Ming Dao University, Taiwan
Scientific Tracks Abstracts: J Fundam Renewable Energy Appl
This study has developed and tested a 1-KW water cooled Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell Generator (PEMFCG) system. This system that provides 1 KW of electric power steadily at ~60Ã?Â°C has been tested under software monitory online via pure H2 and O2 recycling. The PEMFCG is equipped with two sets of gas-liquid dual-purpose compressors and H2/O2/H2O vapor separators. The water discharged from the separators is being used for continuous power generation. The PEMFCG will be disassembled and then reassembled in an Underwater Vehicle (UV) prototype for performance retest under actual operating environment.
Nai-Chein Shih completed his PhD from University of Cranfield, UK. He is now the Chairman of Chinese Academy of Science and Education, 2017 – Present. He has his specializations in Hydrogen technology and fuel cell power generation system (PLC control and IC control), Business management and energy product engineering and development.