DRDO & Naval Group sign agreement to integrate the Fuel Cell Air Independent Propulsion (AIP) system onboard Indian Navy Scorpene type submarine INS Kalvari.
Tag Archives : AIP
24 Nov 2021
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) announced today that it has successfully delivered a 'methanol steam reforming plant for submarine fuel cells' at the Siheung R&D campus.
21 Sep 2021
The first Russian oxygen/hydrogen air-independent propulsion (AIP) unit designed for the Sarma unmanned undersea vehicle (UUV)...
06 Oct 2020
New construction halls and dry dock in Karachi are taking shape. Although official details are scarce, we understand that the new site will be for the local construction of Type-039B AIP submarines for the Pakistan Navy.
05 Jun 2020
Abengoa has inked a contract with Navantia to supply its AIP system to the future S80 Plus submarines of the Spanish Navy. Abengoa’s solution was selected in Feb. 2020 by the General Directorate of Armament and Material of the Spanish MoD. The Spanish company stated that its AIP system will allow the S80 Plus to operate for up to 3 weeks without surfacing.
31 Oct 2019
India's fuel cell-based Air Independent Propulsion (AIP) system has crossed several milestones in technology maturity, the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has announced.
03 Oct 2019
On September 28, INS Khanderi was commissioned by the Indian Navy in Mumbai, where the submarine is based.
30 Jul 2019
Naval Group announced that they achieved a breakthrough with their proprietary FC2G AIP system for submarine: The company demonstrated an 18 days submerged patrol representative of operational conditions.