Self-regulation of the water drain in a hydrogen/oxygen fuel cell Communication II. Width of the self-regulation zone
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Analyzed is the effect of various factors on the width of the self-regulation zone during a change in the rate of water drain and of water formation. The conditions are established under which a fuel cell with a capillary diaphragm should attain the maximum possible self-regulation after a change in current density.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Fuel Cell Water Drain Cell Communication Water Formation
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