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This timeline includes details of a few developments in fuel cell technology. Key events include the development of the first fuel cell. A link is also provided to a webpage on the history of fuel cells. This document...
This document from the U.S. Department of Energy provides an introduction to fuel cell technology. The material outlines how they work, and why they may be chosen as a fuel source. Different types of fuel cells, their...
This document provides a basic introduction to fuel cells: how they work, the different types of fuel cells (PEM, AFC, PAFC, DMFC, MCFC and SOFC) and the advantages and disadvantages of using fuel cells. Two useful...
This presentation provides a basic introduction to fuel cells. Fuel cell components, types, and the advantages and disadvantages of each type are covered here. This presentation would be useful for students with a basic...
This document outlines and compares a few different types of fuel cells, including Polymer Electrolyte Membrane (PEM), Alkaline (AFC), Phosphoric Acid (PAFC), Molten Carbonate (MCFC) and Solid Oxide (SOFC). The fuel...
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