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Effects of humidity and air pressure to the effectiveness of the polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell in high humidity climate

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This paper presents a green innovation model to produce the hydrogen gas from the electrolysis process by using a solar panel and electrolyzer. The hydrogen gas produced will be used to generate electricity by using the Polymer Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell (PEMFC). By using the free source which is water we can produce the hydrogen gas from the electrolysis process. The hydrogen gas can be used to replace the fossil fu el to generate the electricity. This project is green friendly and can save the world from the pollution because there is no emission of the greenhouse gas such as CO2. From the test results, analysis is carried out to identify the parameters that affect the efficiency of the PEMFC such as air pressure and humidity effect in the high humidity climate. The experimental results are analyzed to prove effectiveness of the system. Prototype model using the solar electrolyzer and PEMFC is applied to the hybrid car and air pump for fish pond.

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Intelligent and Advanced Systems (ICIAS), 2012 4th International Conference on  (Volume:1 )

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12-14 June 2012