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Fuel cells and fuel batteriesߞan engineering view

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H. A. Liebhafsky ; General Electric Company

If fuel cells and fuel batteries attain their expected usefulness in the future, electrical and electronics engineers may some day be joined by a new kind of engineerߞthe electrochemical engineer. The fuel-cell problems this new engineer will have to face include those involving various types of fuels and their properties, efficiency, reliability, life, and operating temperatures. All of these properties are tied in with the important consideration of economics.

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IEEE Spectrum  (Volume:3 ,  Issue: 12 )