GKN Ground-Tests Liquid-Hydrogen Fuel System

H2gear trio

Safe Flight is a precursor to H2Gear, for which GKN has studied 19-, 48- and 96-seat regional airliners with hydrogen-electric propulsion.

Credit: GKN Aerospace
GKN Aerospace has delivered a ground-based demonstrator of a liquid-hydrogen (LH2) fuel system under a UK-funded research project to investigate the feasibility of using the cryogenic fuel to extend the flight endurance of a search-and-rescue uncrewed aircraft system (UAS). The demonstrator was...

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