This video is adapted from 10.3390/drones6040088
This video presents an investigation of the fluid–structure interaction (FSI) effects on the stability of a quadrotor attached to a flexible hose conveying and ejecting pressurised fluid from an onboard nozzle. In this video, an analytical solution is derived to obtain the time and spatial responses of the free end, which could affect the quadrotor’s stability. First, the flow-induced force model was simulated at the hose plane to find out the contributing disturbances prior to the physical connection with the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). Thereafter, the flow-induced forces were introduced to the UAV dynamics model as disturbances to study the FSI response during flight. Physical experiments were conducted to compare the analytical responses of the UAV prior to and during ejection. The original article can be found in the reference list . This article stands as the first part of an extended research on the fluid-force estimation  and control on a tethered aerial craft platform.