The use of fuel cells as independent power sources is expected to become increasingly widespread in the next twenty years. From electric vehicles to mobile phones, the uses for this environmentally friendly and efficient energy source are growing.
Cell Systems Explained
seeks to broaden understanding of the technology by setting out the working methods,
behaviour, limitations, special features, and potential of fuel cells in terms accessible to electrical, automotive, power, and control engineers.
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Cell Systems Explained
by James Larminie, Andrew Dicks;
A guide to the principles, design, and applications for practitioners, researchers, and students in electrical, power, chemical, and automotive engineering who are new to fuel cell chemistry. Larminie
and Dicks discuss the working methods, behaviour, limitations, features, and potential of fuel cell
technology. They consider such aspects as operation and thermodynamics, solutions offered by all major types, proton-exchange membrane cells, processing fuel, storing hydrogen for both mobile and static applications, and complete systems including
the Future: The Ballard Fuel Cell and the Race to Change the
by Tom Koppel; Hardcover or Paperback
Tells the story of a high-tech research company, Ballard Power Systems, which has developed a non-polluting fuel cell that may replace internal combustion engines and power cars of the future. The story is written not only to inform the reader but to inspire, showing how to create a culture of determination and dedication, and how to realize a dream.
Cell Systems by Michael Mugerwa, Leo Blomen; Hardcover
A multiauthored volume combining state-of-the-art overviews of research and development activities on each type of fuel cell with a more general system approach toward fuel cell plant technology, including plant design and economics. Following a 17-page introduction, the volume covers history; overview of fuel cell technology; electrochemistry of fuel cells; fuel processing; characteristics of fuel cell systems; system design and
optimization; research, development, and demonstration of alkaline, phosphoric acid, molten carbonate, solid oxide, and solid polymer fuel cell systems; fuel cell system economics; and market.
Cell Technology Handbook (Mechanical Engineering Series)
Hoogers Hardcover (2002)
and Development of Proton-Exchange Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cell Systems
for Transportation Applications: Initial Conceptual Design Report
Allison Gas Turbine Library Binding (1993)
Electric Car : Development and Future of Battery, Hybrid and
Fuel-Cell Cars (Iee Power & Energy Series, 38)
by Michael Westbrook
Cell Technology for Vehicles (Progress in Technology, 84)
by Richard Stobard
The Solar Car Book: A Complete Build-It-Yourself Solar Car Kit Including All the Parts, Instructions and Pain-Free Science
The Solar Car Book delves into the history and science of both solar cars and solar power. But hotter than that are all the materials for youngsters to make sun-powered cars of their
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