Communications Book of the IV National Congress of Fuel Cells – CONAPPICE 2010 –
This Book includes the papers presented at the IV National Congress of Fuel Cells, CONAPPICE 2010, which have been accepted by the Scientific Committee, which expresses its congratulations to the authors for the quality of the same, a living sample of the scientific-technological level that is being achieved in our country.
The theme of CONAPPICE 2010 reviews the basic aspects of technology, from the electrochemical conversion of chemical energy into electrical and thermal energy, the materials used in the different technologies, the development of the necessary components, their assembly and measurement of experimental performance achieved, including aspects of development and technological innovation, such as the operation of auxiliary devices and systems in mobile, portable and stationary applications of different power ranges.
Two sessions were devoted to High Temperature Fuel Cells that collected the presentation of 12 jobs all related to solid oxide fuel cells. The largest number of communications (43) were presented in the four sessions devoted to Low Temperature Fuel Cells (PEMFC, DMFC, DAFC). Hydrogen Technology was dedicated three sessions with a total of 23 communications. Under the heading of Systems, 16 papers were presented grouped into three sessions. Finally, in the session dedicated to the Industry 9 communications were presented.
The book also includes a summary of two of the invited conferences: Development of nanostructured materials in reactions for low-temperature fuel cells (Nicolás Alonso Vante, Univ. Poitiers, France) and The UK Supergen Fuel Cell Consortium Project (Alan Atkinson , Imperial College, United Kingdom).
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