HYBRID DRIVE TRAINS FOR LIGHT AIRCRAFTS

Martin Kumm, Jens Wellhausen

Abstract


In this paper, the concept of a hybrid drive train for light aircrafts is presented. The benefits of the drive train are discussed by the particular example of the transformation of a well-known Cessna 172 to a hybrid aircraft.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17770/het2017.21.3554

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