Self-Regulating Water-Separator System for Fuel Cells
Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas
Thursday, February 01 2007
This system would not depend on hydrophobic or hydrophilic surfaces.
A proposed system would perform multiple coordinated functions in regulating the pressure of the oxidant gas (usually, pure oxygen) flowing to a fuel-cell stack and in removing excess product water that is generated in the normal fuel-cell operation. The system could function in the presence or absence of gravitation, and in any orientation in a gravitational field.
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