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IET - THE ELECTRIC CAR: DEVELOP - THE ELECTRIC CAR: DEVELOPMENT AND FUTURE OF BATTERY, HYBRID AND FUEL-CELL CARS Organization: IET
Date: 2001-01-01
Description: Considerable work has gone into electric car and battery development in the last ten years, with the prospect of substantial improvements in range and performance in battery cars as well as in hybrids and those using fuel cells. The book comprehensively covers this important subject and will be of particular interest to engineers working on electric vehicle design, development and use, as well as managers interested in the key business factors vital for the successful transfer of electric cars into the mass market.
SAE/TP - 2008-01-2854 - COMPARISON OF FOUR FUEL CELL BATTERY HYBRID POWERTRAINS IN BUS APPLICATIONS Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2008-11-11
Description: In one scenario, the anticipated lifecycle costs of a fuel cell battery dominant hybrid bus are shown to be less than that of a conventional diesel bus.
MODUK - DEF STAN 61-17 - THE SELECTION AND INTRODUCTION OF BATTERIES AND FUEL CELLS FOR SERVICE USE - ISSUE 5: 05/2009 Organization: MODUK
Date: 2009-05-30
Description: Demonstrating the suitability of an in-service battery to meet the performance requirements of a new equipment type.
MODUK - DEF STAN 61-23: SUPP 1 - GENERIC FUEL CELL SUPPLEMENT 1 METHANOL FUEL CELL SYSTEM - ISSUE 1: 02/2011 Organization: MODUK
Date: 2011-02-25
Description: This supplementary standard defines the Environment and Performance tests for a Self Contained Man Worn Man Portable Methanol Fuel Cell System (MWMPMFC) here after referenced as the fuel cell. This system will operate without the need for an external hybridised battery or other energy source and will be limited to providing dc outputs that do not exceed 60V d.c. and power output that does not exceed 240 watts.
ASME PTC 50 - FUEL CELL POWER SYSTEMS PERFORMANCE Organization: ASME
Date: 2002-11-29
Description: It does not address the performance of specif c subsystems nor does it apply to energy storage systems, such as regenerative fuel cells or batteries. It also does not address emissions, reliability, safety issues, or endurance.
DSF/FPREN 62282-3-201 - FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGIES - PART 3-201: STATIONARY FUEL CELL POWER SYSTEMS - PERFORMANCE TEST METHODS FOR SMALL FUEL CELL POWER SYSTEMS Organization: DS
Description: This part of IEC 62282 provides test methods for the electric/thermal and environmental performance of small stationary fuel cell power systems that meet the following criteria:• output: rated electric power output of less than 10 kW;• output mode: grid-connected/independent operation or stand-alone operation with single-phase AC output or 3-phase AC output not exceeding 1 000 V, or DC output not exceeding 1 500 V; NOTE - The limit to 1 000 V comes from the definition for "low voltage" given in IEV 601-01-26.
CENELEC - EN 62282-3-201 - FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGIES - PART 3-201: STATIONARY FUEL CELL POWER SYSTEMS - PERFORMANCE TEST METHODS FOR SMALL FUEL CELL POWER SYSTEMS Organization: CENELEC
Date: 2013-09-01
Description: • operating pressure: maximum allowable working pressure of less than 0,1 MPa (gauge) for the fuel and oxidant passages; • fuel: gaseous fuel (natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas, propane, butane, hydrogen, etc.) or liquid fuel (kerosene, methanol, etc.); • oxidant: air. This standard covers fuel cell power systems whose primary purpose is the production of electric power and whose secondary purpose may be the utilization of by-product heat.
CEI EN 62282-3-201 - FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGIES PART 3-201: STATIONARY FUEL CELL POWER SYSTEMS - PERFORMANCE TEST METHODS FOR SMALL FUEL CELL POWER SYSTEMS Organization: CEI
Date: 2014-04-01
Description: This part of IEC 62282 provides test methods for the electric/thermal and environmental performance of small stationary fuel cell power systems that meet the following criteria: output: nominal electric power output of less than 10 kW; output mode: grid-connected/independent operation or stand-alone operation with single-phase AC output or 3-phase AC output not exceeding 1 000 V, or DC output not exceeding 1 500 V; NOTE The limit to 1 000 V comes from the definition for "low voltage" given in IEV 601-01-26.
