A Theoretical Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Model for System Controls and Stability Design

@inproceedings{Kopasakis2006ATS,
  title={A Theoretical Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Model for System Controls and Stability Design},
  author={George Kopasakis and Thomas E. Brinson and Sydni S. Credle and Ming Xu},
  year={2006}
}
As the aviation industry moves towards higher efficiency electrical power generation, all electric aircraft, or zero emissions and more quiet aircraft, fuel cells are sought as the technology that can deliver on these high expectations. The Hybrid Solid Oxide Fuel Cell system combines the fuel cell with a microturbine to obtain up to 70% cycle efficiency, and then distributes the electrical power to the loads via a power distribution system. The challenge is to understand the dynamics of this… CONTINUE READING

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