Fuel cell research center to develop and test new technologies

distributed stationary power supplies. The new center is developing new integrated facilities for development and testing -- such as a power cell testing laboratory unveiled in March -- and also will hold workshops on fuel cell technology.

Engineers and scientists from the Georgia Tech Research Institute, Georgia Tech's School of Materials Science and Engineering, School of Mechanical Engineering, School of Chemical Engineering, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and the National Electric Energy Testing, Research and Applications Center (NEETRAC) based at Georgia Tech will participate in the center. Key industry partners will be invited to join the center to share their technology needs and collaborate on open and proprietary research projects. For more information on the Georgia Tech center, see http://www.fcbt.gatech.edu. The expertise Georgia Tech brings to its fuel cell and battery research includes basic and applied work in electrochemistry, materials science, nanostructures, micro-electro-mechanical systems fabrication, fluid dynamics, acoustics and controls, modeling and simulation, power transmission and distribution, and systems-level integration.

Georgia Tech's research contributions to fuel cell and battery technologies include:

(1) development of thin-film electrolytes and mixed-conducting electrodes for fuel cells;
(2) modeling of molten carbonate and solid oxide fuel cells;
(3) extending fuel cell technology for use with electrochemical membrane devices that clean fuel, gases and other substances;
(4) enabling technologies for compact, small-scale or micro proton exchange membrane fuel cells;
(5) development of an advanced room-temperature, sodium-based battery for high power and energy density;
(6) development of new electrode alloys and polymer electrolytes for lithium batteries;
(7) development of new methods for faster, more efficient battery charging;'"/>

Contact: Jane Sanders
Georgia Institute of Technology Research News

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