Mathematics – Key Technology for the Future pp 235-249
Parallel Adaptive Simulation of PEM Fuel Cells
Polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) fuel cells are currently being developed for production of electricity in stationary and portable applications. They benefit from pollution free operation and a potential for high energy conversion efficiency. As PEM fuel cells are currently operated within low temperature and pressure ranges, water management is one of the critical issues in performance optimization.
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