Polymer Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell

Fuel cells is an electrochemical energy conversion device which convert energy from chemical reactions into electrical energy in an efficient, clean and quiet manner.
This is typically 2 to 3 times more efficient than an internal combustion engine in converting fuel to power. This seminar report focuses on
"Polymer exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells" or proton exchange membrane fuel cells. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email
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 The polymer layer is the PEMFC's center. To be actualized in the power module it must include specific attributes, for example, high proton conductivity,
must be an effective boundary to forestall blending in the middle of fuel and the oxidant, and must be artificially and mechanically stable.