People have been looking for alternative ways to power drones for a long time. This paper described a conceptual design of a possible new capacitor design. The paper lists what elements would describe a perfectly balanced power system used in surveillance and reconnaissance systems for an airship. Initially, it was decided not to consider the technology currently used to power airships. A new capacitor design capable of storing a certain amount of energy without taking up space that could be used for equipment was described. The work performed calculations and compared the results with already possible and existing capacitor designs. This idea gave satisfactory results. After analyzing the results, it became clear that this technology would find a better application in airships of a larger size than the one considered in the following study to maximize the stored energy.

Conceptual Design of the Emergency Energy Supply System for a New Generation of Airships

Adorni E.;Rozhok A.;Revetria R.;
2022-01-01

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People have been looking for alternative ways to power drones for a long time. This paper described a conceptual design of a possible new capacitor design. The paper lists what elements would describe a perfectly balanced power system used in surveillance and reconnaissance systems for an airship. Initially, it was decided not to consider the technology currently used to power airships. A new capacitor design capable of storing a certain amount of energy without taking up space that could be used for equipment was described. The work performed calculations and compared the results with already possible and existing capacitor designs. This idea gave satisfactory results. After analyzing the results, it became clear that this technology would find a better application in airships of a larger size than the one considered in the following study to maximize the stored energy.
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