Obtain fuel cell power in your classroom, lab, garage or in the palm of your hand!
This sourcebook will guide you into the world of fuel cell technology ... Easily construct fuel cells and generate hydrogen!
In The Brilliant Mind: Fuel Cell Experiments for a Bright Future, Colleen Spiegel, an internationally recognized fuel cell expert and author, provides detailed information about constructing, building and experimenting with hydrogen and fuel cell technology. The fuel cell stack projects described in this sourcebook will rival the performance of many commerical fuel cells on the market today.
Packed with over 150 schematics of hydrogen and fuel cell projects, this guide covers fuel cell MEA construction ... hydrogen fuel generation ...fuel cell stack design ... and much more. With complete, and easy-to-follow diagrams, The Brilliant Mind: Fuel Cell Experiments for a Bright Future offers:
Building fuel cell stacks using alternative materials such as foil and wire Creating new fuel cell technologies based upon simple materials Discovering the secrets to building MEAs Generating hydrogen using a solar-based electrolyzer Learning unconventional methods of producing hydrogen And much more!
Inside This Brilliant Fuel Cell Sourcebook
Introduction Creating hydrogen using solar panels Generating hydrogen using chemicals Constructing membrane electrode assemblies Making a microbial fuel cell Building a foil fuel cell Crafting a wire-based fuel cell Creating a planar fuel cell stack
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Colleen S. Spiegel is the founder of Clean Fuel Cell Energy, LLC, and a chemical engineer with a background in the chemical and electronics industry. Mrs. Spiegel has been an R&D manager and chemical engineer for more than 8 years, and has been an engineering consultant in the areas of design and modeling. She has worked in both research and process development, and was instrumental in establishing new ideas for several companies. She also is the author of Designing and Building Fuel Cells; (McGraw-Hill, 2007), and PEM Fuel Cell Modeling and Simulation Using MATLAB (Elsevier Science, 2008).
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