In this paper, a real time fuel cell channel layer fluidic model is developed in two dimensions by a multi-thread real time finite element method. A graphic real time interface is used to show the pressure map of hydrogen, oxygen and water in anode and cathode by considering the fuel cell current and the stack temperature. After that, the real time… (More)

@article{Massonnat2014AMP,
title={A multi physical model for PEM fuel cells including a two dimensional fluidic finite element analysis in real time},
author={Pierre Massonnat and Fei Gao and Damien Paire and David Bouquain and Abdellatif Miraoui},
journal={2014 IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo (ITEC)},
year={2014},
pages={1-6}
}