WILEY - FUEL CELL SYS EXPLN - FUEL CELL SYSTEMS EXPLAINED 2ND EDITION Organization: WILEY
Date: 2003-01-01
Description: A clear overview of fuel cell operation and thermodynamics Coverage of the complete fuel cell system including compressors, turbines, and the electrical and electronic sub-systems such as regulators, inverters, grid inter-ties, electric motors, and hybrid fuel cell/battery systems. Assuming no prior knowledge of fuel cell chemistry, this reference comprehensively brings together all of the key topics encompassed by this diverse field.
SAE/TP - 2007-01-3906 - THE BOEING FUEL CELL DEMONSTRATOR AIRPLANE Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2007-09-17
Description: The original engine of the motorglider has been replaced by a hybrid power system, which feeds a brushless DC electrical motor that rotates a variable pitch propeller. The hybrid fuel cell/battery propulsion system combines lithium-ion batteries with a proton exchange membrane fuel cell, which runs on compressed hydrogen gas as fuel and pressurized air as oxidant.
CENELEC - EN 62282-5-1 - FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGIES - PART 5-1: PORTABLE FUEL CELL POWER SYSTEMS - SAFETY Organization: CENELEC
Date: 2012-11-01
Description: This standard does not apply to portable fuel cell power systems that are a) permanently connected (hard wired) to the electrical distribution system, b) permanently connected to a utility fuel distribution system, c) exporting power to the grid, d) for propulsion of road vehicles, e) intended to be used on board passenger aircraft Fuel cells that provide battery charging for hybrid vehicles where the battery provides power and energy for propulsion of the vehicle are not included in the scope of this standard The following fuels and fuel feedstocks are considered within the scope of this standard: • natural gas; • liquefied petroleum gas, such as propane and butane; • liquid alcohols, for example methanol, • ethanol; • gasoline; • diesel; • kerosene; • hydrogen; • metals (e.g.
IEC 62282-5-1 - FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGIES – PART 5-1: PORTABLE FUEL CELL POWER SYSTEMS – SAFETY - EDITION 2.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2012-09-01
Description: This standard does not apply to portable fuel cell power systems that are a) permanently connected (hard wired) to the electrical distribution system, b) permanently connected to a utility fuel distribution system, c) exporting power to the grid, d) for propulsion of road vehicles, e) intended to be used on board passenger aircraft. Fuel cells that provide battery charging for hybrid vehicles where the battery provides power and energy for propulsion of the vehicle are not included in the scope of this standard The following fuels and fuel feedstocks are considered within the scope of this standard: • natural gas; • liquefied petroleum gas, such as propane and butane; • liquid alcohols, for example methanol, ethanol; • gasoline; • diesel; • kerosene; • hydrogen; • metals (e.g.
CEI EN 62282-5-1 - FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGIES PART 5-1: PORTABLE FUEL CELL POWER SYSTEMS - SAFETY Organization: CEI
Date: 2013-07-01
Description: This standard does not apply to portable fuel cell power systems that are a) permanently connected (hard wired) to the electrical distribution system, b) permanently connected to a utility fuel distribution system, c) exporting power to the grid, d) for propulsion of road vehicles, e) intended to be used on board passenger aircraft. Fuel cells that provide battery charging for hybrid vehicles where the battery provides power and energy for propulsion of the vehicle are not included in the scope of this standard The following fuels and fuel feedstocks are considered within the scope of this standard: - natural gas; - liquefied petroleum gas, such as propane and butane; - liquid alcohols, for example methanol, ethanol; - gasoline; - diesel; - kerosene - hydrogen; - metals (e.g.
SAE TU-001 - IMPACTING RAPID HYDROGEN FUEL CELL ELECTRIC VEHICLE (FCEV) COMMERCIALIZATION - TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: SAE
Date: 2016-02-19
Description: Preface Fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) powered by proton-exchange membrane fuel cells (PEMFCs) and fueled by hydrogen offer the promise of zero emissions with excellent driving range of 300–400 miles and fast refueling times of less than ve minutes—two major advantages over battery electric vehicles (BEVs).
