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TEI'Yİ SOSYAL MEDYADA<BR>TAKİP EDİN
ARAMAK İSTEDİĞİNİZ<BR>KELİMEYİ YAZINIZ
LÜTFEN WEB SİTESİNİN<BR>DİLİNİ SEÇİNİZ
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OPERATIVE UAV ENGINE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT

The project, which is signed between TEI and Undersecretariat for Defense Industries (UDI) on December 27, 2012, contains developing a turbodiesel aviation engine with domestic facilities which has superior technical specifications, in accordance with the needs of MALE class unmanned air vehicles.

 

With the project, which is planned to be completed in 2018, Turkey will have an overqualified  national turbodiesel engine which can be used for MALE Class UAVs. The project is in the stage of protoype manufacaturing while the detail design studies continue along with certification processes

 

Airworthiness Certification based on EASA CS-E and Design Organization Capability Approval based on EASA Part 21 will be obtained for the Operative UAV Engine under development, which will be a first in Turkey.

 

Advantages of the Operative UAV Engine in comparison with the current MALE Class UAV Engines are listed below:

 

  • More Power,  Higher Power/Weight Ratio
  • Higher Power Capability at High Altitude
  • Less Fuel Consumption
  • More Compact Design
  • Airworthiness Certification Compatible Civil Aviation Standarts and Military Standards
  • Indigenous Engine Control System Software and Hardware (Open code, upgradeable)
  • Fast Technic and Logistic Support
  • Need-Based Power-boost potential

 

Technical specfications of the Operative UAV Engine:

Maximum Continuous Power: 
 :
170HP
 
Weight:
:
170 kg 
 
Specific Fuel Consumption
:
<210 gr/kWh 
 
Electricity Power Generation Capacity:
:
9 kW (2 x 4.5kW)
 
Critical Altitude
:
20.000 ft
 
Maximum Altitude
:
30.000 ft
 
Propeller Rotation Control
:
Variable pitch , Single lever control, hydromechanics
 
Gear Case
:
Impeller configuration
 
Engine Control
:
Redundant Electronic Engine Control System (FADEC)
 
Engine Control Software
:
Indigenous DO178-C DAL-C compatible
 
EGÜS Control Software:
:
Indigenous DO178-C DAL-C compatible
 
Fuel 
:
JP8, Jet A1, Diesel
 
Aircraft Interface 
:
Mechanical, Electronic and Signal interface compatible with MALE Class UAV