Airbus Steps Up Liquid Hydrogen Tank Development Effort – Aviation Week, Jan.
Airbus is establishing a development center in Stade, Germany, for its future zero-emission aircraft that is oriented around composite materials for hydrogen systems, including liquid hydrogen tanks, Aviation Week reports. The company is developing a zero-emission aircraft using liquid hydrogen instead of conventional fuel to enter into service by 2035. The Stade development center will focus on cost-effective lightweight hydrogen systems, expanding on the company’s other development centers focusing on metallic tanks.
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