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“Red Bird Collaborative” Fighter Design

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DOI: 10.23977/jemm.2021.060108 | Downloads: 12 | Views: 141


Minghao Chen 1, Wenhao Huang 1


1 Aircraft Engineering College, Nanchang HangKong University, Nanchang, Jiangxi, 30000

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Minghao Chen


The main purpose of this project is to design an unmanned aerial vehicle that can cooperate with the main engine in the future. The unmanned aerial vehicle must have the following physical characteristics: detectable, cooperative flight, super maneuverability and other general characteristics [1]. The design of the aircraft mainly highlights the future. The characteristics of high-precision strikes against enemy aircraft in warfare. The performance of UAVs is optimized and innovatively designed. The aircraft mainly relies on the transmission sensor on the head to accelerate and hover around the enemy aircraft in a short period of time to seize the initiative in air combat [2]. Right to protect the host and destroy the enemy aircraft. In the future, this type of fighter will become Universal design direction.


detectable, cooperative flight, super maneuverability


Minghao Chen, Wenhao Huang. “Red Bird Collaborative” Fighter Design. Journal of Engineering Mechanics and Machinery (2021) Vol. 6: 70-74. DOI:


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