Fuel Cell Technology - Reaching Towards Commercialization
Edited by Nigel Sammes
The world's ever-growing demand for power has created a need for new efficient and sustainable sources
of energy and electricity. In recent years, fuel cells have become a highly-promising potential source of power
for military, commercial and industrial uses.
Hardcover XIV, 298 p. 139 illus ISBN 9781852339746
Fuel Cell Technology: Reaching Towards Commercialization provides a one-volume survey of the state-of-the
art research in fuel cells, with in-depth coverage of the two types of fuel cell most likely to become commercialized
- the high-temperature solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) and the low-temperature polymer electrolyte membrane fuel
All aspects of SOFC and PEM technology are covered, including:
The book also signposts the emerging field of microbial fuel cells, the main alternative to SOFCs and PEMs.
- materials selection and analysis for fuel cells;
- fuel cell stack design and development;
- modeling and control of processes and systems; and,
- reforming technology.
This publication is an essential reference for researchers, academics and industrialists interested
in up-to-date information on fuel cell development.
Written for: Researchers and lecturers in fuel cell technology
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