7Challenge the futureZero EZEPEM Fuel Cell SafetyElectrolyte: a polymer electrolyte in the form of a thin, permeablesheet.Efficiency: is about 40 to 50%Operating temperature: about 80 degrees C (about 175 degrees F).Cell outputs: range from 50 to 250 kW.The solid, flexible electrolyte will not leak or crack, and these cellsoperate at a low enough temperature to make them suitable for homesand cars. But their fuels must be purified, and a platinum catalyst is usedon both sides of the membrane, raising costs
8Challenge the futureZero EZEDesign trade-offWhy has this not been used before?
9Challenge the futureZero EZEPEM Fuel Cell Cost
10Challenge the futureZero EZEInternal LayoutPropulsion
11Challenge the futureZero EZEHydrogen Storage Tanks
20Challenge the futureZero EZEStructuresFinite Element analysis in Patran/NastranFuselageWing
21Challenge the futureZero EZEConclusionPerformanceRangeCost
22Challenge the futureZero EZEPerformanceCruise speed308 km/hMaximum speed370 km/hTake-off distance490 m
23Challenge the futureZero EZERange760kmOptimum range1320kmMax range
24Challenge the futureZero EZE• 100 aircraft/yearCost Estimation and BreakdownCost allocation CostResearch, Development, Test and Evaluation € 20,000Production € 410,000Profit € 40,000Total Purchase Price € 470,000
25Challenge the futureZero EZEWith cruise speed of 308 km/h, a range of 760 km can beachieved, meanwhile producing zero emissions.ConclusionBut wait, there is more!DublinMonacoMilanRotterdamFuel costs € 45 ,-
26Challenge the futureZero EZEHistorical note
27Challenge the futureZero EZEAnother problem
28Challenge the futureZero EZEProspering economyEconomy that is not dependent on oilHow does this relate to this project?