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2004 Annual Merit Review Proceedings

Fuel Cells

Below are presentations and posters from the fuel cells session at the 2004 Annual Merit Review, May 24-27, 2004 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Fuel Cell Presentations

Fuel Cell Technology (PDF 1.82 MB), Patrick Davis and Nancy Garland, Hydrogen, Fuel Cells & Infrastructure Technologies Program, DOE

Integrated Manufacturing for Advanced MEAs (PDF 860 KB), Emory S. De Castro, E-TEK Division, De Nora N.A., Inc.

Development of High-Temperature Membranes and Improved Cathode Catalysts (PDF 313 KB), Jeremy P. Meyers, UTC Fuel Cells

Advanced MEA's for Enhanced Operating Conditions, Amenable to High Volume Manufacture (PDF 855 KB), Mark K. Debe, 3M Company

Development of High-Performance, Low-Pt Cathodes Containing New Catalysts and Layer Structure (PDF 1.56 MB), Paolina Atanassova, Cabot Superior MicroPowders

High Temperature Polymer Membranes for Fuel Cells (PDF 969 KB), Thomas A. Zawodzinski, Case Western Reserve University

Electrodes for Hydrogen-Air Fuel Cells (PDF 2.21 MB), Francisco Uribe, Los Alamos National Laboratory

High-Temperature Polymer Membranes (PDF 615 KB), Deborah Myers, Argonne National Laboratory

Development of Polybenzimidazole-based, High Temperature Membrane and Electrode Assemblies for Stationary and Automotive Applications (PDF 529 KB), Rhonda Staudt, Plug Power

Enabling Commercial PEM Fuel Cells With Breakthrough Lifetime Improvements (PDF 1 MB), Jayson W. Bauman, DuPont Fuel Cells

MEA & Stack Durability for PEM Fuel Cells (PDF 243 KB), Mike Hicks, 3M Company

Development of a Low-Cost, Durable Membrane and MEA for Stationary and Mobile Fuel Cell Applications (PDF 727 KB), Scott Gaboury, Atofina Chemicals, Inc.

New Electrocatalysts For Fuel Cells (PDF 3.65 MB), Philip N. Ross, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Low-Pt Hydrous Metal Oxides for Oxygen Reduction at PEMFC Cathodes (PDF 718 KB), Karen Swider-Lyons, Naval Research Laboratory

Low Platinum Loading Catalysts (PDF 2.1 MB), Radoslav Adzic, Brookhaven National Laboratory

Development, Characterization and Evaluation of Transition Metal/ Chalcogen Based Cathode Catalysts for PEM Fuel Cells (PDF 296 KB), Stephen Campbell, Ballard Power Systems

Novel Approach to Non-Precious Metal Catalysts (PDF 385 KB), Radoslav T. Atanasoski, 3M Company

Novel Non-Precious Metals for PEMFC: Catalyst Selection Through Molecular Modeling and Durability Studies (PDF 6.38 MB), Branko N. Popov, University of South Carolina

Scale-Up of Carbon/Carbon Bipolar Plates (PDF 1.01 MB), David P. Haack, Porvair Fuel Cell Technology

Cost-Effective Surface Modification For Metallic Bipolar Plates (PDF 2.02 MB), P.F. Tortorelli, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Platinum Recycling Technology Development (PDF 936 KB), Stephen Grot, Ion Power, Inc.

Platinum Group Metal Technology Development (PDF 1.22 MB), Lawrence Shore, Engelhard Corporation

Advanced High Efficiency, Quick Start Fuel Processors for Transportation Application (PDF 897 KB), Prashant Chintawar, Nuvera

Fuel Processors for PEM Fuel Cells (PDF 1.57 MB), Levi Thompson, University of Michigan

Plate Based Fuel Processing System (PDF 957 KB), David Yee, Catalytica Energy Systems, Inc.

Quick Starting Fuel Processors-A Feasibility Study (PDF 1.56 MB), Shabbir Ahmed, Argonne National Laboratory

Development Status of a Rapid-Cold-Start, On-Board, Microchannel Steam Reformer (PDF 3.18 MB), Greg A. Whyatt, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Catalysts for Autothermal Reforming (PDF 1.08 MB), Theodore Krause, Argonne National Laboratory

Water Gas Shift Catalysis (PDF 1.39 MB), Theodore Krause, Argonne National Laboratory

Selective Catalytic Oxidation of Hydrogen Sulfide (PDF 658 KB), Viviane Schwartz, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Development of a 50kW Fuel Processor for Stationary Fuel Cell Applications Using Revolutionary Materials for Absorption-Enhanced Natural Gas Reforming (PDF 325 KB), Jim Stevens, ChevronTexaco Technology

