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What is a Fuel Cell?
How a fuel cell works
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Main Types of Fuel Cells
Zinc Air fuel cell (ZAFC) ­ Powered by
oxidising zinc and oxygen in the air
Solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) - Produced by
directly oxidising a fuel
Alkaline fuel cell (AFC) ­ Produced by
consuming hydrogen and pure oxygen.
Hydrogen fuel cell ­ The most common fuel
cell and runs on hydrogen with oxygen from
the air as an oxidant.
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Advantages & Disadvantages
Advantages Disadvantages
It is less complicated than diesel and Its production at energy plants
gas engines. creates excessive carbon dioxide.
It is very quiet It is a very flammable gas, which
further adds to the on-board storage
problems.
It Is not subject to high temperatures,
corrosion or any of the structural
weaknesses found in other engines. On-board storage is a major issue; a
hydrogen tank would currently be too
large for a car.
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First Hydrogen Fuel Cell Car
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