This research studies the efficiency, functionality, and environmental impact of a PEM hydrogen fuel cell used as the power supply for the engine of and UAV, to archive this investigation we design and build a prototype of a Blimp, focusing on the stabilization of the flight vehicle due to the weight of the fuel cell and all the materials that goes with it, leveling the orientation of its x axis and y axis as it flies, we were able to archive nonlinear dynamics and a desire lift, capable of accomplishing a stable and aerodynamic flight.
Controlled by an RC receiver of 6.4 Ghz, we used and Arduino Uno circuit board for the desire input/output electronic system controllers. Our findings demonstrate motors spinning with high angular rate and a desire vertical lift for its purpose.
Simulation of such systems shows their efficiency especially in case of the using an UAV, a moving air vehicle consistency is considered among the results of its control, solving and recognizing the statement of efficiency of fuel cells in the industry and commercial production.
The Frontiers of Science Institute (FSI) is a summer program that we participated in. FSI's primary goal is to provide students with authentic, engaging experiences to stimulate their knowledge, skills, and interest in STEM subjects. Additionally, FSI students are challenged to build their self-confidence and ability and to initiate their future academic and professional planning. Students benefit from experiences where they step outside their comfort zones, realize important societal roles they can fill, and pursue their most ambitious goals.