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ZE-Ylinian (eFan)

2,077 Norag33  3 months ago
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The ZE-Ylinian, an electric aircraft with 6 eFan engines. It has capacity for 300 passengers and an almost unlimited autonomy. This aircraft was designed at the request of several airlines in the world to reduce the purchase of fuel because due to the crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, it has become more expensive and the expenses generated by its purchase are becoming unsustainable. The main source of energy for this plane is its powerful batteries, which it charges with solar panels installed in strategic places in the fuselage and special panels installed on the plane's windows, which allow light to pass through while generating electricity. The use of this aircraft is extremely cheaper than fuel and healthier for the environment, so much so that airlines have asked for larger models to transport more people, perhaps in the not too distant future, aircraft like this will completely replace the fuel powered planes.
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General Characteristics

  • Created On Android
  • Wingspan 181.7ft (55.4m)
  • Length 119.1ft (36.3m)
  • Height 18.6ft (5.7m)
  • Empty Weight 50,145lbs (22,745kg)
  • Loaded Weight 50,145lbs (22,745kg)

Performance

  • Wing Loading 6.1lbs/ft2 (29.9kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 8,176.9ft2 (759.7m2)
  • Drag Points 7651

Parts

  • Number of Parts 592
  • Control Surfaces 6
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    2,077 Norag33

    @Notaleopard I was a little depressed today but you cheered me up

    3 months ago
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    2,077 Norag33

    @Notaleopard Wow, thanks for all your upvotes, I'm so grateful

    3 months ago
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    @Norag33 yeah i understand, electric motors on SP are hard to understand

    3 months ago
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    2,077 Norag33

    @airlinerbuilder maybe, I was thinking about that but I haven't made up my mind yet, there are some things I still have to learn about electric motors.

    3 months ago
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    very good plane, i see you have decided to go 100% electric on your planes ;)

    3 months ago