Fuel Cell Seminar & Energy Exposition
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Technical Posters

Technical Posters

The Technical Posters will be on display in the Exhibit Hall (Hall A) throughout the event.  The FCS&EE is honored to have a range of posters from esteemed institutions from around the world on a variety of fuel cell and hydrogen topics.

* = Primary Author

P1: Fundamental characteristics of High Functional Direct Carbon Fuel Cell composed of Tubular Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell

Kimihiko Sugiura*, Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology; Akihiro Totani, Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology; Toshiya Matsuyama, IHI Corporation; Hidekazu Kasai, IHI Corporation; Masato Tamura, IHI Corporation

P2: Development of MEA with self-water management on PEFC to reduce the manufacturing cost

Ikuya Ota*, Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology; Kimihiko Sugiura, Osaka Prefecture University College of TEchnology; Tomoko Ito, Anaori Carbon Co., Ltd.; Kenji Inukai, Anaori Carbon Co., Ltd.; Mitsutsugu Utaka, Anaori Carbon Co., Ltd.

P3: Improvement of performance of Selective CO2 facilitated transport membranes in Hydrogen Station

Ryoki Yamanaka*, Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology; Kimihiko Sugiura, Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology; Kazumi Akiyama, Renaissance Energy Research Corporation; Tamotsu Nonouchi, Renaissance Energy Research Corporation; Nobuaki Hanai, Renaissance Energy Research Corporation; Osamu Okada, Renaissance Energy Research Corporation

P4: Development of microbial fuel cells utilizing glycerol as a solo carbon source

Motomu Nishioka*, Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology; Hiroki Den, Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology; Tatsuo Noda, Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology; Kimihiko Sugiura, Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology

P5: Influence of each sub-material on thermal conductivity of thermal insulation for ENE-FARM

Kimihiko Sugiura*, Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology; Masataka Tanizawa, IMAE Industry Co, Ltd.; Kazuki Kimoto, Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology; Naoyuki Oya, Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology; Tateki Kashiwabara, Repton Co, Ltd.; Yoshihiko Imae, IMAE Industry Co, Ltd.; Kenji Imae, IMAE Industry Co, Ltd.

p6: Development of a desulfurizer for residential fuel cell systems

Kohei Eguchi*, Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd

p7: New Model of Residential PEMFC micro-CHP Systems

Takayuki Watanabe*, Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd.; Takuya Banno,   Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd.; Yuki Nagai, Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd.; Shota Abe, Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd.; Kosuke Kobayashi, Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd.

p8: Development of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell system for building application.

Yeayeon Lee*, S-Fuelcell; Minseok Kim, S-Fuelcell

p9: Design and CFD analysis of 1kW-class planar SOFC stack module fueled with biogas

Dong Sang Keun*, Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER) and UST; Kashif Rashid, University of Science and Technology (UST)

p10: Degradation analysis of SOFC performance (4)

Yoshihiro Mugikura*, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry; Kenji Yasumoto, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry; Hiroshi Morita, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry; Tohru Yamamoto, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry; Masahiro Yoshikawa, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry

p11: Limitations of using Artificial Neural Network as the SOFC model

Jaroslaw Milewski, Warsaw University of Technology; Jakub Kupecki*, Institute of Power Engineering

p12: Selected aspects of Direct Carbon Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (DC-SOFC) during continuous operation – an experimental study

Marek Skrzypkiewicz, Institute of Power Engineering; Michal Wierzbicki, Institute of Power Engineering; Jakub Kupecki*, Institute of Power Engineering; Magdalena Dudek, AGH UST in Krakow

p13: Experimental characterization of planar ReSOC with anodic support for validation of zero-dimensional numerical model

Konrad Motylinski, Institute of Power Engineering; Jakub Kupecki*, Institute of Power Engineering; Marek Skrzypkiewicz, Institute of Power Engineering; Michal Wierzbicki, Institute of Power Engineering

p14: Performance of Metal Supported Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Prepared by Chemical/Electrochemical Vapor Deposition

Sung Pil Yoon*, KIST; Erik Hermawan, KIST;  Hyun Seo Park, KIST; Hyung Chul Ham, KIST; Jonghee Han, KIST

P15: The Potential of Reducing CO2 Emission Through a Strategy to the Hydrogen Society as a Low Carbon Energy System for Mitigating Climate Change

Ji-Seok Ahn*, Korea Institute of Energy Research

p16: Performance Characteristics of Tubular Solid Oxide Co-electrolysis Cells for Syngas Production by Electrochemical Conversion of H2O/CO2

Tak-Hyoung Lim*, Fuel Cell Laboratory

p17: Controlled Electrode & Protective Coatings for SOFC Applications

Chris Corwin*, Nexceris

p18: Status on Activities for FCV/Hydrogen Infrastructure in Japan

Tetsufumi Ikeda*, HySUT

p19: Local Fuels - Rural Development Using Renewable Hydrogen & Fuel Cells

John Gentile*, Ten Rivers Food Web

p20: The Fuel Cell Energy Conversion Technology: Engine for Economic Growth and Jobs in Japan  

