Parker joins consortium developing liquid hydrogen systems for aviation

Parker Hannifin’s aerospace arm has joined a consortium to develop liquid hydrogen fuel systems for aviation.

Joining Marshall, GKN Aerospace, University of Manchester, University of Bath and Cardiff University, Parker Aerospace will contribute to the HyFIVE consortium’s goals of supporting zero-emission aviation.

The project, supported by the UK Government, Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) and Innovate UK’s (UKRI) ATI Programme, plans to develop, test and validate modular and scalable cryogenic hydrogen fuel systems to support hydrogen-electric propulsion and hydrogen combustion powertrains for multiple types of aircraft.

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