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The electrification of aviation

The ELAPSED - "Electric Aircraft Propulsion" project
Wednesday, 07.02.2024
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What challenges arise in the electrification of aircraft? In which application scenarios can electric drives be sensibly used in aviation? And how can digitalisation help to accelerate development steps?
Look forward to a lecture on novel methods of energy provision through multilevel battery technology or fuel cells and on drive technology up to the propulsor. In addition, we will show you how you can also travel very fast with electric drives.

Cooperation with:

German Museum, Munich

Special note:

Venue: Deutsches Museum Munich

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Datum und Uhrzeit Wednesday, 07.02.2024, 19.00 - 21.00 Uhr

Tagungsbeitrag

  • Participation 3,00 €

Maximal 250 Teilnehmer.

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