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The Future of Helicopters - How a hybrid power system could reduce crashes by up to 35%

Pascal Chretien, Electrical/Aerospace Engineer
SYNPER 3
Singapore
 
 
This presentation was given at Electric Vehicles Land, Sea & Air USA 2012 on Mar 27, 2012.
 

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Presentation Summary

  • Engine failure and internal/mechanical failures are responsible for over 40% of helicopter crashes.
  • With a hybrid power system back-up power is stored in the battery.
  • This would offer 3-4 minutes of battery-powered flight if the petrol engine failed, enough to land the craft safely and help reduce up to 35% of crashes.

Speaker Biography (Pascal Chretien)

Pascal Chretien, Pioneer Aerospace Engineer and Helicopter Pilot took to the air in the world's first untethered, fully electric manned helicopter flight in a prototype machine. In his 2 minutes & 10 seconds test flight, Chretien beat aviation giant Sikorsky into the record books.

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