In the Fuel Cell Laboratory at National Chung Cheng University, we develop key components for low-temperature and high-temperature proton exchange membrane fuel cells (LT-PEMFCs, HT-PEMFCs) and all-vanadium redox flow batteries (VRFB).
Facilities in our lab include: (1) an ultra-sonic spraying system, coating catalyst ink on the membrane or gas diffusion layer; (2) fuel cell test stations, measuring the performance and durability of PEMFCs; (3) battery testers, measuring the charge-discharge curves of VRFBs.
We design membrane electrode assemblies and bipolar plates for fuel cell stacks and VRFB stacks and measure their performance. One of our current projects aims for developing an ultralight fuel cell stack for unmanned aerial vehicles applications.
Students in our laboratory have chances to attend international conferences for paper presentation during their study. Most of our studies are published in Journal of Power Sources, Applied Energy, International Journal of Hydrogen, Energies. If you are interested in the researches regarding fuel cells, flow battery, or green energy technologies, you are welcome to join us.
|Program:||CCU: Fuel Cell, Flow Battery, Energy Storage|
|School:||National Chung Cheng University|
|Organizer:||Department of Mechanical Engineering|
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|Tuition Fee:||Please contact us!|
Contact Person: Yong-Song Chen
Website of Program: sites.google.com/site/ccumefuelcell/
|City / County:||Chiayi|
Bordered by mountains on one side and the sea on the other, Chiayi is the only county in Taiwan with three major national scenic areas: Alishan National Scenic Area, Southwest Coast National Scenic Area, and Siraya National Scenic Area, each presenting a unique view of nature's wonders, from mountains to plains to ocean views.
|Location:||National Chung Cheng University|