Design of energy system for light aircraft of hydrogen fuel cell

Journal Title: Progress in Energy & Fuels - Year 2016, Vol 5, Issue 1


comply with the development trend of green aviation,This article takes a hydrogen fuel cell power moving light aircraft to research object,launched the aircraft's energy system program Design Research.The aircraft is a_species two light aircraft,

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Gochi YuXiongqing


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Gochi YuXiongqing (2016). Design of energy system for light aircraft of hydrogen fuel cell. Progress in Energy & Fuels, 5(1), -.