Fuel Cells: A Survey

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Technology Utilization Office, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1973 - Fuel cells - 106 pages
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"This book is an attempt to discuss fuel cells factually, and to describe their current status; many of the advances in technology have been carried out under NASA sponsorship. Problems as well as potentials are considered, and the changes with the use of various fuels are looked at. Potential users should be aware that there are no magic answers, yet fuel cells are a power source that could be more widely used. This is one of a series of publications dealing with specialized processes from the standpoint of their applications'and methodology. It is part of a program established by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to collect the results of aerospace-related research and to evaluate, organize and disseminate those results for the benefit of the industrial, educational, and public communities of the Nation."--Foreword.

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Contents

SUMMARY
1
DEVELOPMENT OF THE FUEL CELL
7
HOW THE FUEL CELL WORKS
13
THEORY INTO PRACTICE
19
DOWN TO EARTH
41
FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGY STATEOFTHEART
53
APPLICATIONS OF FUEL CELLS
65
REFERENCES
97
Appendix A SOURCES OF FURTHER INFORMATION
105

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