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PROJECT TITLE: Research project on the Development of an Original Fuel Cell Technology Dedicated to Long-Distance Outer Space Manned Missions — FCtoOutSpace

Coordinator: ET Innovative Solutions ltd. 

Partners: University of Bucharest

Period: 19 November 2012 - 18 November 2015

Project director: Prof. Dr. Eng. Eden Mamut

Project team:

Description: The aim of the project is to develop an innovative hybrid fuel cell technology dedicated to long distance manned outer space missions. The hybrid fuel cell technology shall integrate Membrane Electrode Assemblies for electrochemical decomposition of urea and charge accumulation layers. The scientific research have been conceived as fundamental and industrial research activities in order to identify the most suitable nanostructured materials and architectures for the development of high efficiency and compact electrochemical hybrid cells for future power supply and energy storage systems dedicated to spacecrafts for long distance manned missions.

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