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Analytical modeling of fuel cells, Andrei A. Kulikovsky
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 Summary
 Analytical Modelling of Fuel Cells, Second Edition, is devoted to the analytical models that help us understand the mechanisms of cell operation. The book contains equations for the rapid evaluation of various aspects of fuel cell performance, including cell potential, rate of electrochemical reactions, rate of transport processes in the cell, and temperature fields in the cell, etc. Furthermore, the book discusses how to develop simple physicsbased analytical models. A new chapter is devoted to analytical models of PEM fuel cell impedance, a technique that exhibits explosive growth potential. Finally, the book contains Maple worksheets implementing some of the models discussed. Includes simple physicsbased equations for the fuel cell polarization curveProvides analytical solutions for fuel cell impedanceIncludes simple equations for calculation of temperature shapes in fuel cellsIntroduces physical descriptions of the basic transport and kinetic phenomena in fuel cells of various types
 Language
 eng
 Edition
 Second edition.
 Extent
 1 online resource (xvi, 366 pages)
 Contents

 Front Cover; Analytical Modeling of Fuel Cells; Copyright; Contents; Preface to the First Edition; Preface to the Second Edition; Introduction; Dimensionless variables; Maple codes; 1 Fuel cell basics; 1.1 Fuel cell thermodynamics; 1.1.1 The physics of the fuel cell effect; 1.1.2 Opencircuit voltage; 1.1.3 Nernst equation; 1.1.4 Temperature dependence of opencircuit voltage; 1.2 Potentials in a fuel cell; 1.3 Rate of electrochemical reactions; 1.3.1 ButlerVolmer equation; 1.3.2 ButlerVolmer and Nernst equations; 1.3.3 Tafel equation; 1.4 Mass transport in fuel cells
 1.4.1 Overview of mass transport processes1.4.2 Stoichiometry and utilization; 1.4.3 Quasi2D approximation; 1.4.4 Mass conservation equation in the channel; 1.4.5 Flow velocity in the channel; 1.4.6 Mass transport in gas diffusion/backing layers; Fick's diffusion; StefanMaxwell diffusion; 1.4.7 Mass transport in catalyst layers; 1.4.8 Proton and water transport in membrane; 1.5 Sources of heat in a fuel cell; 1.6 Types of cells considered in this book; 1.6.1 Polymer electrolyte fuel cells (PEFCs); 1.6.2 Direct methanol fuel cells (DMFCs); 1.6.3 Solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs)
 2 Catalyst layer performance2.1 Basic equations; 2.1.1 The general case; 2.1.2 First integral; 2.2 Ideal oxygen and proton transport; 2.3 Ideal oxygen transport; 2.3.1 Basic equations; 2.3.2 Integral of motion; 2.3.3 Equation for proton current; 2.3.4 Low cell current; 2.3.5 High cell current; 2.3.6 Polarization curve; 2.3.7 Condition of negligible oxygen transport loss; 2.4 Ideal proton transport; 2.4.1 Basic equations; 2.4.2 The xshapes and polarization curve; 2.4.3 Large zeta; 2.4.4 Small zeta; 2.5 Optimal oxygen diffusion coef cient; 2.5.1 Reduction of the full system
 2.5.2 Optimal oxygen diffusivity2.6 Complete polarization curve of a PEMFC; 2.6.1 Model equations; 2.7 Gradient of catalyst loading; 2.7.1 Model; 2.7.2 Polarization curve; 2.8 DMFC cathode and mixed potential; 2.8.1 Model; Basic equations; Boundary conditions; First integral; 2.8.2 Mixed potential; 2.9 DMFC anode; 2.9.1 The rate of methanol oxidation; 2.9.2 Basic equations and the conservation law; 2.9.3 The general form of the polarization curve; 2.9.4 Small variation of overpotential in the active layer; 2.9.5 Active layer of variable thickness; 2.10 Heat balance in the catalyst layer
 2.10.1 Heat transport equation in the CL2.10.2 Reduction to boundary condition; 2.10.3 Solution to the heat transport equation; 2.11 Remarks on Chapter 2; 3 Onedimensional model of a fuel cell; 3.1 Voltage loss due to oxygen transport in the GDL; 3.2 Onedimensional polarization curve of a cell; 3.2.1 Fast oxygen transport in the CCL; 3.2.2 General equation for the PEMFC polarization curve; Polarization curve tting; 3.3 Onedimensional model of DMFC; 3.3.1 Feed molecule concentration in the active layers; Methanol; Oxygen; 3.3.2 Onedimensional polarization curve of DMFC
 Isbn
 9780444642226
 Label
 Analytical modeling of fuel cells
 Title
 Analytical modeling of fuel cells
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 Andrei A. Kulikovsky
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 Analytical Modelling of Fuel Cells, Second Edition, is devoted to the analytical models that help us understand the mechanisms of cell operation. The book contains equations for the rapid evaluation of various aspects of fuel cell performance, including cell potential, rate of electrochemical reactions, rate of transport processes in the cell, and temperature fields in the cell, etc. Furthermore, the book discusses how to develop simple physicsbased analytical models. A new chapter is devoted to analytical models of PEM fuel cell impedance, a technique that exhibits explosive growth potential. Finally, the book contains Maple worksheets implementing some of the models discussed. Includes simple physicsbased equations for the fuel cell polarization curveProvides analytical solutions for fuel cell impedanceIncludes simple equations for calculation of temperature shapes in fuel cellsIntroduces physical descriptions of the basic transport and kinetic phenomena in fuel cells of various types
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 Kulikovsky, Andrei A
 Dewey number
 621.31/2429015118
 Illustrations
 illustrations
 Index
 index present
 LC call number
 TK2931
 LC item number
 .K85 2019
 Literary form
 non fiction
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 bibliography
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 Fuel cells
 Label
 Analytical modeling of fuel cells, Andrei A. Kulikovsky
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 Includes bibliographical references and index
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 Contents

