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1. WOWO/2014/057483 - ELECTRODE ASSEMBLY AND METHOD FOR ITS PREPARATION17.04.2014
H01M 6/02
PCT/IL2013/000076OXYNERGY LTD.LANG, Joel
The invention provides electrodes suitable for use as air electrodes, processes for their preparation and metal/air cells utilizing such electrodes as air cathodes. The invention relates to an electrode comprising a catalytically active layer applied on one face of a hydrophobic porous film and a conductive current collector pressed onto said catalytically active face, wherein at least a portion of the marginal area of said face is free from catalyst, and wherein a sealant is provided around at least part of the perimeter of said catalytically active layer, said sealant forming a coating onto the catalyst-free marginal area of said hydrophobic film.

2. WOWO/2014/057730 - FUEL CELL MODULE17.04.2014
H01M 8/06
PCT/JP2013/071751HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD.YOSHIMINE, Yuki
A fuel cell module (12) includes a first area (R1) where an exhaust gas combustor (52) and a start-up combustor (54) are provided, an annular second area (R2) around the first area (R1) and where a reformer (46) and an evaporator (48) are provided, an annular third area (R3) around the second area (R2) and where a heat exchanger (50) is provided, and an annular heat recovery area (106) around the third area (R3) as a passage of oxygen-containing gas for recovery of heat radiated from the third area (R3) toward the outer circumference.

3. WOWO/2014/057218 - METHOD FOR PREPARING A FUEL CELL17.04.2014
H01M 8/12
PCT/FR2013/052408UNIVERSITE DE BOURGOGNESIVASANKARAN, Visweshwar
The present invention relates in particular to a method for preparing a fuel cell and also to the fuel cells obtained by the method according to the invention. More particularly, the present invention relates to a method for preparing a fuel cell that is characterized in that same includes the steps of (i) casting a first layer referred to as a cathode, (iii) casting a second layer referred to as an electrolyte, (v) casting a third layer referred to as a functional anode, (vii) and casting a fourth layer referred to as a supporting anode, such that said first layer is arranged on the surface of said second layer which is itself arranged on the surface of said third layer which is itself arranged on the surface of said fourth layer, and then fritting the product obtained at a temperature between 1,150 °C and 1,350 °C.

4. WOWO/2014/056817 - COLD-STARTING PROCEDURE FOR A FUEL CELL STACK17.04.2014
H01M 8/04
PCT/EP2013/070767ROBERT BOSCH GMBHMAASS, Sebastian
The invention relates to a fuel cell arrangement (1), wherein the fuel cell arrangement (1) has at least one fuel cell (2) with a cathode and an anode, and at least two electrical contacts (10 11) for tapping electrical energy are present. The fuel cell arrangement (1) is characterised particularly in that a load resistor (20) is arranged between the electrical contacts (10, 11) of the fuel cell arrangement (1), wherein the load resistor (20) can be connected by means of a switching element (21) as the only, or substantially the only load, at least during the heat-up phase of the fuel cell arrangement (1). The invention further relates to a method for heating up such a fuel cell arrangement (1).

5. WOWO/2014/057729 - FUEL CELL MODULE17.04.2014
H01M 8/06
PCT/JP2013/071747HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD.YOSHIMINE, Yuki
A fuel cell module (12) includes a first area (R1) where an exhaust gas combustor (52) and a start-up combustor (54) are provided, an annular second area (R2) around the first area (R1) and where a reformer (46) and an evaporator (48) are provided, and an annular third area (R3) around the second area (R2) and where a heat exchanger (50) is provided. The exhaust gas combustor (52) and the start-up combustor (54) are provided coaxially with and separately away from each other.

6. WOWO/2014/057728 - FUEL CELL MODULE17.04.2014
H01M 8/06
PCT/JP2013/071746HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD.YOSHIMINE, Yuki
A fuel cell module (12) is made up of a fuel cell stack (24) and FC peripheral equipment (56). The fuel cell module (12) includes a first area (R1) where an exhaust gas combustor (52) and a start-up combustor (54) are provided, an annular second area (R2) around the first area (R1) and where a reformer (46) and an evaporator (48) are provided, and an annular third area (R3) around the second area (R2) and where a heat exchanger (50) is provided.

