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Searched for: LC Classification is Technology -- Electrical engineering. Electronics. Nuclear engineering -- Electrical engineering. Electronics. Nuclear engineering -- Devices for production of electricity by direct energy conversion -- Production of electricity directly from chemical action -- Special apparatus -- Fuel cells
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This in-class lab exercise gives students the chance to build a zinc- copper fuel cell out of its component parts. The procedure for the lab is provided along with a graphical representation of what the fuel cell should...
This in-class lab exercise will teach students more about the proton exchange membrane, or PEM, fuel cell. The class will take apart a fuel cell, learning about each component part. They will also analyze which source...
This in-class exercise will allow students hands-on experience working with a proton exchange membrane fuel cell, or PEMFC. The class will hook PEM fuel cells up to electrolysers and record the characteristics curve of...
This in-class lab exercise will allow your students the chance to observe the effect of methanol concentration performance on a direct methanol fuel cell, or DMFC. Students will set up the fuel cell, perform a set of...
This presentation from Atif Mughal describes experimental diagnostics of PEM fuel cells. The basics of what PEM fuel cells are and how they function are described as well as the research conducted for this project,...
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