The use of hydrogen as an energy source is an attractive option for further reducing CO2 emissions in the transportation sector and on the way to "near-zero pollutant emissions". Beside the use of hydrogen in the fuel cell, the spark ignited combustion of H2 is another cost-efficient way of using CO2-neutral fuels flexibly and sustainably in private transport. Thus, late research activities aim on the development of appropriate combustion engine concepts that will allow for a fast market introduction. The project aims the fundamental investigation of the thermodynamic potential of a monovalent H2 gasoline engine with direct injection and exhaust gas turbocharging and the identification of the best exhaust aftertreatment concepts for mobile applications.
|Effective start/end date||1/10/21 → 30/06/24|
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