A single helicopter’s flying model in the low airspace with a parallel electrical wire network
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In this paper, we use car-following theory to propose a model with consideration of multi-telegraph poles and electrical wires to describe a single helicopter’s flying behavior in the low airspace with a parallel electrical wire network. The numerical results show that the proposed model can describe the qualitative effects of the parallel electrical wire network on the evolutions of a helicopter’s speed, safe distances for the telegraph poles and electrical wires and safe sphere. These results can help us to better understand the helicopter’s flying behavior in the low airspace with a parallel electrical wire network.
KeywordsHelicopter Dynamic model Telegraph pole Electrical wire Safe distance
This study has been supported by the State Key Basic Research Program of China (2011CB707002). The authors would like to thank the two anonymous referees for their helpful comments and valuable suggestions which have improved the paper substantially.
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