Büchi, Felix N.; Freunberger, Stefan AlexanderIST Austria ; Santis, Marco
Often the properties of a single cell are considered as representative for a complete polymer electrolyte fuel cell stack or even a fuel cell system. In some cases this comes close, however, in many real cases differences on several scales become important. Cell interaction phenomena in fuel cell stacks that arise from inequalities between adjacent cells are investigated in detail experimentally. For that, a specialized 2-cell stack with advanced localized diagnostics was developed. The results show that inequalities propagate by electrical coupling, inhomogeneous cell polarization and inducing in-plane current in the common bipolar plate. The effects of the different loss-mechanisms are analyzed and quantified.
2006-10-29 – 2006-11-03
Büchi FN, Freunberger SA, Santis M. What is learned beyond the scale of single cells? In: ECS Transactions. Vol 3. ECS; 2006:963-968. doi:10.1149/1.2356215
Büchi, F. N., Freunberger, S. A., & Santis, M. (2006). What is learned beyond the scale of single cells? In ECS Transactions (Vol. 3, pp. 963–968). Cancun, Mexico: ECS. https://doi.org/10.1149/1.2356215
Büchi, Felix N., Stefan Alexander Freunberger, and Marco Santis. “What Is Learned beyond the Scale of Single Cells?” In ECS Transactions, 3:963–68. ECS, 2006. https://doi.org/10.1149/1.2356215.
F. N. Büchi, S. A. Freunberger, and M. Santis, “What is learned beyond the scale of single cells?,” in ECS Transactions, Cancun, Mexico, 2006, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 963–968.
Büchi FN, Freunberger SA, Santis M. 2006. What is learned beyond the scale of single cells? ECS Transactions. ECS Meeting vol. 3, 963–968.
Büchi, Felix N., et al. “What Is Learned beyond the Scale of Single Cells?” ECS Transactions, vol. 3, no. 1, ECS, 2006, pp. 963–68, doi:10.1149/1.2356215.