Analysis of Fuel Cell Power Plants for DoD Applications. Volume 1.
Final rept. 3 Feb 86-31 Mar 87,
SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL CORP SAN DIEGO CA ENERGY SYSTEMS AND CONSERVATION DIV
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The objective of the Air Force Remote Site Fuel Cell Development Program is to demonstrate logistically fueled fuel cell power plants at a remote site in Alaska in the early 1990s. During 1986, most of the Air Forces Alaskan Air Commands AAC Minimally Attended Radar MAR sites were converted from less efficiently designed and operated radar sites. A remotely accessed data acquisition system DAS was installed at the Sparrevohn MAR site to collect detailed site energy load data. The data was compared with the data collected from the Fort Yukon MAR site instrumented under the previous task order. Additional instrumentation was installed at Fort Yukon to characterize fully the diesel generators and the complete energy system. Problems were encountered with the existing fuel supply system and electrical instruments at Fort Yukon. The nonintrusive ultrasonic flow meters used at Sparrevohn proved too sensitive for an installation of this nature.
- Electric Power Production and Distribution