Development of the next generation fuel cells and electrolyser cells in cooperation with research center Jülich
|Coordinator||Lunds universitet - Energivetenskaper|
|Funding from Vinnova||SEK 4 562 466|
|Project duration||July 2015 - May 2019|
Purpose and goal
This project enabled a better understanding of the twophase-multiscale-multiphysics transport and reaction phenomena within polymer electrolyte fuel cells and the result is published in 5 journal articles with MA as first author. Additionally, the results were presented at several conferences and MA also contributed as co-author in several journal articles.
Expected results and effects
Advanced models for two-phase flow inside polymer electrolyte fuel cells have been build and used for increased scientific understanding. Using the developed models on super commuters have resulted in publication of highly ranked journal papers. The possibility for the project leader to work in an high level international environment have enabled a promotion and extended his network significantly.
Planned approach and implementation
This project run between 2015.07 and 2019.03. Martin Andersson (project leader) has shared his working time between Lund University and FZ Jülich. Frequent travel have been made to enable activities and participation both at LU and FZJ. One of Europe´s largest computer clusters has been used for calculations related to this project. Results from this project have been presented at several conferences and workshops, which enabled many networking activities.