Fuel cell system design

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  • Fuel cells are an important technology for a potentially wide variety of applications including micropower, auxiliary power, transportation power, stationary power for buildings and other distributed generation applications, and central power. These applications will be in a large number of industries worldwide.

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  • When fuel cells were first suggested and discussed back in the nineteenth century, it was firmly hoped that distinctly higher efficiencies could be attained with them when converting the chemical energy of natural fuels to electric power. Now that the world supply of fossil fuels is seen to be finite, this hope turns into a need, into a question of maintaining advanced standards of life.

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  • (BQ) Part 1 book "Heat-Transfer calculations" has contents: Introductory calculations, steady state calculations (solution for the heat transfer design of a cooled gas turbine airfoil, cooling of a fuel cell, turbo generator rotor cooling calculation,...), transient and cyclic calculations (thermal system transient response, transient analysis of low temperature, low energy carrier,...).

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  • Lilliputian Systems and eZelleron are both developing SOFC products for this market. Lilliputian’s system will run on butane cartridges and should offer market-leading fuel effi ciency when it launches through US retailer Brookstone at the end of 2012. eZelleron’s micro-tubular SOFC product can be fuelled with conventional cigarette lighters; a commercial launch is expected within the next few years.

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  • Worldwide consumption of organic products has experienced tremendous growth, often surpassing the U.S. figures of 20 percent annual gain. Much of the increase in worldwide consumption has been fueled by consumers’ demand for GMO-free products. Because GMOs are disallowed in organic production and processing, organic products auto- matically are designated as GMO-free at the marketplace. European consumers have led the demand for organic products, particularly in coun- tries such as the Netherlands, Italy, and Austria.

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