Fuel Cell Electronics Packaging

  • Ken Kuang
  • Keith Easler

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Áron Varga
    Pages 1-32
  3. Qingshan Zhu, Lian Peng, Tao Zhang
    Pages 33-60
  4. Piotr Jasinski, Toshio Suzuki, Vladimir Petrovsky, Harlan U. Anderson
    Pages 61-84
  5. John Olenick, Viswanathan Venkateswaran, Tim Curry, Robert Bourdelaise, Eli Richards, Paul Vichot et al.
    Pages 85-96
  6. Xuan Wang
    Pages 97-111
  7. Stefan Wagner, Robert Hahn, Herbert Reichl
    Pages 123-144
  8. Robert Hahn, Stefan Wagner, Herbert Reichl
    Pages 145-163
  9. W. Kinzy Jones, Naveen Savaram, Norman Munroe
    Pages 165-180
  10. Virang G. Shah, Donald J. Hayes, David B. Wallace
    Pages 205-237
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 239-248

About this book


Today's commercial, medical and military electronics are becoming smaller and smaller. At the same time, these devices are packed with more functions and demand more power. This power requirement is currently met almost exclusively by battery power. A fuel cell is like a battery converting chemical energy directly to electricity. The convergence of fuel cell technology and microelectronics is enabling the new design and manufacturing of fuel cells.

Fuel Cell Electronics Packaging presents the latest developments in the technology convergence of microelectronics and fuel cells. Using the well established manufacturing methods used in microelectronics packaging, fuel cells can be further fabricated in smaller sizes with higher energy density, at a faster pace and lower cost. This book uniquely addresses this issue.

Fuel Cell Electronics Packaging serves as a practical reference guide for engineers, researchers, and manufacturers of microelectronic and fuel cell products who are interested in topics such as:

  • ceramic hybrid separators for micro fuel cells
  • miniature fuel cells built with LTCC technology
  • novel fuel cells fabricated using microelectronics technology
  • fuel cell thermal management

Written by a variety of professional and academic sources, Fuel Cell Electronics Packaging is a valuable resource for those interested in the latest advances in fuel cell technology.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Ken Kuang
    • 1
  • Keith Easler
    • 2
  1. 1.Torrey Hills Technology, LLCSan DiegoUSA
  2. 2.Kyocera America, Inc.San DiegoUSA

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