• FLHYSAFE

    FUEL CELL HYDROGEN SYSTEM FOR AIRCRAFT
    EMERGENCY OPERATION

THE FLHYSAFE PROJECT

FLHYSAFE (Fuel celL HYdrogen System for AircraFt Emergency
Operation) is a collaborative research project awarded 5,1 Million
Euro funding from the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking
under the European Horizon 2020 framework programme for
Research and Innovation.

THE FLHYSAFE PROJECT

FLHYSAFE (Fuel celL HYdrogen System for AircraFt Emergency Operation) is a collaborative research project awarded 5,1 Million Euro funding from the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking under the European Horizon 2020 framework programme for Research and Innovation.

FLHYSAFE’S OVERALL OBJECTIVE

Started in January 2018 and lasting 3 years, FLHYSAFE‘s overall
objective is to demonstrate that the current Ram Air Turbine of a
commercial aircraft can be replaced by a fuel cell based modular
system able to increase functionality and safety while reducing costs.
The project will also demonstrate that such fuel cell based modular
system can be integrated into current aircraft design and comply with
mass and volume requirements and maintenance constraints.

FLHYSAFE’S OVERALL OBJECTIVE

Started in January 2018 and lasting 3 years, FLHYSAFE‘s overall objective is to demonstrate that the current Ram Air Turbine of a commercial aircraft can be replaced by a fuel cell based modular system able to increase functionality and safety while reducing costs.
The project will also demonstrate that such fuel cell based modular system can be integrated into current aircraft design and comply with mass and volume requirements and maintenance constraints.

FLHYSAFE CONSORTIUM

FLHYSAFE is coordinated by Safran Power Units (Guillaume ALBOUZE) and
brings together a multidisciplinary team with complementary expertise
of leading experts and key stakeholders covering the necessary
disciplines of fuel cell technology, battery development, end-user
application providers, testing and system integration. The FLHYSAFE
consortium is made of 7 organisations from 3 European countries which
include France (Safran Power Units, Zodiac Aerotechnics/Safran, CEA,
ARTTIC), Germany (DLR, University of Ulm), and Spain (INTA).

FLHYSAFE CONSORTIUM

FLHYSAFE is coordinated by Safran Power Units (Denis REAL) and brings together a multidisciplinary team with complementary expertise of leading experts and key stakeholders covering the necessary disciplines of fuel cell technology, battery development, end-user application providers, testing and system integration. The FLHYSAFE consortium is made of 7 organisations from 3 European countries which include France (Safran Power Units, Zodiac Aerotechnics/Safran, CEA, ARTTIC), Germany (DLR, University of Ulm), and Spain (INTA).