Unmanned aerial vehicles occupy a very important place today. In the study, the application of zero number fixed-wing unmanned aerial vehicles was made. The formation and configurations of the mechanical properties of the structures such as wing, tail, body, and mission mechanism of the number zero unmanned aerial vehicle are emphasized. While producing the zero number fixed-wing unmanned aerial vehicle, a tapered wing configuration was used. At the same time, the tail structure convectional tail was selected. These structures were preferred for the convenience of aerodynamics and stabilization. For the wing-body combination, a wing that can be attached to the middle was chosen. During the elections, the errors that may occur were minimized by selecting this structure in order to access the electronic structure and to correct the errors that may occur in the design. The hulls and mission mechanisms of the number zero unmanned aerial vehicle were used according to their intended use. Materials that can be used in the construction of mission mechanisms were mentioned and structures that could be useful in production and low weight were selected. in this study, the use of 3D printers was deemed appropriate for the structure of the task mechanism. EPP foam was deemed suitable for the construction of the unmanned aerial vehicle. The differences between EPP foam and balsa wood were mentioned and the choice of raw material was made according to these factors. As a result of the work, the most smooth aerodynamic and highly stabilized wing-tail configuration was obtained. The configurations of this tail-wing and wing's placement on the body were listed in order of weight and importance, and a table was created in that way. In the study, a few tasks that the number zero fixed-wing unmanned aerial vehicle can do was mentioned. The results of this table created gave the configurations that we will use in our study. Results data were obtained by comparing the obtained values.
Anahtar Kelimeler: Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), Fixed-Wing, Autonomous zero number, Mechanical structures, Configuration analysis. *