Advanced Buildings PEM FC Project (PDF 2.26 MB), Arne LaVen, IdaTech, LLC

150 kW PEM Fuel Cell Power Plant Verification (PDF 915 KB), Tom Clark, UTC Fuel Cells, LLC

Back-up/Peak-Shaving Fuel Cells (PDF 1.16 MB), John Vogel, Plug Power

Economic Analysis of Stationary PEM Fuel Cell Systems (PDF 1.56 MB), Harry J. Stone, Battelle Memorial Institute

Fuel Cell Systems Analysis (PDF 404 KB), Rajesh Ahluwalia, Argonne National Laboratory

Development of a Thermal and Water Management (TWM) System for PEM Fuel Cells (PDF 1.12 MB), Chung Liu, Honeywell International, Inc.

Fiber Optic Sensors for Fuel Cell Applications (PDF 1 MB),Timothy J. McIntyre, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Atmospheric Fuel Cell Power System for Transportation (PDF 2.1 MB), Michael Tosca, UTC Power

Cost and Performance Enhancements for a PEM Fuel Cell Turbocompressor (PDF 403 KB), Mark K. Gee, Honeywell Engines, Systems & Services

Development and Test of the Toroidal Intersecting Vane Machine (TIVM) Air Management System (PDF 2.13 MB), Sterling Bailey, Mechanology, LLC

Development of Sensors for Automotive PEM-based Fuel Cells (PDF 1.97 MB), Brian Knight, UTC Fuel Cells

Sensor Development for PEM Fuel Cell Systems Annual Program Review (PDF 1.36 MB), Steve Magee, Honeywell International Sensing and Controls

Neutron Imaging Study of The Water Transport Mechanism In a Working Fuel Cell (PDF 2.25 MB), Muhammad Arif, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Microstructural Characterization of PEM Fuel Cells (PDF 6.01 MB), Karren More, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Stack Durability on Hydrogen and Reformate (PDF 2.21 MB), Rodney Borup, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Direct Methanol Fuel Cells (PDF 2.95 MB), Piotr Zelenay, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Modeling and Control of a Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Auxiliary Power Unit (PDF 2.36 MB), Moe Khaleel, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Bipolar Plate-Supported Solid Oxide Fuel Cell "TuffCell" (PDF 1.47 MB), Deborah Myers, Argonne National Laboratory

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Fuel Cell Posters

Fuel Cell Vehicle Systems Analysis (PDF 1.28 MB), Tony Markel, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Cost Analyses of Fuel Cell Stacks/Systems (PDF 540 KB), Erik J. Carlson, TIAX

Development of Novel CO2-Selective Membrane for H2 Purification (PDF 599 KB), W.S. Winston Ho, The Ohio State University

Microchannel Reformate Cleanup:Water Gas Shift and Preferential Oxidation (PDF 731 KB), Ward E. TeGrotenhuis, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Effects of Fuel Composition on Fuel Processing (PDF 437 KB), John P. Kopasz, Argonne National Laboratory

Advanced Catalysts for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells (PDF 816 KB), S. R.Narayanan, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Non-Precious Metal Electrocatalysts (PDF 1.05 MB), Deborah Myers, Argonne National Laboratory

Low-Friction Coatings and Materials for Fuel Cell Air Compressors (PDF 1.44 MB), Oyelayo Ajayi, Argonne National Laboratory

Montana PEM Membrane Degradation Study (PDF 1.08 MB), Lee Spangler, Montana State University

Development of High Temperature Membrane and Electrode Assembly for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell Device (PDF 735 KB), Richard Bellows, Oxford Performance Materials (OPM), Inc.

Polymer Blend Proton Exchange Membranes (PDF 1.12 MB), R. A. Weiss, University of Connecticut

High Temperature, Low Relative Humidity PEM Fuel Cell Membranes (PDF 101 KB), Bindu R. Nair, Foster Miller Inc.

High Temperature Polymer Electrolytes Based on Ionic Liquids (PDF 1.19 MB), Bryan Pivovar, Los Alamos National Laboratory

New Polymeric Proton Conductors for High Temperature Applications (PDF 245 KB), John Kerr, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Fuel Cell Reformer Emissions (PDF 252 KB), Scott Fable, TIAX

Residential Fuel Cell Demonstration by the Delaware County Electric Cooperative (PDF 269 KB), Mark Schneider, Delaware County Electric Cooperative

Fuel Cell Operated Smart Home (PDF 4.83 MB), Mohammed S. Alam, University of South Alabama

Graphite-based Thermal Management System Components for Fuel Cell Power Systems (PDF 930 KB), Edgar Lara-Curzio, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

CO Sensors for Fuel Cell Applications (PDF 1.08 MB), Fernando Garzon, Los Alamos National Laboratory

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