Title Feasibility of solid oxide fuel cell dynamic hydrogen coproduction to meet building

@inproceedings{Shaffer2013TitleFO,
  title={Title Feasibility of solid oxide fuel cell dynamic hydrogen coproduction to meet building},
  author={Brendan Shaffer and Jacob Michiel Brouwer},
  year={2013}
}
A dynamic internal reforming-solid oxide fuel cell system model is developed and used to simulate the coproduction of electricity and hydrogen while meeting the measured dynamic load of a typical southern California commercial building. The simulated direct internal reforming-solid oxide fuel cell (DIR-SOFC) system is controlled to become an electrical load following device that well follows the measured building load data (3-s resolution). The feasibility of the DIR-SOFC system to meet the… CONTINUE READING

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