High temperature PEM fuel cells is a highly attractive and efficient energy conversion technology. Even though the HTPEMFC is moving towards commercial breakthrough, improvements of different components of the HTPEMFC is required and an increased and detailed understanding of electrochemical performance and durability for the membrane electrolyte assembly (MEA) is important.
The objective of this project is to use
Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) to investigate how alteration of
different MEA components and operating conditions such as reactant partial
pressure, humidification, temperature etc., affect the performance. Additional
objective is to develop a method and tools for rapid data analysis using
suitable open source software.
The project will a joint project with Danish Power Systems (www.daposy.dk) and DTU Energy.
As a student you are very welcome to contact both supervisor at Danish Power Systems Søren Primdahl (email@example.com) or supervisor at DTU Energy Johan Hjelm (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Anne Hauch (email@example.com) and
In collaboration withSøren Primdahl (firstname.lastname@example.org)