Real Time Monitoring of Temperature of a Micro Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell
AbstractSilicon micro-hole arrays (Si-MHA) were fabricated as a gas diffusion layer (GDL) in a micro fuel cell using the micro-electro-mechanical-systems (MEMS) fabrication technique. The resistance temperature detector (RTD) sensor was integrated with the GDL on a bipolar plate to measure the temperature inside the fuel cell. Experimental results demonstrate that temperature was generally linearly related to resistance and that accuracy and sensitivity were within 0.5 °C and 1.68×10-3/°C, respectively. The best experimental performance was 9.37 mW/cm2 at an H2/O2 dry gas flow rate of 30/30 SCCM. Fuel cell temperature during operation was 27 °C, as measured using thermocouples in contact with the backside of the electrode. Fuel cell operating temperature measured in situ was 30.5 °C.
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Lee, C.-Y.; Lee, S.-J.; Hu, Y.-C.; Shih, W.-P.; Fan, W.-Y.; Chuang, C.-W. Real Time Monitoring of Temperature of a Micro Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell. Sensors 2009, 9, 1423-1432.
Lee C-Y, Lee S-J, Hu Y-C, Shih W-P, Fan W-Y, Chuang C-W. Real Time Monitoring of Temperature of a Micro Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell. Sensors. 2009; 9(3):1423-1432.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lee, Chi-Yuan; Lee, Shuo-Jen; Hu, Yuh-Chung; Shih, Wen-Pin; Fan, Wei-Yuan; Chuang, Chih-Wei. 2009. "Real Time Monitoring of Temperature of a Micro Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell." Sensors 9, no. 3: 1423-1432.