A Multi-Faceted Approach to Accelerating Fuel Cell Development Times

Webinar_jun22_A multi-faceted approach to Fuel Cell Development – Balancing virtualization and physical testing for fastest time to market

Fuel cells look set to play a critical part in the global effort to reduce CO2 emissions, and stakeholders are working hard to bring the technology to market in the shortest possible time.In this session, AVL's Emre Kural, Leo Xenakis, and Tomas Dehne outline a multi-faceted approach to fuel cell development, which increases efficiency by enabling an optimal balance of physical and virtualized testing and validation.Key topics and takeaways:


• How to reduce physical testing time by up to 80% with the latest fuel cell testing methodologies

• Understand how system modelling can reduce the number of expensive prototypes

• How to combine physical testing with virtualized components to optimize the whole system, even when the latter are not available

• How to optimize overall workflow to make the best use of physical and virtualized resourcesPart of the Development Ecosystem Webinar Series

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Leo Xenakis, Emre Kural, Thomas Dehne

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