Hydrogen Fuel Cell 1000Watt

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fuel cells are upgraded version fuel cell of PhyX series with better perfromance in stability and durability.

fuel cell system is a highly integrated fuel cell system with compact design, who includes: fuel cell stack, fans, IC board and electromagnetive valve. 3000W is a suitable power for the mobile applications, for instance PC,

motorcycle and backup power system.

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Q:Non renewable energy resources include all of the following EXCEPT?
Strictly speaking, the answer is E) none of the above. Fuel cells are made of things like platinum and proton exchange membranes derived from petroleum feedstocks. So the fuel cells themselves are made from non-renewable sources. However, the fuel cell itself isn't the energy resource, any more than is the engine you burn the gasoline. The hydrogen used to run the fuel cell is the resource. So let's rewrite the question so that it's asking what its asker presumably intended, and make it say B) hydrogen instead. The answer it still E) none of the above. Ideally, you can get H2 from water, which is what the H2 turns into when you run it through the cell, so it would be renewable if that's what we actually did. But we don't. We still get H2 by heating the crap out of non-renewable fossil fuels, usually using non-renewable energy to run the reaction. So right now, hydrogen isn't renewable. Eventually it will be, but we need to invent far more efficient photovoltaic colar cells first. And before we can use it as a competitive energy source, we still need to increase efficiency and lower the cost of the fuel cells, and dramatically improve hydrogen storage capacity. Whoever asked you the question thinks the answer is B). You should point out that the question needs to be rewritten before that's actually true, and that simply waving your hands and saying hydrogen renewable good is a gross oversimplification of what's actually going on in an energy economy.
Q:how fuel cells are made?
when they are recombined they take up a lower energy state, so a little bit of electrical energy is released.
Q:how do i install a fuel cell?
You,ll need to run a hard line from the trunk to the engineAll fuel cells use standard ansi fittingsYou can get those through jegs or summitt.It,s really easy,you,ll need steel baided lines then you,ll just clamp them to the hard line under the carI did the same thing with my 67 plymouth!!! Mopars Rule!!!
Q:serious fuel cell advice wanted, no babble about how it doesnt work. ive seen it work, you people dont know.
The gas sensors may be changed to the same sensors used in electrolyctic oxygen generators. For instance, if you replace an oxygen sensor with a hydrogen sensor, it will trick the computer into thinking that it is reading oxygen, and thus, in the same manner, will decrease or increase fuel flow to adapt to the change. If you are placing a fuel cell in conjunction with a gasoline engine, you may have to change the computer's parameters, which can be done with the correct connection and an override code. When I was on submarines I wondered why somebody hasn't used this technology for cars, since it has been around since the fifties Subs have been shocking water to make oxygen ever since nuclear reactors have been around. Anyway, good luck,,,
Q:What is hydrogen energy?
In a flame of pure hydrogen gas, burning in air, the hydrogen (H2) reacts with oxygen (O2) to form water (H2O) and heat. It does not produce other chemical by-products, except for a small amount of nitrogen oxides. Hence a key feature of hydrogen as a fuel is that it is relatively non-polluting (since water is not a pollutant). Pure hydrogen does not occur naturally; it takes energy to manufacture it. Once manufactured it is an energy carrier (i.e. a store for energy first generated by other means). The energy is eventually delivered as heat when the hydrogen is burned. The heat in a hydrogen flame is a radiant emission from the newly formed water molecules. The water molecules are in an excited state on initial formation and then transition to a ground state, the transition unleashing thermal radiation. When burning in air, the temperature is roughly 2000°C. Hydrogen fuel can provide motive power for cars, boats and aeroplanes, portable fuel cell applications or stationary fuel cell applications, which can power an electric motor. A fuel cell is an electrochemical cell that converts energy from a fuel into electrical energy. Electricity is generated from the reaction between a fuel supply and an oxidizing agent. The reactants flow into the cell, and the reaction products flow out of it, while the electrolyte remains within it. Fuel cells can operate continuously as long as the necessary reactant and oxidant flows are maintained.
Q:How do a mechanical engineer involve in fuel cell development?
Engineering disciplines overlap. And all of them take the same classes in the first two years. calculus 1-4, chemistry 1-2 with labs, physics 1-2 including electricity and magnetism. All types of engineers can work in fuel cell development because all engineers have the similar knowledge from taking those core classes. As an Industrial Engineer, I have worked as a mechanical engineer, chemical engineer, environmental engineer, process engineer, manufacturing engineer, and I was offered a job to work as a civil engineer, but turned it down. My friend in mechanical engineering ended up getting his first job as a computer engineer. My friend in bio engineering also got her first job as a computer engineer. An engineer can work as any type of engineer, in any industry, with little to no training.
Q:What happens to the byproduct of hydrogen fuel cells in a space craft?
its exhuast, it cant be re collected, at least not 100 percent a rocket engine runs on liquid oxygen, and hydrogen gas, when the burn its like burning gasoline but stronger and it has no carbon. its an external combustion engine though, that means all the reaction takes place outside the engine, or that the energy is vented straight out of the engine so all exhuast is just left, they could use some type of collector i suppose to reclaim the water, but it wouldnt be efficent
Q:physics - fuel cell problem?
(So you get a conspiracy theory as the 1st answer!) The simplest fuel cells use hydrogen as the fuel. There are two main problems with hydrogen. 1. Logistic: Hydrogen transport and storage is difficult. It can only be practically stored as -a liquid at very low temperature -a compressed gas at very high pressure -a hydride, which is a compound of some element with hydrogen which can easily be separated back into hydrogen and that element, but this is an exotic method 2. Efficiency: Generating hydrogen costs at least as much energy as the hydrogen yields as a fuel. It may be chemical energy, as in conversion (extraction of hydrogen from alcohol or petrochemicals), or electric energy as in electrolysis of water. Research on alternate methods such as biogeneration (e.g., using specialized bacteria) is ongoing. The advantage of course is that if the generation is done in a central plant, the byproducts (including waste heat, that would be discarded in small-scale operation can be economically collected and used. Still, the use of hydrogen does not reduce the input energy requirement for a given energy output.
Q:Do fuel cells hold a formidable advantage over liquid hydrogen kept at harsh below freezing temperatures ?
hydrogen fuel cells operate more efficiently than hydrogen internal combustion engines, and you don't have to store the hydrogen at liquid temperature. you can get a good range without using liquid hydrogen (at least in 10 years you can).
Q:What are the problems of using hydrogen as auto fuel?
Dont quote me, but i think that i read somewhere that hydrogen is highly flammable. We do have the technology. Helium and Ethanol on the other hand are better alternative fuels. Engines and cars round the world must be mondified to consume these alternative resources, which isnt so easy when there are a billion or so cars around the world. hope this helps
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