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This article is from Sensors Basel, Switzerland, volume 10.AbstractTemperature, voltage and fuel flow distribution all contribute considerably to fuel cell performance. Conventional methods cannot accurately determine parameter changes inside a fuel cell. This investigation developed flexible and multi-functional micro sensors on a 40 μm-thick stainless steel foil substrate by using micro-electro-mechanical systems MEMS and embedded them in a proton exchange membrane fuel cell PEMFC to measure the temperature, voltage and flow. Users can monitor and control in situ the temperature, voltage and fuel flow distribution in the cell. Thereby, both fuel cell performance and lifetime can be increased.



Author: Lee, Chi-Yuan; Chan, Pin-Cheng; Lee, Chung-Ju

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