Dual Cell Regenerative Fuel Cell Investigation.
Final rept. 22 Jun 70-30 Jan 72,
PRATT AND WHITNEY AIRCRAFT EAST HARTFORD CONN
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An analytical and exploratory development program was conducted on an integrated dual cell design of a hydrogen-oxygen regenerative fuel cell. Discussed is a design which employs separate fuel cell and electrolysis cells in a single container which also acts as a reactant pressure vessel. The alkaline matrix cells are arranged on two concentric cylinders within the pressure vessel with water transport accomplished by vapor diffusion across the hydrogen gap separating the cell cylinders. The performance and endurance potential of the dual cell concept was evaluated. The fuel cell is being designed for use in satellites to overcome the problem of power generation during solar eclipse. Author
- Electric Power Production and Distribution
- Unmanned Spacecraft