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Britting, Thomas (author)
Liquid hydrogen has been identified as a low-emission alternative to hydrocarbon fuel sources for aircraft. Although there has been a notable increase in the number of studies and technology readiness of liquid hydrogen technologies in the recent decade, there is still more research and development necessary to realize commercially viable...
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Patidar, Avani (author)
The aviation industry's shift towards sustainable propulsion, notably hydrogen-electric propulsion (HEPS), underscores the need to grasp its effects on flight procedures and pilot duties. This research aims to develop a HEPS engine powertrain model for evaluating its influence on flight procedures, especially during critical phases like go...
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Swart, Mik (author)
Climate change is a pressing issue. Hydrogen aircraft are an excellent alternative to current kerosene aircraft, and appear to be the most viable long-term solution for net-zero flight. One of the main challenges for hydrogen aircraft is to sustain a low boil-off rate. This research explores the solution of active cooling of the LH2 mixture in...
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Knevels, Tuur (author)
In the scope of global decarbonisation, hydrogen has been identified as an essential energy carrier. Not only as an energy storage solution for further electrification in vehicles but also as a primary fuel source in processes that rely on chemical energy which cannot be easily electrified. However, at ambient conditions, hydrogen is also a very...
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Truzman Ohayon, Ilan (author)
The study delves into integrating green hydrogen technologies into the Iberian Peninsula's energy transition toward 2030, focusing on impacts and uncertainties. Both Spain and Portugal have national plans aiming to decarbonize critical sectors using renewable energies and green hydrogen.<br/><br/>The research investigates hydrogen's role in...
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Nolte, Tobias (author)
Offshore Floating Wind Energy (OFWE) presents a promising yet underdeveloped sector due to its higher costs and engineering complexities compared to fixed-bottom systems. Unlike fixed-bottom systems, OFWE isn't restricted by water depth, offering over four times more ocean area for deployment. This flexibility allows for positioning wind farms...
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Oom Ortiz de Montellano, Tomás (author)
Growing concerns about the environmental impact of aviation have sparked interest in hydrogen aircraft as a greener alternative. Hydrogen can be used to power existing turbofan engines or electrical motors via a fuel cell, eliminating carbon emissions not only during flight, but also during production, provided renewable energy sources are used....
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van Zwieten, Jan-Willem (author)
Challenges of supplier engagement in early stage technology development in the context of hydrogen propulsion equipment development for aircraft are uncovered. The challenges are viewed from the perspective of the engineering team members within the Liquid Hydrogen storage and distribution department in Airbus’ ZEROe project. A qualitative...
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Gijzen, Loek (author)
As an alternative to kerosene (Jet-A1), green hydrogen is considered a potential solution to reduce the environmental impact of the medium-range aviation industry. While the technical feasibility of liquid hydrogen (LH2)-powered aircraft is already being researched and demonstrated, the required infrastructure, as well as its impact on the...
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Esmeijer, Marja (author)
The Netherlands aims to have a carbon-neutral energy system by 2050. Hydrogen is seen as an important energy carrier that can contribute to this transition. Not only can hydrogen potentially decarbonise industry, transportation, and possibly agriculture and the built environment, but it can also be used to store electricity for longer periods....
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Thomson, Owen (author)
Within the energy transition, green hydrogen stands as a key solution for decarbonizing sectors where direct electrification is not viable. This thesis focuses on the competitive landscape of hydrogen production in North-Western Europe, addressing the technological and geographical competition of locally produced green hydrogen. This research...
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van Dalen, Sander (author)
To meet the goals of the Paris agreement,sustainable aviation fuels, such as hydrogen, need be adopted on a large scale within the coming decades. Hydrogen-assisted combustion of kerosene is investigated as an intermediate step in the transition towards sustainable aviation. This study addresses the gaps in the current...
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de Wit, Anna (author)
In the further advancement of the energy transition towards renewable energy sources, a significant role can be played by energy storage systems. A relatively new energy storage technology is the reversible solid oxide cell. A reversible solid oxide cell is an electrochemical device that can operate as an electrolyser to produce a fuel from...
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van Muijen, Maarten (author)
This thesis explores sustainable and economically viable decarbonization pathways for the European ammonia industry. Through literature reviews, expert interviews, and detailed analyses, it addresses the industry's need to transition while maintaining competitiveness. Findings suggest that options like Autothermal Reforming (ATR) with Carbon...
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Pletzer, Johannes (author)
At speeds roughly between five and ten thousand km/h, hypersonic aircraft offer the promise of an extremely fast means of transport. Growing concerns about climate warming, however, direct attention to sustainability. This thesis focuses on atmospheric composition and radiation changes by considering a range of individual hypersonic aircraft...
doctoral thesis 2024
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Kolff, Fenna (author)
The world is witnessing unprecedented climate changes, which have worsened over the past couple of years. Despite significant progress in renewable energy, achieving a reduction of global warming remains challenging. Renewable energy sources like solar, wind, and hydroelectric technologies offer promising solutions, but challenges persist due to...
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Lentner, Mateusz (author)
Hydrogen is one of aviation's most promising fuel alternatives in the coming years. However, to store it, a large and light vessel is needed. <br/><br/>The solution to this problem can be the carbon fibre fuel tank. Composite structures provide significant weight savings, which is crucial in this application. However, despite its superior...
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van der Knokke, Quan (author)
Inland shipping is an efficient way of freight transportation, especially in the Province of South Holland (the Netherlands), but this sector faces a significant challenge in further reducing climate change effects and local health and environmental impacts caused by the combustion of diesel fuel.<br/><br/>In this study, an analysis of the...
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Ruis, Sidi (author)
Ammonia is essential for global food production as a component of fertiliser, and a potential energy carrier in the energy transition. Electrochemical ammonia synthesis faces numerous challenges as an alternative to the carbon intensive Haber-Bosch process, including competition from hydrogen evolution, and mass transport limitations. An...
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Vloeberghs, Victor (author)
This thesis introduces a newly-developed turbulent combustion model, as a next step towards modelling hydrogen combustion in aircraft engines. The proposed model (FGM-ESF) merges the Flamelet Generated Manifold approach's tabulated chemistry with the Eulerian Stochastic Field method's statistical treatment of flame-turbulence interactions at the...
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