ZeroAvia Tests Successful Hydrogen-Fuelled Plane in Major Step Towards Low-Carbon Aviation
ZeroAvia examined its new 19-seat hydrogen-fuelled aircraft. The future of low-carbon aviation got a huge rise when ZeroAvia finished a 10-minute test flight with hydrogen fuel cells.
February 02, 2023. By News Bureau
The involved members who participated in the conduct are Chinese scientists who upgrade new technologythat fostersbubble removal in electrolyzers, and Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology researchers found out that the most effective hydrogen generation systems are made up of waste heat.
The modified Dornier 228’s propulsion system was basically hybrid, a combination of hydrogen fuel cells and batteries, which powered the plane’s left engine. The aircraft is part of the company’s HyFlyer II project. The seats were taken out for the fuel-cell propulsion system and storage tanks.
ZeroAvia is also producing a two to five-megawatt variant of the propulsion system for bigger aircraftcarrying 90 passengerswith a range of 700 miles.
Val Miftakhov, Founder and CEO of Zero Avia said ZeroAvia has got more than 1,500 pre-orders for hydrogen fuel-cell systems. The company has conducted test flights for several years, with different grades of success.
Hydrogen fuel cells could constitute a low-carbon-emission a track to sustainable aviation.Power is created by the conversion of the chemical energy of hydrogen to mechanical energy.
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