Fuel Cells in Automobiles UniTrain Course
Motorized vehicles (cars, trucks) produce large quantities of CO2. Despite considerable advancements, the internal combustion engine still has very high CO2 emission levels. It is therefore no surprise that engineers are seeking alternative drive concepts here. In this training system students get to know and understand this fascinating technology. One interesting drive concept involves the use of electrical drive motors in conjunction with a fuel cell.
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Training Topics:
  • Functional and operating principle of fuel cells
  • Recording the characteristics of a fuel cell
  • Learn to explain the electrochemical processes of electrolysis (Faraday’s first and second law)
  • Faraday’s laws and determining the energy efficiency of a fuel cell
  • Series and parallel configuration of fuel cells
  • Considerations regarding the power of fuel cells
  • Functional and operating principles of electrolysers
  • Recording the VI characteristic of the electrolyser
  • Faraday’s laws and determining the energy efficiency of an electrolyser
Product: Fuel Cells in Automobiles UniTrain Course
Product Code: SO4204-6M

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