Noriko Behling*, Kyushu University; Mark C Willliams, Tohoku University

p21: Hydrogen Production from Oxygen-Containing Organic C1 Compounds for Low- and High- Temperature PEM Fuel Cells

Pavel Snytnikov*, Novorocs Technologies LLC; Phillip Hutton, Novorocs Technologies LLC

p22: Fuel Cell Properties Affected by the Oxygen Content in Hydrogen Tanks

Der-Ray Huang*, National Chiao Tung University

p23: Characteristics of Hydrogen Tank by Vibrating Testing

Dr W. C. Chang*, National Chiao Tung University

p24: Fault Tolerant Control of PEMFC systems

Nadia Steiner*, FCLAB

p25: Basics for Fuel Cell Performance Loss Evaluation

Wolfgang Winkler*, HAW Hamburg; MarkWilliams, Tohoku University

p26: Correlation of carbon material characteristic and cell performance for separator of PEFC

Fumiya Okazaki*, Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology; Kimihiko Sugiura, Osaka Prefecture University College of TEchnology; Tomoko Ito, Anaori Carbon Co., Ltd.; Kenji Inukai, Anaori Carbon Co., Ltd.; Mitsutsugu Utaka, Anaori Carbon Co., Ltd.

p27: Simplified EIS analysis for PEMFC diagnosis

Keiichi Okajima*, University of Tsukuba; Yuki Koyama, University of Tsukuba

p28: Numerical study of gas flow in a manifold of PEM fuel cell stack

Takeshi Onoguchi*, University of Tsukuba; Keiichi Okajima, University of Tsukuba

p29: Safety Performance Evaluation for Fuel Booster Blower Improvement of 5kW Class Stationary Fuel Cell Systems

Jong-Sam Moon*, Institute of Gas Safety R&D, Korea Gas Safety Corporation ; Jae-Hoon Baek, Institute of Gas Safety R&D, Korea Gas Safety Corporation; Tae-Ho Nam, Institute of Gas Safety R&D, Korea Gas Safety Corporation ; Duk-Gwon Lee, Institute of Gas Safety R&D, Korea Gas Safety Corporation ; Eun-Kyung Lee, Institute of Gas Safety R&D, Korea Gas Safety Corporation; Jung-Woon Lee, Institute of Gas Safety R&D, Korea Gas Safety Corporation ; Seung-Kuk Lee, Institute of Gas Safety R&D, Korea Gas Safety Corporation

p30: Proposal of evaluation method of power generation current and defect inside MEA by inverse problem analysis using static magnetic field around PEFC

Daiki Nagata*, Oita University; Yuji Gotoh, Oita University; Masaaki Izumi, The University of Kitakyushu; Takaaki Nara, The University of Tokyo

p31: Detection Method of Defect in PEFC Using Magnetic Sensor

Naoyuki Kojima*, The University of Kitakyushu; Yusuke Taketani, The University of Kitakyushu; Masanobu Morita, The University of Kitakyushu; Masaaki Izumi, The University of Kitakyushu; Yuji Gotoh, Oita University

p32: Model of a Fuel Cell System Fueled by Hydrogen Generated from NaBH4 Considering Heat Balance in the Hydrogen Reactor

Yuri Naito*, Tokyo University of Science; Nobukazu Hoshi, Tokyo University of Science; Kosuke Uchida, Tokyo University of Science

p33: Durable Pt/C Catalyst Under Simulated Start-Up/Shut-Down Cycling

Taekeun Kim*, Chungnam National University

p34: Studying the effect of porous diffusion layers on the performance of a direct borohydride/peroxide fuel cell

Yong-Song Chen*, National Chung Cheng University

p35: Role of Chromium Impurities on the Electrochemical Behavior of (La0.8Sr0.2)0.95MnO3- through Half-cell Measurements

Yiwen Gong*, Boston University; Yuexing Zhu, Boston University; SoumendraBasu, Boston University; UdayPal, Boston University; SrikanthGopalan, Boston University

p36: Aromatic Polymer Anion Exchange Membranes and Their Applications in Fuel Cells

Chulsung Bae*, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

p37: Inspiration of copper content on the electrocatalytic activity of CoχCuy alloy nanoparticles-decorated CNFs catalyst for direct methanol fuel cell

Zafar Ghouri*, Qatar University; Saeed Al-Meer, Qatar University

P38: Bigger Market than Electricity Grid ? Wind-source Hydrogen Fuel for California Transportation and Combined Heat and Power (CHP)

Bill Leighty*, The Leighty Foundation

P39: Lower-cost Hydrogen or Ammonia Fuel from Distributed Wind via Paralleled Self Excited Induction Generator (SEIG) and Close-coupled Electrolysis at Multi-turbine Off-grid Windplants

Bill Leighty*, The Leighty Foundation

P40: Large Stranded Renewable Energy: Alternatives to Electricity for Transmission and Low-cost Firming Storage as Pipelined Hydrogen and Ammonia Carbon-free Fuels

Bill Leighty*, The Leighty Foundation