 Front Cover; Analytical Modeling of Fuel Cells; Copyright; Contents; Preface to the First Edition; Preface to the Second Edition; Introduction; Dimensionless variables; Maple codes; 1 Fuel cell basics; 1.1 Fuel cell thermodynamics; 1.1.1 The physics of the fuel cell effect; 1.1.2 Opencircuit voltage; 1.1.3 Nernst equation; 1.1.4 Temperature dependence of opencircuit voltage; 1.2 Potentials in a fuel cell; 1.3 Rate of electrochemical reactions; 1.3.1 ButlerVolmer equation; 1.3.2 ButlerVolmer and Nernst equations; 1.3.3 Tafel equation; 1.4 Mass transport in fuel cells
 1.4.1 Overview of mass transport processes1.4.2 Stoichiometry and utilization; 1.4.3 Quasi2D approximation; 1.4.4 Mass conservation equation in the channel; 1.4.5 Flow velocity in the channel; 1.4.6 Mass transport in gas diffusion/backing layers; Fick's diffusion; StefanMaxwell diffusion; 1.4.7 Mass transport in catalyst layers; 1.4.8 Proton and water transport in membrane; 1.5 Sources of heat in a fuel cell; 1.6 Types of cells considered in this book; 1.6.1 Polymer electrolyte fuel cells (PEFCs); 1.6.2 Direct methanol fuel cells (DMFCs); 1.6.3 Solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs)
 2 Catalyst layer performance2.1 Basic equations; 2.1.1 The general case; 2.1.2 First integral; 2.2 Ideal oxygen and proton transport; 2.3 Ideal oxygen transport; 2.3.1 Basic equations; 2.3.2 Integral of motion; 2.3.3 Equation for proton current; 2.3.4 Low cell current; 2.3.5 High cell current; 2.3.6 Polarization curve; 2.3.7 Condition of negligible oxygen transport loss; 2.4 Ideal proton transport; 2.4.1 Basic equations; 2.4.2 The xshapes and polarization curve; 2.4.3 Large zeta; 2.4.4 Small zeta; 2.5 Optimal oxygen diffusion coef cient; 2.5.1 Reduction of the full system
 2.5.2 Optimal oxygen diffusivity2.6 Complete polarization curve of a PEMFC; 2.6.1 Model equations; 2.7 Gradient of catalyst loading; 2.7.1 Model; 2.7.2 Polarization curve; 2.8 DMFC cathode and mixed potential; 2.8.1 Model; Basic equations; Boundary conditions; First integral; 2.8.2 Mixed potential; 2.9 DMFC anode; 2.9.1 The rate of methanol oxidation; 2.9.2 Basic equations and the conservation law; 2.9.3 The general form of the polarization curve; 2.9.4 Small variation of overpotential in the active layer; 2.9.5 Active layer of variable thickness; 2.10 Heat balance in the catalyst layer
 2.10.1 Heat transport equation in the CL2.10.2 Reduction to boundary condition; 2.10.3 Solution to the heat transport equation; 2.11 Remarks on Chapter 2; 3 Onedimensional model of a fuel cell; 3.1 Voltage loss due to oxygen transport in the GDL; 3.2 Onedimensional polarization curve of a cell; 3.2.1 Fast oxygen transport in the CCL; 3.2.2 General equation for the PEMFC polarization curve; Polarization curve tting; 3.3 Onedimensional model of DMFC; 3.3.1 Feed molecule concentration in the active layers; Methanol; Oxygen; 3.3.2 Onedimensional polarization curve of DMFC
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 Second edition.
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 1 online resource (xvi, 366 pages)
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 9780444642226
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 Analytical modeling of fuel cells, Andrei A. Kulikovsky
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 unknown
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and index
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 online resource
 Carrier category code

