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2.3 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
This Research focuses on the design and development of a single alkaline fuel cell test bed facility. The paper also makes reference to problems and solutions encountered during construction that resulted in a more effective fuel cell and operating system. As a sustainable and clean alternative energy option, fuel cell technology has the potential to provide electrical power for stationary and mobile applications. Hydrogen and fuel cell technologies are a viable long term energy solution, but to-date has failed to make a major impact on the energy market. Fuel Cells offer a sustainable energy options that can be cost effective and mass-produced.
Brunton, J.; Kennedy, D.; O'Rourke, F.; Coyle, E.; Design of a single alkaline fuel cell test bed. EEEIC: 9th. International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering, Prague, Czech Republic, 16-19 May, 2010. doi: 10.1109/EEEIC.2010.5490009