Fluidic Propulsion Evaluated For UAS, UAM

With no moving parts, fluidic propulsors could be used to blow the upper surface of a wing and generate lift.
Credit: Jetoptera
Startup Jetoptera is to compare the noise generated by its fluidic propulsion technology with that produced by conventional propulsors used on unmanned and mobility air vehicles under a contract from the U.S. Air Force. Under a second small business technology transfer contract from the Air Force...

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