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    • By Tim Miesen, Luce Beucher, Matthias Pauly Fuel Cell
    • Table of contents
      • Definition
      • History
      • Fuel cell applicaitions
      • Types
      • Construction
      • Function
      • Informations
      • Examples of usage
        • Automobile (combination Solar Cell and Fuel Cell)‏
        • airscrew powered by Fuel Cell
    • Definition
        • A fuel cell is an electrochemical energy conversion device. A fuel cell converts the chemicals hydrogen and oxygen into water, and in the process it produces electricity.
    • History
    • History 1800 Today Johann Wilhelm Ritter discovered the electrolysis 1838 Christan Friedrich Schönwein and Wiliam Grove discovered the principle of Fuel cell 20. century 1959: 5kW and 15 kW fuel cell First it was called Gas voltiac battery
    • Fuel cell applications
    • Fuel cell submarien
    • Fuel cell vehicle
    • Types
        • Polymer exchange membrane fuel cell (PEMFC) ‏
        • Solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) ‏
        • Alkaline fuel cell (AFC) ‏
        • Molten-carbonate fuel cell (MCFC) ‏
        • Phosphoric-acid fuel cell (PAFC) ‏
        • Direct-methanol fuel cell (DMFC) ‏
    • Construction
    •  
    • Function of a fuel cell
    •  
    • Information
      • Efficiency
        • PEMFC -> about 64%
        • (Gas Engine -> about 20%)‏
      • Problems
        • Expensive materials
        • Temperature
        • Infrastructure
        • Durability(stable under cycling conditions)‏
    • Thanks for your attention
    • Questions?
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    • The end