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|Título:||LUCIS:a learning experience to improve lifetime and operating strategies in low power PEM fuel cells|
Travassos, Maria Antónia
Rangel, C. M.
|Citação:||Barbosa, R.; Travassos, Maria Antónia; Sá, R.; Silva, D.; Magalhães, A.; Rangel, C.M.; Ferreira, V. LUCIS:a learning experience to improve lifetime and operating strategies in low power PEM fuel cells. In: Proceedings HYPOTHESIS VIII- Hydrogen Systems and Materials for Sustainability, HYP_99, Lisbon, 1-3 April 2009, 7p.|
|Resumo:||LUCIS, a demonstration project co-financed by the Innovation Agency in Portugal (AdI), was carried out in the framework of the DEMTEC Programme (Incentives to Technologically Innovative Pilot Systems). Its main goals were: Validate the reliability of proton exchange membrane fuel cells (PEMFC) when used in practical situations and the competitive advantages that these solutions can represent compared to conventional solutions; Evaluate impacts associated with the use of hydrogen and the benefits to business competitiveness. This project allowed a learning experience in real applications of low power PEMFC. Demonstrations were grouped in two large categories that covered several applications of PEMFC. The prototypes used were produced by SRE (Portugal) and were specifically designed to be used in small power applications, portable, traction or stationary. In this work, the technological validation was carried out for different stacks with power from 10 to 100W. Hydrogen was supplied by compressed gas bottles and metallic hydrides. All the fuel cells were previously characterized in specialized laboratories. Recommendations were drawn for every application in order to improve fuel cell lifetime and operating strategies.|
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