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The Investigation of Thermal Behaviour of the Low-Temperature Fuel Cell Stack by the Supplemented Dynamic Model

PTÁČEK, M. MASTNÝ, P.

Originální název

The Investigation of Thermal Behaviour of the Low-Temperature Fuel Cell Stack by the Supplemented Dynamic Model

Anglický název

The Investigation of Thermal Behaviour of the Low-Temperature Fuel Cell Stack by the Supplemented Dynamic Model

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The paper presents the expansion of the primary dynamic model of low-temperature fuel cell stack in Matlab/Simulink, because this model has been supplemented by other subsystems such as a reformer, a reformer control and simplified pressure regulation. Therefore, it performs the basic description of these new subsystems and it also covers the main dependencies of the fuel cell modelling. Generally, it is very important to know both electrical and non-electrical parameters of the fuel cell stack. Hence the input parameters are defined and it investigates the developments of the output power and the temperature of the fuel cell stack. These investigations are realized for long-term scenario of the current load. Moreover it also realizes thermal experiments and it demonstrates the influence of the change of the heat capacity and the thermal resistance of the fuel cell on its operating temperature and the output power.

Anglický abstrakt

The paper presents the expansion of the primary dynamic model of low-temperature fuel cell stack in Matlab/Simulink, because this model has been supplemented by other subsystems such as a reformer, a reformer control and simplified pressure regulation. Therefore, it performs the basic description of these new subsystems and it also covers the main dependencies of the fuel cell modelling. Generally, it is very important to know both electrical and non-electrical parameters of the fuel cell stack. Hence the input parameters are defined and it investigates the developments of the output power and the temperature of the fuel cell stack. These investigations are realized for long-term scenario of the current load. Moreover it also realizes thermal experiments and it demonstrates the influence of the change of the heat capacity and the thermal resistance of the fuel cell on its operating temperature and the output power.

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@inproceedings{BUT95382,
  author="Michal {Ptáček} and Petr {Mastný}",
  title="The Investigation of Thermal Behaviour of the Low-Temperature Fuel Cell Stack by the Supplemented Dynamic Model",
  annote="The paper presents the expansion of the primary dynamic model of low-temperature fuel cell stack in Matlab/Simulink, because this model has been supplemented by other subsystems such as a reformer, a reformer control and simplified pressure regulation. Therefore, it performs the basic description of these new subsystems and it also covers the main dependencies of the fuel cell modelling. Generally, it is very important to know both electrical  and non-electrical parameters of the fuel cell stack. Hence the input parameters are defined and it investigates the developments of the output power and the temperature of the fuel cell stack. These investigations are realized for long-term scenario of the current load. Moreover it also realizes thermal experiments and it demonstrates the influence of the change of the heat capacity and the thermal resistance of the fuel cell on its operating temperature and the output power.",
  address="WSEAS Press",
  booktitle="Recent Advances in Energy, Environment and Economic Development",
  chapter="95382",
  edition="Mathematics and Computers in Science and Engineering Series",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="WSEAS Press",
  year="2012",
  month="december",
  pages="160--165",
  publisher="WSEAS Press",
  type="conference paper"
}