 cr
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Color
 multicolored
 Content category
 text
 Content type code

 txt
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Contents

 Front Cover; Analytical Modeling of Fuel Cells; Copyright; Contents; Preface to the First Edition; Preface to the Second Edition; Introduction; Dimensionless variables; Maple codes; 1 Fuel cell basics; 1.1 Fuel cell thermodynamics; 1.1.1 The physics of the fuel cell effect; 1.1.2 Opencircuit voltage; 1.1.3 Nernst equation; 1.1.4 Temperature dependence of opencircuit voltage; 1.2 Potentials in a fuel cell; 1.3 Rate of electrochemical reactions; 1.3.1 ButlerVolmer equation; 1.3.2 ButlerVolmer and Nernst equations; 1.3.3 Tafel equation; 1.4 Mass transport in fuel cells
 1.4.1 Overview of mass transport processes1.4.2 Stoichiometry and utilization; 1.4.3 Quasi2D approximation; 1.4.4 Mass conservation equation in the channel; 1.4.5 Flow velocity in the channel; 1.4.6 Mass transport in gas diffusion/backing layers; Fick's diffusion; StefanMaxwell diffusion; 1.4.7 Mass transport in catalyst layers; 1.4.8 Proton and water transport in membrane; 1.5 Sources of heat in a fuel cell; 1.6 Types of cells considered in this book; 1.6.1 Polymer electrolyte fuel cells (PEFCs); 1.6.2 Direct methanol fuel cells (DMFCs); 1.6.3 Solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs)
 2 Catalyst layer performance2.1 Basic equations; 2.1.1 The general case; 2.1.2 First integral; 2.2 Ideal oxygen and proton transport; 2.3 Ideal oxygen transport; 2.3.1 Basic equations; 2.3.2 Integral of motion; 2.3.3 Equation for proton current; 2.3.4 Low cell current; 2.3.5 High cell current; 2.3.6 Polarization curve; 2.3.7 Condition of negligible oxygen transport loss; 2.4 Ideal proton transport; 2.4.1 Basic equations; 2.4.2 The xshapes and polarization curve; 2.4.3 Large zeta; 2.4.4 Small zeta; 2.5 Optimal oxygen diffusion coef cient; 2.5.1 Reduction of the full system
 2.5.2 Optimal oxygen diffusivity2.6 Complete polarization curve of a PEMFC; 2.6.1 Model equations; 2.7 Gradient of catalyst loading; 2.7.1 Model; 2.7.2 Polarization curve; 2.8 DMFC cathode and mixed potential; 2.8.1 Model; Basic equations; Boundary conditions; First integral; 2.8.2 Mixed potential; 2.9 DMFC anode; 2.9.1 The rate of methanol oxidation; 2.9.2 Basic equations and the conservation law; 2.9.3 The general form of the polarization curve; 2.9.4 Small variation of overpotential in the active layer; 2.9.5 Active layer of variable thickness; 2.10 Heat balance in the catalyst layer
 2.10.1 Heat transport equation in the CL2.10.2 Reduction to boundary condition; 2.10.3 Solution to the heat transport equation; 2.11 Remarks on Chapter 2; 3 Onedimensional model of a fuel cell; 3.1 Voltage loss due to oxygen transport in the GDL; 3.2 Onedimensional polarization curve of a cell; 3.2.1 Fast oxygen transport in the CCL; 3.2.2 General equation for the PEMFC polarization curve; Polarization curve tting; 3.3 Onedimensional model of DMFC; 3.3.1 Feed molecule concentration in the active layers; Methanol; Oxygen; 3.3.2 Onedimensional polarization curve of DMFC
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 unknown
 Edition
 Second edition.
 Extent
 1 online resource (xvi, 366 pages)
 File format
 unknown
 Form of item
 online
 Isbn
 9780444642226
 Level of compression
 unknown
 Media category
 computer
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code

 c
 Other physical details
 illustrations (some color)
 http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
 9780444642905
 Quality assurance targets
 not applicable
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 unknown sound
 Specific material designation
 remote
 System control number
 (OCoLC)1100071216
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