Hello fellow developers, I am a Chinese engineer. Recently I had a very peculiar idea of connecting the wings of multiple fixed-wing aircraft and flying them as one large wingspan aircraft. The aircraft is different from existing aircraft models. Its wings are soft, which means that the ailerons will be inefficient or even ineffective. So I’m going to use different elevators to forcibly twist the entire wing, so that the lift on the left and right sides is different, thereby deflecting the ailerons. (looks a bit like a helix). Because there are multiple elevators, their mixing ratios should be different (the same ratio can also fly, but I think different ratios will be better).
What I want to say is that although the mixing ratio can be set in the current firmware, it is not possible to set different ratios of multiple rudder surfaces at the same time, which may be added in future firmware. Similar to how INAV is set up.
Of course, as an engineer, I most hope to have a way of using formulas to set the mixing ratio required for each rudder surface.
If, at present, I have a total of 5 elevators, from left to right are E1, E2, E3, E4, E5.
E1 = elevator * 50% + aileron * 50%;
E2 = elevator * 50% + aileron * 25%;
E3 = elevator * 50%;
E4 = elevator * 50% - aileron * 25%;
E5 = elevator * 50% - aileron * 50%;
Of course, the throttle should also use differential control with different ratios to facilitate steering