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J. A. Mendoza-Mendoza et al.Drones to Gohttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-6788-2_2

2. Modeling

Julio Alberto Mendoza-Mendoza1  , Victor Javier Gonzalez-Villela1, Carlos Fernando Aguilar-Ibañez2 and Leonardo Fonseca-Ruiz3
Centro de Ingenieria Avanzada, Facultad de Ingenieria UNAM, Coyoacan, Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico
CIC, Instituto Politecnico Nacional, Gustavo A Madero, Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico
UPIITA, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Gustavo A Madero, Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico

This chapter focuses on the modeling of drones. You will learn about frames of reference, kinematics, dynamics, models of propulsion or allocation, and linear modeling considerations. ...

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