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School Presentation Adapted From 'Engineering Masterclasses' given for the Royal Institution / Royal Academy of Engineering. …

School Presentation Adapted From 'Engineering Masterclasses' given for the Royal Institution / Royal Academy of Engineering.

This presentation given to Hawthorn High School, Pontypridd as part of the Mid Glamorgan Business Education Partnership.

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  • 1. This presentation is extracted from a resource created for the Royal Institution / Royal Academy of Engineering ‘Engineering Masterclass’  programme. Featuring images from ‘Fuel Cell Projects for the Evil Genius’ and ‘Run Your Diesel Vehicle on Biofuels’
  • 2. The Fuel Cell is not a  new concept. The first  fuel cell was developed  in 1845 by the Welsh  scientist Sir William  Robert Grove. Diagram of Grove’s Original Fuel Cell A fuel cell converts  Remember! chemical energy to  Catalysts are not used or  consumed in a reaction – a  electrical energy using  catalyst increases the rate of a  the process of catalysis. chemical reaction. 
  • 3. • Where did Sir William Robert Grove the  inventor of the Fuel Cell come from? • Using the process called electrolysis, what can  we split water into? • What does a fuel cell produce?
  • 4. •Paperback: 196 pages  •Publisher: McGraw‐Hill/TAB Electronics  •Language: English  •ISBN‐10: 0071496599  •ISBN‐13: 978‐0071496599  You can find more experiments with Fuel Cells, information about clean energy and information about how to take the learning in today’s masterclass forward in ‘Fuel Cells Projects for the Evil Genius’.