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The use of hydrogen-rich gas obtained from dark fermentation of molasses from sugar industry for fueling a fuel cell

Piela, Piotr and Tokarz, Wojciech and Kaźmierczak, Wiktor and Detman, Anna and Sikora, Anna and Piotrowski, Jan (2016) The use of hydrogen-rich gas obtained from dark fermentation of molasses from sugar industry for fueling a fuel cell. Przemysł Chemiczny, 95 (5). pp. 993-999.

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Abstract

Polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell was supplied with air and a H2-rich gas obtained by microbial fermentation of molasses from the sugar industry. The energy conversion performance in the fuel cell was examd. under various conditions, including minimum energy input necessary for the prepn. of the gaseous reagents (without pre-cleaning of the fermentation gas, at low airflow, without pressurizing the reagents, and at low fuel cell temp.). The H2 conversion degree was near 100% but decreased even down to 40% during the fuel cell operation time because of flooding of the anode.

Item Type:Article
Subjects:Q Science > QR Microbiology
ID Code:1577
Deposited By: Dr Anna Sikora
Deposited On:12 Oct 2018 10:00
Last Modified:12 Oct 2018 10:00

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