Institute for Chemical Technology and Polymer Chemistry

ENTFÄLLT IM SS 2020: Fuel Cells: between hydrogen and electricity

  • type: Vorlesung (V)
  • semester: SS 2020
  • time: 20.04.2020
    08:00 - 09:30 wöchentlich
    11.21 Raum 006
    11.21 Chemische Technik


    27.04.2020
    08:00 - 09:30 wöchentlich
    11.21 Raum 006
    11.21 Chemische Technik

    04.05.2020
    08:00 - 09:30 wöchentlich
    11.21 Raum 006
    11.21 Chemische Technik

    11.05.2020
    08:00 - 09:30 wöchentlich
    11.21 Raum 006
    11.21 Chemische Technik

    18.05.2020
    08:00 - 09:30 wöchentlich
    11.21 Raum 006
    11.21 Chemische Technik

    25.05.2020
    08:00 - 09:30 wöchentlich
    11.21 Raum 006
    11.21 Chemische Technik

    08.06.2020
    08:00 - 09:30 wöchentlich
    11.21 Raum 006
    11.21 Chemische Technik

    15.06.2020
    08:00 - 09:30 wöchentlich
    11.21 Raum 006
    11.21 Chemische Technik

    22.06.2020
    08:00 - 09:30 wöchentlich
    11.21 Raum 006
    11.21 Chemische Technik

    29.06.2020
    08:00 - 09:30 wöchentlich
    11.21 Raum 006
    11.21 Chemische Technik

    06.07.2020
    08:00 - 09:30 wöchentlich
    11.21 Raum 006
    11.21 Chemische Technik

    13.07.2020
    08:00 - 09:30 wöchentlich
    11.21 Raum 006
    11.21 Chemische Technik

    20.07.2020
    08:00 - 09:30 wöchentlich
    11.21 Raum 006
    11.21 Chemische Technik


  • lecturer: Dr. Julian Dailly
    Prof. Dr. Olaf Deutschmann
  • sws: 2
  • lv-no.: 5446

Fuel Cells: between hydrogen and electricity

Sommersemester 2020

Die Vorlesung "Fuel Cells: between hydrogen and electricity" muss leider im Sommersemester 2020 komplett entfallen; sie wird auch nicht in digitaler Form angeboten.

 

 

 

Lecturer:

Dr. Julian Dailly

 

Content:

This lecture deals with the transversal subject “Fuel Cells”. From the actual energy context through the manufacture and characterizations of Fuel Cells, it covers different approaches (thermodynamic, electrochemical, environmental …) to fully discover and understand those devices.

The thermodynamic and electrochemical properties will be described to highlight the place of the Fuel Cells in the future energetic mix. Focused on high temperature systems, the learning of manufacturing processes, characterizations and modelling will be approached using concrete examples from laboratories and industries. A specific part is dedicated to the hydrogen vector, one of the key advantages of Fuel Cells.

 

  1. Introduction
  2. General energy context
    1. Environmental context
    2. Energy resources and consumption
    3. Renewables and energy transition
  3. Hydrogen
    1. History and properties
    2. Production and consumption
  4. Fuel Cells
    1. History and Generalities
    2. Technologies of Fuel Cells
    3. High temperature Fuel Cells
      1. SOFC
      2. PCFC
  5. Manufacture of high temperature Fuel Cells
    1. Synthesis of powders
    2. Manufacture of substrates
    3. Coating of thin layers
  6. Characterizations of high temperature Fuel Cells
    1. Physic-chemical characterizations
    2. Electrochemical characterizations
  7. Modelling of high temperature Fuel Cells
  8. Visit of the ENERMAT laboratory or a Refuelling station

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