Hindustani, said: "It is possible to save fuel and lubricants at the same time, as well as run the engine with propane without mixing it with oil, and these characteristics distinguish our engine from its counterparts."

It is noteworthy that the study was conducted within the framework of the “Priority 2030” program.

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