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Certification Criteria and Safety Assessment for High Altitude Long Endurance Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
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 Title & Authors
Certification Criteria and Safety Assessment for High Altitude Long Endurance Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
Ko, Joon Soo; Kim, Kyungmok;
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 Abstract
Multi disciplinary approach for aerodynamics, structure, propulsion, and flight control system is necessary to develop High Altitude Long Endurance Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (HALE UAV). Various HALE UAV development trends are surveyed to understand their operational requirements. Separating the UAV Take Off Weight by 150kg, Airworthiness implementation direction for HALE UAV is studied under the current Airworthiness regulations. NATO STANAG 4671 and STANAG 4703 Airworthiness certification criteria are analyzed, and their applicability was proposed for future HALE UAV development. In addition, minimization of the risk for UAV is studied by considering probability of cumulative catastrophic failure for HALE UAV. This Hazard Risk Index can support the future UAV Airworthiness Certification Criteria.
 Keywords
High Altitude Long Endurance;Unmanned Aerial Vehicle;Airworthiness;Certification Criteria;
 Language
Korean
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