Degradation Effects on PEM Fuel Cells Supplied with Hydrogen from a LOHC System


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Liquid organic hydrogen carriers (LOHC) are a promising form to store hydrogen. However, the process of dehydrogenation has to be demonstrated for applications with proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells which require very pure hydrogen. Here we document the measured degradation effects due to CO contamination on a PEM fuel cell that is supplied with hydrogen from a LOHC and we want to use later in a maritime application.



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Pupong Pongcharoen




T. Luschtinetz et al., "Degradation Effects on PEM Fuel Cells Supplied with Hydrogen from a LOHC System", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 839, pp. 165-169, 2016

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June 2016




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