SAE/TP - 2008-01-2914 - A GENERAL AVIATION AIRCRAFT RETROFIT WITH A PEM FUEL CELL Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2008-11-11
Description: Lower bounds for useful load and range are set in such a way that the results can be useful in determining how much improvement in the technology would be required to power a useful general aviation vehicle. It is seen that even at the predicted 2015 fuel cell technology level (per US Department of Energy projections), PEM systems would still be infeasible for this vehicle due to low specific power.
SAE/TP - 2007-01-3930 - DEVELOPMENT OF A SMALL LONG ENDURANCE HYBRID PEM FUEL CELL POWERED UAV Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2007-09-17
Description: A 150-Watt PEM fuel cell, augmented by a 60 Watt, 350-mAH lithium ion battery pack, powers an aerodynamically efficient composite airframe constructed of carbon and fiberglass. The battery provides additional power for takeoff and climb while the fuel cell powers cruise conditions.
SAE/TP - 2011-01-2522 - A FUEL CELL BASED PROPULSION SYSTEM FOR GENERAL AVIATION AIRCRAFT: THE ENFICA-FC EXPERIENCE Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2011-10-18
Description: Moreover temperature control of PEM fuel cell is extremely important for a correct employment of the cell itself and, since the fuel cell is the main power generating device on the aircraft (batteries are however present as emergency back-up), temperature control becomes a very important safety issue too.
UL 2267 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY FUEL CELL POWER SYSTEMS FOR INSTALLATION IN INDUSTRIAL ELECTRIC TRUCKS - SECOND EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2013-03-27
Description: These requirements cover fuel cell power systems intended to be installed in Type E or Type CGH industrial trucks used in locations as defined in the Standard for Powered Industrial Trucks, Including Type Designations, Areas of Use, Conversions, Maintenance, and Operation, NFPA 505, the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, and the Standard for Electric-Battery-Powered Industrial Trucks, UL 583. The fuel cell power systems covered by this standard are anticipated for use as described in the: • Safety Standard for Low Lift and High Lift Trucks, ANSI/ITSDF B56.1; • Safety Standard for Guided Industrial Vehicles and Automated Functions of Manned Industrial Vehicles, ANSI/ITSDF B56.5; • Safety Standard for Rough Terrain Forklift Trucks, ANSI/ITSDF B56.6; • Safety Standard for Industrial Crane Trucks, ANSI/ITSDF B56.7; • Safety Standard for Personnel and Burden Carriers, ANSI/ITSDF B56.8; • Safety Standard for Operator Controlled Industrial Tow Tractors, ANSI/ITSDF B56.9; and the • Safety Standard for Manually Propelled High Lift Industrial Trucks, ANSI/ITSDF B56.10, as applicable to the intended truck.
SAE/TP - 2010-01-1776 - INTEGRATION OF A MICROTUBULAR SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELL INTO A MINI-UAV: DESIGN AND SIMULATION OF POWER SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2010-11-02
Description: Solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) operate at a sufficiently high temperature to allow some flexibility in fuel source; in particular microtubular solid oxide fuel cell (mSOFC) stacks have been developed that run on methane and propane, gases that are easier to store and more readily available than hydrogen. mSOFC technology also offers the potential for higher efficiencies than PEMFCs.
IET - ELECTROCHEMICAL POWER SOU - ELECTROCHEMICAL POWER SOURCES: PRIMARY AND SECONDARY BATTERIES Organization: IET
Date: 1980-01-01
Description: The book has 7 chapters and the first chapter deals with primary and secondary batteries which includes fuel cells and metal-air cells, the second chapter deals with definitions and basic principles, third chapter deals with primary batteries for civilian use, forth chapter deals with lead-acid storage batteries, the fifth chapter deals with alkaline storage batteries, sixth chapter deals with high temperature batteries and seventh chapter deals with room temperature cells with solid electrolytes.

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