Flying on Hydrogen

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Title: Flying on Hydrogen
Abstract: Georgia Tech researchers have led the development of what is believed to be the largest unmanned aircraft to fly using a compressed hydrogen fuel cell. A 500 watt fuel cell system powers the aircraft, which has a 22-foot wingspan, pushing the limits of durability, robustness and efficiency.
Type: Fact Sheet
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/20622
Date: 2007-05
Contributor: Georgia Tech Research Institute
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: Georgia Tech ePublications
Aviation
Hydrogen fuel cells

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