A Methodology for Rapid Evaluation and Sizing of Fuel Cell System Architectures for Commercial Aircraft 2011-01-2646
This paper presents a methodology to develop, optimize and evaluate fuel cell system architectures. The main focus is placed on the sizing and optimization process which uses the simulation tool Matlab/Simscape. A model library is introduced which contains parametric behavior models. The benefit of this is that the size of the components is not fixed by the parameters. The size of the components is driven by the energy and mass flows of each component. Thus the implicit sizing and optimization process is easy to handle and numerically robust. Illustrative results are shown for a fuel cell system.
Citation: Lüdders, H., Grymlas, J., Vredenborg, E., and Thielecke, F., "A Methodology for Rapid Evaluation and Sizing of Fuel Cell System Architectures for Commercial Aircraft," SAE Int. J. Aerosp. 4(2):1084-1096, 2011, https://doi.org/10.4271/2011-01-2646. Download Citation
Hauke Peer Lüdders, Jan Grymlas, Enno Vredenborg, Frank Thielecke
Hamburg University of Technology
Aerospace Technology Conference and Exposition
SAE International Journal of Aerospace-V120-1, SAE International Journal of Aerospace-V120-1EJ