Israel Aerospace Industries has patented an aerodynamic arrangement for internal cooling systems of flying platforms. By using airfoil-shaped bodies near air ports, the system creates pressure differentials to facilitate airflow through the cooling system. GlobalData’s report on Israel Aerospace Industries gives a 360-degree view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.

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According to GlobalData’s company profile on Israel Aerospace Industries, Remote-controlled drones was a key innovation area identified from patents. Israel Aerospace Industries's grant share as of January 2024 was 36%. Grant share is based on the ratio of number of grants to total number of patents.

Aerodynamic arrangement for air pressure coefficient control in flying platform

Source: United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Credit: Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd

The granted patent (Publication Number: US11884415B2) discloses an aerodynamic arrangement designed to provide a required air pressure coefficient at the location of air ports within the internal cooling system of a flying platform. The arrangement includes airfoil-shaped bodies strategically placed near the air ports to create negative and positive pressure coefficients, generating an air pressure gradient within the cooling system. By orienting the airfoil-shaped bodies at suitable angles of attack to the oncoming air flow, the system allows for efficient airflow through the internal cooling system via the air inlet and outlet ports.

Furthermore, the patent details various configurations and features of the aerodynamic arrangement, such as cambered airfoil-shaped bodies with convex sides to generate negative pressure coefficients, the use of air scoops mounted over the air ports to enhance airflow, and the inclusion of air ducts within the airfoil-shaped bodies for improved air passage. Additionally, the patent describes methods for implementing the aerodynamic arrangement, emphasizing the importance of maintaining a balance between aerodynamic forces generated by the system and the overall motion of the flying platform. Overall, the patented technology aims to optimize the cooling system of flying platforms by utilizing aerodynamic principles to enhance airflow efficiency and performance.

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