cell operating temperature Articles
Effect of operating temperature on performance of microbial fuel cell
The performance of dual chambered mediator-less microbial fuel cell (MFC) operated under batch mode was evaluated under different operating temperatures, ranging between 20 and 55 °C, with step increase in temperature of 5 °C. Synthetic wastewater with sucrose as carbon source having chemical oxygen demand (COD) of 519–555 mg/L was used in the study. Temperature was a crucial factor in the ...
Thermodynamic performance simulation of a coal gasification and SOFC based combined cogeneration plant by energy and exergy analyses
This paper presents a thermodynamic model of a combined cogeneration plant that employs a coal gasifier, a gas cooler and a solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) upstream of the gas turbine and a downstream HRSG to generate process steam at low pressure. Simulated performance of the plant with respect to variations in some design and operating parameters has been reported. While energy analysis indicates ...
Thermodynamic modelling of a proton exchange membrane fuel cell
This paper presents the thermodynamic modelling of a proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell at various operating conditions through energy and exergy analyses. In addition, the correlations and equations available in literature were used to determine thermodynamic irreversibilities in the PEM fuel cell at different operating conditions such as cell temperature, pressures of anode and cathode, ...
Hydrogen Detection and Control
How Lead-Acid Batteries Release Hydrogen Lead-acid batteries produce hydrogen and oxygen gas when they are being charged. These gasses are produced by the electrolysis of water from the aqueous solution of sulfuric acid. A Vented Lead-Acid (VLA) battery cell, sometimes referred to as a “flooded” or “wet” cell, is open to the atmosphere through a flame-arresting vent, and ...
Winter is Coming – Be Ready with Backup Power Supply Alternatives
With winter coming, resilience reaches top of mind. Snowstorms, blizzards, freezing cold fronts, gusting winds – the trends show that each year winter brings increasingly frequent and severe weather conditions. To be best prepared for winter weather-related emergencies and disasters that threaten to disrupt routine operations, forward-thinking businesses invest in emergency preparedness. ...
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