A 15 billion dollar market awaits companies prepped to profit from the immediate need for long-running transportable power
Little Gas Cells(sm) for Portable Applications Collection features all 9 versions of the Small Gas Cells publications. With over 175 chapters, these reports have the most recent information readily available with complete stories, graphes, charts and data that you will locate in no publication of its kind.
Chapter 1 – 9th Edition
Procedures and Devices for Creating Effective Hybrid Systems
Roger A. Dougal, POSTGRADUATE DEGREE, Professor of Electrical Design, VTB Task Director, University of South Carolina
Design of gas cell and battery hybrid systems requires combination of highly interdisciplinary sub-systems involving every little thing from electrochemistry and power electronics to fluid and heat transfer. The layout procedure can be streamlined by the application of ideal multidisciplinary style devices. This presentation will explain methods for hybrid system layout and illustrate those approaches with instance systems that have been verified in equipment.
Chapter 2 – 9th Edition
Direct Borohydride Gas Cells: A Story Course of Gas Cell – Battery Hybrid Technology
Gennadi Finkelshtain, Principal Technical Policeman, Medis Technologies
Medis Technologies’ Direct Borohydride Gas Cells (DBFC) offers an engaging alternative to the conventional gas cell chemical makes up. Medis has actually introduced its very first consumer product, the Medis 24/7 Power Pack, based on an unfamiliar approach, including exclusive chemical make up and assembly modern technologies. We will supply an overview Power Pack product, including efficiency, production modern technology and chemistry.
Medis has created a 2nd generation hybridized version of our Power Group and we will provide an overview of our hybridization procedure, including a summary of the performance perks created by hybridization.
Chapter 3 – 9th Edition
Recognition and Characterization of Near-Term Commercial Markets for PEM Fuel Cells in Mobile Applications
Kathleen Judd, Elder Research Researcher, Pacific Northwest National Lab / Battelle Memorial Principle
In a research for the U.S. Department of Energy, TV broadcasting camcorder were recognized as a near-term opportunity for compact direct hydrogen PEM fuel cells. A technological comparison of PEM fuel cells and contending battery choices was carried out for TV broadcasting video cameras. The comparison consists of a lifecycle cost analysis of gas cell and battery technologies (lithium ion and nickel cadmium) under different use circumstances for TELEVISION broadcasting camcorder. A level of sensitivity study was additionally executed to show the variability in ordinary annual system cost as personal aspects (e.g. cost, durability of the gas cell) are varied while various other aspects are held constant. A worth proposition was specified for this market based upon the general market, economic, and modern technology analyses.