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Monday, 3 August 2015

Manned Electric Aircraft 2013-2023: Trends, Projects, Forecasts

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Electric aircraft serve the need for reduced noise, air and ground pollution and reduced global warming. They provide freedom from foreign sources of oil. They make new things possible such as helicopters that can carry out a controlled landing after engineering failures thanks to electric backup and leisure aircraft getting all their "fuel" from solar cells on the hanger. They expand the market for aircraft, while modernising the industry and opening up applications for many new electrical components and systems, including structural components, printed electronics and smart skin. 

Electrically driven aircraft are arriving from the bottom up in the form of hang gliders and sailplanes and from the top down in the form of large hybrid helicopters and airliners that have electric nosewheels making them electric vehicles when on the ground. Near-silent take-off and landing of feeder aircraft is being considered and small aircraft that get airborne thanks to wheel motors and the personal aircraft in your garden will be possible. The technologies are changing radically with supercapacitors potentially replacing or partly replacing batteries, plus new power components, motors, a wide variety of range extenders including fuel cells and multiple energy harvesting - all explained in this unique report, which also looks closely at issues such as safety.

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It is too early for detailed forecasts of this new industry but the report gives some numbers and many milestones over the coming decade including company profiles and intentions from interviews and recent conference presentations.

Over 45 organisations are covered in this 250 page report. 

Necessarily the coverage is global, with interesting new aircraft from Norway, Slovenia and many other countries examined together with potentially key components from Estonia to Japan and the USA.

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1.1. Introduction to electric aircraft

1.1.1. Examples of commercially available light aircraft and hang gliders

1.2. All EV components will radically change

1.2.1. Traction motors

1.2.2. Power circuitry

1.2.3. Range extenders

1.2.4. Fuel cells are also range extenders

1.2.5. Energy harvesting, wingtip vortex turbines

1.2.6. Traction batteries

1.2.7. Supercapacitors

1.2.8. Energy storage comparisons

1.2.9. Parts merge, structured components, smart skin

1.2.10. Electric helicopters enabled

1.2.11. Europe often in the lead

1.3. Need for more benchmarking

1.4. Market projections 2013-2023

1.5. Progress in 2013

1.6. US success in 2013

1.7. 7th Annual CAFE Electric Aircraft Symposium: Day 1

1.7.1. VTOL, hybrids and energy harvesting come center stage

1.7.2. Carbon fiber gets easier

1.7.3. Lithium-ion batteries need care

1.7.4. Disquiet about the Boeing Dreamliner

1.7.5. Way out energy sources

1.7.6. Graphene

1.7.7. Thin film photovoltaic but not yet

1.8. 7th Annual CAFE Electric Aircraft Symposium: Day 2

1.9. Latest view from Europe

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2.1. Definitions and scope

2.2. Needs

2.3. Encouragement

2.4. Impediments

2.5. Benchmarking best practice with land and seagoing EVs

2.6. Standards and rules

2.7. Airport EVs show the way

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