NPRE 470 - Fuel Cells & Hydrogen Sources
Last offered Spring 2022
The role of hydrogen as a global energy form, hydrogen production by nuclear, fossil and renewable energy sources; hydrogen handling, safety; transportation and storage methods including high-pressure, cryogenic, metal hydrides and chemical hydrides; basic science and technology of fuel cells, including electrochemical processes; fuel cell thermodynamics; low- and high-temperature fuel cells; applications including portable electronics, automotive vehicles, distributed and back-up power, and space power. Course Information: 3 undergraduate hours. 3 graduate hours. Prerequisite: CHEM 102, MATH 285, and PHYS 212.
|Fuel Cells & Hydrogen Sources||A||53124||LCD||3||1400 - 1520||T R||103 Talbot Laboratory||Kyu-Jung Kim|