7. WOWO/2014/057603 - FUEL BATTERY SYSTEM INCLUDING FUEL BATTERY AND LEAD STORAGE BATTERY, AND METHOD FOR CHARGING SAME17.04.2014
H01M 8/04
PCT/JP2013/005081PANASONIC CORPORATIONKUSUMOTO, Junya
A charging method according to the present invention comprises: a step of supplying a fuel battery with an oxidant with a first flow (AQ); a step of supplying the fuel battery with fuel with a second flow (FQ); a step of charging a lead storage battery with the power generated by the fuel battery with the output current (If) from the fuel battery held constant; a step of reducing the charging current (Ib) as the battery voltage (Eb) of the lead storage battery increases; a step of reducing the output current (If) to increase an output voltage (Ef) from the fuel battery to be equal to or higher than a lower limit voltage value (DE) when the output voltage (Ef) from the fuel battery drops to the lower limit voltage value (DE) due to a decrease in the power generated by the fuel battery; and a step of reducing the output current (If) (n - 1) times in a stepwise manner, from a first current (Ib(1)) to an nth current (Ib(n)) every time the battery voltage (Eb) reaches a first upper limit voltage (ER1).

8. WOWO/2014/058643 - DESIGN OF BIPOLAR PLATES FOR USE IN CONDUCTION-COOLED ELECTROCHEMICAL CELLS17.04.2014
H01M 8/02
PCT/US2013/062653NUVERA FUEL CELLS, INC.BLANCHET, Scott
The present disclosure is directed towards the design of bipolar plates (30) for use in conduction-cooled electrochemical cells. Heat generated during the operation of the cell is removed from the active area (60) of the cell to the periphery of the cell via the one or more bipolar plates in the cell. The one or more bipolar plates are configured to function as heat sinks to collect heat from the active area of the cell and to conduct the heat to the periphery of the plate where the heat is removed by traditional heat transfer means. The boundary of the one or more bipolar plates can be provided with heat dissipation structures (43) to facilitate removal of heat from the plates. To function as effective heat sinks, the thickness of the one or more bipolar plates can be determined based on the rate of heat generation in the cell during operation, the thermal conductivity ("k") of the material selected to form the plate, and the desired temperature gradient in a direction orthogonal to the plate ("AT").

9. WOWO/2014/057877 - FUEL BATTERY AND OPERATION METHOD THEREOF17.04.2014
H01M 8/02
PCT/JP2013/077064SUMITOMO ELECTRIC INDUSTRIES,LTD.HIRAIWA, Chihiro
The purpose of the present invention is to provide a fuel battery and an operation method thereof which are excellent in power generation efficiency and economic efficiency by using a fuel electrode collector excellent in heat conductivity. The fuel battery comprises: a membrane electrode assembly (MEA); a fuel electrode collector as a metal porous body that collects current by keeping in contact with a fuel electrode; and a heating device that uses electric power. A solid electrolyte is a proton-permeating electrolyte. A fuel gas passage is configured such that fuel gas flows through the fuel electrode collector, and the metal porous body constituting the fuel electrode collector is made of aluminum or an aluminum alloy.

10. WOWO/2014/058763 - STRUCTURALLY ORDERED NANOPARTICLES, METHODS AND APPLICATIONS17.04.2014
B82B 1/00
PCT/US2013/063654CORNELL UNIVERSITYABRUÑA, Héctor D.
Embodiments provide a nanoparticle and a method for preparing the nanoparticle, as well as a membrane that includes the nanoparticle and a fuel cell that includes the membrane. The method comprises a thermal treatment method that provides from a nanoparticle comprising a structurally disordered material the nanoparticle comprising: (1) a structurally ordered core comprising a first material; and (2) a shell surrounding and further structurally aligned with the structurally ordered core and comprising a second material different from the first material. Particularly desirable is a nanoparticle comprising a Pt3Co@Pt/C structurally ordered core-shell composition supported upon a carbon support.


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