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AEROSTATS- An Insight into the Artificial Eagle Eye in Sky
Full Text(PDF, )  PP.1049-1051  
Author(s)
Pramod Murali Mohan
KEYWORDS
—Aerostat, balloon, Co-efficient of drag, Co-efficient of friction, drag, Lighter than air, payload
ABSTRACT
This paper is intended towards giving an insight into the advent of aerostat which is an artificial eagle eye in the sky. The basic theory, components of an aerostat system, aerostat balloon, the main parameters governing in designing an aerostat and its
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