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Reversibility in monolithic dual membrane fuel cell

Abstract : A promising direction in the development of solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC) is the reversible approach in which the device operates as a fuel cell and as an electrolyzer. A serious problem is the asymmetry of the system when operating in the two modes. A definitive breakthrough is the separation of the water production/consumption from the two electrodes. For fuel cell mode this idea has been realized in the innovative concept of the dual membrane fuel cell (dmFC). The cell consists of three independent chambers for hydrogen, oxygen and water. This work presents the reversibility studies of the dmFC. The first results are very promising. They show good reversibility without application of a special catalyst for enhancement of the water splitting.
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D Vladikova, Z Stoynov, Anthony Chesnaud, Alain Thorel, M Viviani, et al.. Reversibility in monolithic dual membrane fuel cell. Bulgarian Chemical Communications, 2015, 47, pp.519-525. ⟨hal-01289748⟩



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