Modeling Solid Oxide Fuel Cells: Methods, Procedures and Techniques by Roberto BoveModeling Solid Oxide Fuel Cells: Methods, Procedures and Techniques by Roberto Bove

Modeling Solid Oxide Fuel Cells: Methods, Procedures and Techniques

EditorRoberto Bove, S. Ubertini

Paperback | November 21, 2014

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This book fills the need for a practical reference for all scientists and graduate students who are seeking to define a mathematical model for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) simulation. Structured in two parts, part one presents the basic theory, and the general equations describing SOFC operation phenomena. Part two deals with the application of the theory to practical examples, where different SOFC geometries, configurations, and different phenomena are analyzed in detail.

Title:Modeling Solid Oxide Fuel Cells: Methods, Procedures and TechniquesFormat:PaperbackPublished:November 21, 2014Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9400796102

ISBN - 13:9789400796102

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Part 1. Modeling principles Basics of SOFC, by T. Malkow (European Commission, JRC Institute for Energy) Understanding before modeling: thermodynamics of fuel cells, by W. Winkler and P. Nehter (Hamburg Applied Science University) Mathematical models: a general overview, by S. Ubertini (University of Rome 'Tor Vergata'), R. Bove (European Commission, JRC Institute for Energy) Part 2. Single cell, stack and system models Part 2 introduction (R. Bove, S. Ubertini) CFD-based results for selected planar and micro-tubular single cell designs, by L. Andreassi, S. Ubertini (University of Rome 'Tor Vergata'), R. Bove (European Commission, JRC Institute for Energy), N.M. Sammes (University of Connecticut) From a single cell to a stack model, by Ismail B. Celik and Suryanarayana R. Pakalapati (West Virginia University Morgantown) IP-SOFC model, by S. Grosso, L. Repetto and P. Costamagna (University of Genoa) Tubular cells and stacks, by V. Verda, C. Ciano (Politecnico di Torino, Italy) Modeling of Combined SOFC and Turbine Power Systems, by E. Liese, J. VanOsdol, D. Tucker, R. Gemmen (DOE, National Energy Technology Laboratory), M. L. Ferrari (University of Genoa) Dynamic Modeling of Fuel Cells, by R. Gemmen (DOE, National Energy Technology Laboratory) Integrated numerical modeling of SOFCs (Mechanical proprieties and stress analyses), by H. Yakabe, Tokyo Gas