Fuel cell power systems are clearly superior to combustion engines in terms of performance, economy and, not least, ecology. They are significantly more efficient in the utilization of the resources, suitable for usage with various fuels, cleaner in emissions and very quiet in operations. Therefore, are potentially great solution for replacement of internal combustion engines in marine transportation.
The EU-funded H2020 project NAUTILUS held its sixth consortium project meeting as a hybrid event, both online and in-person in Lucerne, Switzerland, on 5th July, 2022.
Matthias Metten, from German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics, will present the Evaluation of a hybrid SOFC & battery genset for cruise ship applications at EFCF 2022 conference that will be held in Lucerne in Switzerland on 5th – 8th July 2022. The conference paper was prepared together with other NAUTILUS project partners - Cem Ünlübayir from RWTH Aachen University and Stefan Diethelm from SOLIDpower SA.
Berend van Veldhuizen from Delft University of Technology (TUD) will present a part of the Nautilus project at EFCF 2022 conference that will be held in Lucerne in Switzerland on 5th – 8th July 2022.
His presentation on 6th July at Stack & System Modelling session (session B08) will focus on Comparative thermodynamic analysis of marine SOFC system for alternative fuels.