I'm looking for information on electric motors for lifting just the same way helicopters are. I'm probably looking more into a Chinook style. My main goal right now is to see what electric motor keep 100 lbs in the air.
As this is a site for electronics, and not aerodynamics, you would most likely need to figure out how much power it would take to lift your aircraft, then ask us to help select a motor. I doubt anyone here can specify the motor parameters for an unspecified aircraft.
I'm on several different forums at the moment but I'm really just shooting a net in the water and looking to see what I get lol. I know what I'm thinking will cost alot and trial and error but ducked flight is something that always caught my attention. But I was hoping to get 100 lbs of lift from each rotor. Like a quadricopter. I haven't dug into what electronics are needed to power the motors yet but I know every bit of this won't be easy or cheap. And what I'm wanting from this is it needs to be capable of lifting a full grown man say 170-200 lbs in the air plus structurel frame and electronics on board. Not fly but able to hover is all.
Those look neat! But I'm looking for a less of a catistroffic failure for when I do fail. Failure is learning where you overlooked. Iv given edf a looking into and I find a lot of mixed reviews about them