MAHEPA project is developing and flying two new hybrid electric powertrains to enable cleaner, quieter and more efficient aircraft propulsion. By adopting a modular approach to propulsion system components design, for the first time two variants of a serial hybrid-electric powertrains will be tested in flight: the first uses a fuel-driven generator to charge the batteries and power the electric motor, while the second relies on fuel cells to produce power enabling zero-emission flight. Data from flight tests will be used to model future operating scenarios of hybrid electric aviation paving the way towards greener aircraft.
modular and scalable
March 30, 2018The MAHEPA study on hybrid-electric aircraft impact on mobility and...
November 13, 2017From 9th to 10th of November 2017 the Crea©tivity conference...
November 10, 2017
The impact of hybrid electric aircraft on EU presented at Conference: “Transport and Research in the Danube Region”Within conference organized by Slovenian Ministry of infrastructure “Transport and...