By reducing the amount of greenhouse gases (GHG) up to 35% by 2030, Dual-fuel engine- concepts will be able to mix up to 30% hydrogen with Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG).
The GasMOS sensor is currently under further development. It is being used as a modular measurement and monitoring system for the detection of methane and hydrogen in the research project “Technology Evaluation for Marine Engines for GHG targets 2030“. TEME2030+ grant is aided by the BMWi in the Maritime Research Program.
The partner companies are FVTR GmbH (D), Rostock, the Chair for Combustion Engines and Piston Engines (LKV) at the University of Rostock (D), Umicore AG (D), as well as the associated partners KS-Kolbenschmidt GmbH (D), Kompressorenbau Bannewitz GmbH (D), and Sick AG (D).
A field-testable prototype is to be tested on the previously adapted 1M34DF research single-cylinder engine by 2024.
Further information about the technology and the partners can be found at www.teme2030.de