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Simple temperature modeling of proton exchange membrane fuel cell using load current and ambient temperature variations

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Khan, S. S. et Shareef, H. et Kandidayeni, M. et Boulon, L. et Khan, I. A. et Yamin, F. et Kiranmai, K. S. P. (2021). Simple temperature modeling of proton exchange membrane fuel cell using load current and ambient temperature variations. International Journal of Green Energy, 18 (13). p. 1352-1368. ISSN 1543-5075 DOI 10.1080/15435075.2021.1904939

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ABSTRACT: This paper proposes a simplified proton-exchange membrane fuel cell (PEMFC) temperature model for the purpose of estimating PEMFC temperatures with high accuracy using air-cooling systems. Besides knowing that most of the existing models were designed for specific systems, the proposed model also focuses on generalizing the conventional temperature model for easy adoption by other PEMFCs. The proposed model is developed based on the first-order exponential equation to avoid the limitations of complex mechanistic temperature models. The model uses only the information available from typical commercial PEMFCs, the main inputs of which are the current, elapsed time, and ambient temperature. In addition, the PEMFC area, number of cells in the stack, and high/low operating currents were incorporated in the proposed model to ensure its generalizability and applicability to different PEMFC technologies with air-cooling systems under various ambient conditions. The required model parameters were optimized using the Harris hawks optimization method. The proposed model was validated using experiments conducted on the Horizon-500 W and NEXA-1.2 kW PEMFC systems equipped with air-cooling mechanisms under different ambient temperatures and load currents. The root mean square error of all the examined cases was less than 0.5. The proposed model is helpful for simulations, dynamic real-time controllers, and emulators because of its fast response and high accuracy.

Type de document: Article
Date de dépôt: 13 sept. 2021 13:26
Dernière modification: 13 sept. 2021 13:32
Version du document déposé: Post-print (version corrigée et acceptée)
URI: http://depot-e.uqtr.ca/id/eprint/9744

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