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Russia And Austria Are Working On an Ultra-modern Engine
14.01.2015 16:47
Russia And Austria Are Working On an Ultra-modern Engine

RAS and Austria are working on an ultra-modern engine, despite the sanctions.

      The experts of the Russian Academy of Sciences from the town of Chernogolovka of Moscow Oblast jointly with the Austrian company are developing an environmentally friendly hydrogen engine for boats, which is planned to be tested in 2016 on the lake near Vienna, according to RIA “Novosti”. It was initially planned to develop hydrogen and hybrid-hydrogen engines for aircrafts.

      However, due to the EU sanctions against Russia, a number of high-tech projects are reoriented to the fields that cannot be attributed to dual-use technologies. The hydrogen engine for boats will not be less commercially profitable than the aircraft engine was meant to be. Earlier it was reported that the sanctions would not affect the technical cooperation with Austria.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian science     

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