Thermal and energy balance of a fuel cell during hydrogen supply from metal hydride materials
Keywords:LCA, hydrogen, Metal hydride, Fuel Cells
The present article deals with the material and energy balance of a fuel cell during hydrogen supply from a metal hydride tank. It describes potential utilisation of heat from a fuel cell for heating a tank in order to achieve the required kinetics of the process. The concluding part hereof contains a numerical calculation of the thermal field of the designed tank during the fuel cell operation.
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