James Hinebaugh

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Synchrotron X-ray radiography on beamline 05B1-1 at the Canadian Light Source Inc. was employed to study dynamic liquid water transport in the porous electrode materials of polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells. Dynamic liquid water distributions were quantified for each radiograph in a sequence, and non-physical liquid water measurements were obtained.(More)
Synchrotron X-ray radiography, due to its high temporal and spatial resolutions, provides a valuable means for understanding the in operando water transport behaviour in polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells. The purpose of this study is to address the specific artefact of imaging sample movement, which poses a significant challenge to synchrotron-based(More)
Pore network modeling is a widely used technique for simulating multiphase transport in porous materials, but there are very few software options available. This work outlines the OpenPNM package that was jointly developed by several porous media research groups to help address this gap. OpenPNM is written in Python using NumPy and SciPy for most(More)
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