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2020 XI International Conference on Electrical Power Drive Systems (ICEPDS)
2020), 'Performance comparison between copper and aluminium windings in a rim driven fan for a small unmanned aircraft application'. Abstract-Rim Driven Fans (RDFs) are receiving increased attention amongst zero-emission aerospace technologists as they offer the potential for high Fan Pressure Ratios (FPR) to be efficiently generated and fan flow to be maximised compared with conventional (hub driven) electrical axial-flow fans. In other words; RDFs can provide higher thrust performance anddoi:10.1109/icepds47235.2020.9249076 fatcat:qgey5rd5v5faridccsdzz3vbve