Fuel Cell Systems

Published: Jan 2021

When it comes to commercial vehicle propulsion, fuel cells are becoming increasingly important. A typical fuel cell system consists of an air supply path (cathode), a hydrogen supply path (anode), and a cooling circuit. Fuel cell vehicles therefore require an electronic control unit (ECU) to control the operation of the fuel cell system and its individual subsystems. As with any other application, these ECUs have to pass extensive tests before being introduced to the market. dSPACE has the right tools to support you in developing and testing state-of-the-art fuel cell technologies.

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