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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Durability

  • Felix N. Büchi
  • Minoru Inaba
  • Thomas J. Schmidt

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvii
  2. Stack Components

    1. Pages 3-3
    2. Catalysts

      1. Kotaro Sasaki, Minhua Shao, Radoslav Adzic
        Pages 7-27
      2. Paul T. Yu, Wenbin Gu, Jingxin Zhang, Rohit Makharia, Frederick T. Wagner, Hubert A. Gasteiger
        Pages 29-53
    3. Membranes

      1. Han Liu, Frank D. Coms, Jingxin Zhang, Hubert A. Gasteiger, Anthony B. LaConti
        Pages 71-118
      2. Lorenz Gubler, Günther G. Scherer
        Pages 133-155
    4. GDL

      1. David L. Wood III, Rodney L. Borup
        Pages 159-195
    5. MEAs

      1. Yu Seung Kim, Piotr Zelenay
        Pages 223-240
    6. Bipolar Plates

      1. Joachim Scherer, Daniel Münter, Raimund Ströbel
        Pages 243-255
      2. Tetsuo Mitani, Kenro Mitsuda
        Pages 257-268
    7. Sealings

      1. Ruth Bieringer, Matthias Adler, Stefan Geiss, Michael Viol
        Pages 271-281
  3. Cells and Stack Operation

    1. Pages 285-285
    2. Impact of Contaminants

      1. Jean St-Pierre
        Pages 289-321
    3. Freezing

    4. Reliability Testing

    5. Stack Durability

      1. Mike L. Perry, Robert M. Darling, Shampa Kandoi, Timothy W. Patterson, Carl Reiser
        Pages 399-417
  4. System Perspectives

    1. Pages 443-443
    2. Stationary

      1. Takeshi Tabata, Osamu Yamazaki, Hideki Shintaku, Yasuharu Oomori
        Pages 447-463
    3. Automotive

      1. Shinji Yamamoto, Seiho Sugawara, Kazuhiko Shinohara
        Pages 467-482
  5. R&D Status

    1. Pages 485-485
    2. R&D Status

  6. Back Matter
    Pages 497-507

About this book

Introduction

A major part of the competitiveness gap of polymer electrolyte fuel cell (PEFC) technology in automotive and stationary co-generation applications is due lack of durability. This book analyzes the relevant degradation processes in PEFC on the level of components, cells and stacks, and applications. Prominent authors from the PEFC field describe and analyze in 23 chapters the relevant degradation mechanisms and mitigation strategies.

Keywords

Methanol direct methanol fuel cell fuel cell hydrogen microbial fuel cell

Editors and affiliations

  • Felix N. Büchi
    • 1
  • Minoru Inaba
    • 2
  • Thomas J. Schmidt
    • 3
  1. 1.Electrochemistry LaboratoryPaul Scherrer InstitutSwitzerland
  2. 2.Department Molecular Science and TechnologyDoshisha UniversityKyotanabeJapan
  3. 3.BASF Fuel Cell GmbH Industrial Park HoechstGermany

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