1-7 of 7
Keywords: fuel cells
Close
Follow your search
Access your saved searches in your account

Would you like to receive an alert when new items match your search?
Close Modal
Sort by
Journal Articles
Article Type: Research Papers
J. Energy Resour. Technol. July 2021, 143(7): 072101.
Paper No: JERT-19-1833
Published Online: October 30, 2020
...M. Blesznowski; M. Boiski; J. Kupecki Solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC) can generate electricity and heat with a minimal negative impact on the environment and with high electrical efficiency (∼60%). SOFC stacks are the key component of cogeneration units in the range from several kiloWatts up...
Journal Articles
Article Type: Research Papers
J. Energy Resour. Technol. February 2020, 142(2): 022002.
Paper No: JERT-19-1019
Published Online: October 22, 2019
...Jakub Kupecki; Konrad Motylinski; Lukasz Szablowski; Agnieszka Zurawska; Yevgeniy Naumovich; Arkadiusz Szczesniak; Jaroslaw Milewski Solid oxide fuel cells operate at high temperature, typically in the range 650–850 °C, utilizing between 50% and 75% of fuel. The remaining fuel can be either burned...
Journal Articles
Article Type: Technical Briefs
J. Energy Resour. Technol. September 2006, 128(3): 229–235.
Published Online: September 23, 2005
...George A. Adebiyi The major alternatives for producing work from fuel energy include combustion systems and fuel cells. Combustion systems are subject to several performance-limiting constraints. Key amongst these is the fact that combustion is an uncontrolled chemical reaction and is typically...
Journal Articles
Article Type: Research Papers
J. Energy Resour. Technol. March 2006, 128(1): 16–27.
Published Online: June 10, 2005
... movers include stoichiometric spark-ignited (SI) engines, lean burn SI engines, diesel engines, microturbines, and fuel cells. The investigated option, HCCI engines, is a relatively new type of engine that has some fundamental differences with respect to other prime movers. The prime movers are compared...
Journal Articles
Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Energy Resour. Technol. September 2003, 125(3): 208–220.
Published Online: August 29, 2003
...M. Burak Gunes; Michael W. Ellis Residential combined heat and power (CHP) systems using fuel cell technology can provide both electricity and heat and can substantially reduce the energy and environmental impact associated with residential applications. The energy, environmental, and economic...
Journal Articles
Article Type: Errata
J. Energy Resour. Technol. September 2003, 125(3): 249.
Published Online: August 29, 2003
...Jeffrey J. Baschuk,; Andrew M. Rowe, and; Xianguo Li 29 08 2003 proton exchange membrane fuel cells carbon compounds electrochemistry fuel cells polymer electrolytes simulation oxygen compounds catalysts conservation laws adsorption current density The contributed...
Journal Articles
Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Energy Resour. Technol. June 2003, 125(2): 94–100.
Published Online: June 4, 2003
...Jeffrey J. Baschuk; Andrew M. Rowe; Xianguo Li A polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) fuel cell is analyzed by applying the conservation principle to the electrode backing, catalyst layers and polymer electrolyte. The conservation equations used are the conservation of species, momentum and energy...