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hopium-seeks-to-optimise-fuel-cells-on-its-high-end-hydrogen-powered-machina
© Hopium

Hopium seeks to optimise fuel cells on its high-end hydrogen-powered Machina

Hopium has today (July 8) announced a partnership to design and predict performance of its fuel cell stack and systems for its high-end hydrogen-powered vehicle, the Machina.

The French-based firm has joined forces with Gamma Technologies (GT) to leverage on its physics based GT-SUITE models and virtual calibration processes so Hopium engineers can fine-tune and seek the optimal operating point of the fuel cell stack.

H2 View understands Hopium opted to develop its own fuel cell stack and corresponding system with the aim of delivery a performance-oriented, exciting high-end car.

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