**Fuel Cell Handbook**

by U.S. Department of Energy

**Publisher**: University Press of the Pacific 2004**ISBN/ASIN**: 1410219607**ISBN-13**: 9781410219602**Number of pages**: 427

**Description**:

Fuel cells are an important technology for a potentially wide variety of applications including micropower, auxiliary power, transportation power, stationary power for buildings and other distributed generation applications, and central power. These applications will be in a large number of industries worldwide. This edition includes calculation examples for fuel cells for the wide variety of possible applications. The handbook includes a separate section on alkaline fuel cells.

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