Fuel Cell Engineering

Edited by

  • Kai Sundmacher

Fuel cells are attractive electrochemical energy converters featuring potentially very high thermodynamic efficiency factors. The focus of this volume of Advances in Chemical Engineering is on quantitative approaches, particularly based on chemical engineering principles, to analyze, control and optimize the steady state and dynamic behavior of low and high temperature fuel cells (PEMFC, DMFC, SOFC) to be applied in mobile and stationary systems.
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Organic chemists, polymer chemists, biological scientists and chemical engineers working in academia, government and industry


Book information

  • Published: May 2012
  • ISBN: 978-0-12-386874-9

Table of Contents

  1. Fuel Processing for Fuel Cells
  2. Torsten Kaltschmitt, Olaf Deutschmann

  3. Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells
  4. Adam Z. Weber, Sivagaminathan Balasubramanian, Prodip K. Das

  5. Direct Methanol Fuel Cells
  6. Keith Scott, Lei Xing

  7. Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell System Modeling and Control
  8. Su Zhou, Fengxiang Chen

  9. Analysis and Evaluation of Ageing Phenomena in PEMFC
  10. Francois Lapicque, C. Bonnet, B.T. Huang, Y. Chatillon

  11. Modeling the Steady State and Dynamic Characteristics of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
  12. Robert J. Kee, Huayang Zhu, Robert J. Braun, Tyrone L. Vincent

  13. Analysis, Optimization and Control of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Systems

    Robert J. Braun, Tyrone L. Vincent, Huayang Zhu, Robert J. Kee