temperature PEM fuel cells is a highly attractive and
efficient energy conversion technology. As the HTPEMFC technology is
moving towards commercial breakthrough, it becomes increasingly important to enable thorough and efficient analysis of the electrochemical performance and durability of the HTPEMFC and to be able to ensure reliability and reproducibility of the PEM fuel cells.
The objective of this project is to
create an efficient way to treat, visualise and compare the large quantities of
raw data from electrochemical testing of high temperature PEM membrane electrolyte assemblies (MEAs), including e.g. quality
assurance, uncertainty analysis and statistics.
You are very to contact supervisors at Danish Power Systems (www.daposy.dk), contact person and Søren Primdahl (firstname.lastname@example.org) or supervisor at DTU Energy Johan Hjelm (email@example.com) and Anne Hauch (firstname.lastname@example.org)
In collaboration withSøren Primdahl (email@example.com)