Green hydrogen is an important and above all clean raw material of the future. Hydrogen plays out its advantages when batteries do not meet the technical requirements, for example because they are too heavy. Industrial applications, processes for the production of synthetic fuels and drive systems for heavy vehicles as well as aircraft will be dependent on hydrogen in the future. Develop and research the practical and economic production and use of hydrogen. We help you to implement your ideas quickly and easily.
|Faculty of Engineering
|Head of Hydrogen Technology
|Prof. Dr. Jörg Kapischke
Prof. Dr. Jörg Kapischke
M.Sc. Johannes Fichtner
M.Sc., Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Nicola Kimiaie
B.Eng. Jan Ninow
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Dieter Jarosch
Anion exchange membranes make it possible to use much cheaper materials in electrolysers. Inexpensive hydrogen production solutions can be realised on the basis of this technology. With the help of electrochemical measuring cells, characterisations of innovative membrane-electrode units are carried out.
The autonomous, frequency-controlled power supply system based on solar hydrogen is used to test, analyse and demonstrate the operating characteristics of the latest hydrogen systems and the interaction of different system components.
The research project involves the development of an innovative gas control valve. The device is to automatically determine the fuel gas quality and, based on this, optimise the engine control with regard to efficiency and emissions.
2. Use of hydrogen in gas engines to reduce emissions
The research project focuses on the behaviour of mixed gases from hydrogen and methane or biogas with regard to their combustion properties. Modifications are carried out in the gas engine plant to achieve high efficiencies and low emissions.
1. Hexacopter with PEM fuel cell propulsion system
This project demonstrates the increase in flight duration of small unmanned aerial vehicles with battery hybridised fuel cell propulsion.
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