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1. WOWO/2014/155788 - SEAL MEMBER FOR FUEL CELL AND FUEL CELL SEAL BODY USING SAME02.10.2014
H01M 8/02
PCT/JP2013/076383TOKAI RUBBER INDUSTRIES, LTD.YAMAMOTO Kenji
This seal member comprises a cross-linked body of a rubber composition and is used for sealing members configuring a fuel cell, and the rubber composition contains the (A) and (B) mentioned below. As a result, rubber elasticity is maintained without loss of rubber elasticity under extremely low temperature conditions, and when used in a fuel cell sealing body, there are superior sealing properties. (A) A rubber component comprising ethylene-propylene rubber and/or ethylene-propylene-diene rubber of which the distribution of ethylene-ethylene diads is no greater than 29 mol%. (B) A cross-linking agent comprising an organic peroxide

2. WOWO/2014/156274 - FUEL TANK, MAIN WINGS, AIRCRAFT FUSELAGE, AIRCRAFT, AND MOVING BODY02.10.2014
B64C 3/34
PCT/JP2014/051831MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD.KAMIHARA, Nobuyuki
The purpose of the present invention is to provide a fuel tank, main wings, an aircraft fuselage, an aircraft, and a moving body, which enable working hours and costs involved in quality management to be reduced, and weight increases to be prevented. The fuel tank is provided with a reinforcing material containing carbon fibers, and a structural member that uses a carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) (15) having a matrix containing plastic. The structural member is molded with conductive sheets (17) laminated between prepregs of the CFRP (15), and a fastening hole (22) through which a bolt is fastened is formed.

3. WOWO/2014/156212 - FUEL CELL DEVICE AND FUEL CELL SYSTEM02.10.2014
H01M 8/04
PCT/JP2014/050165JX NIPPON OIL & ENERGY CORPORATIONKISHIDA, Ryo
The purpose is to provide an oxidizing agent feeding member in which the temperature distribution in a fuel cell stack can be made more uniform. The oxidizing agent feeding member (9) is formed as a hollow plate, and is disposed along the side surface part of the fuel cell stack in order to feed an oxidizing agent to the fuel cell stack. The oxidizing agent feeding member (9) has an oxidizing agent introduction port (10) on the upper end side and an oxidizing agent jetting port (11) on the lower end side. A pair of left and right convergence guide pieces (21, 22) which extend laterally and which concentrate the flow of the oxidizing agent to the center part with respect to the lateral direction are provided at both lateral end parts of the upper part in the oxidizing agent feeding member (9). A dispersion guide piece (23) which extends laterally, receives the flow of the oxidizing agent from above, and causes the flow of the oxidizing agent to disperse to both lateral end parts is provided at the center part with respect to the lateral direction at a position, in the oxidizing agent feeding member (9), lower than the convergence guide pieces (21, 22).

4. WOWO/2014/155929 - METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING CATALYST LAYER FOR FUEL CELL, CATALYST LAYER FOR FUEL CELL, AND FUEL CELL02.10.2014
H01M 4/88
PCT/JP2014/000637JX NIPPON OIL & ENERGY CORPORATIONMATSUOKA, Koji
A membrane-electrode assembly (50) has a structure in which an anode (22), a solid polymer electrolyte membrane (20), and a cathode (24) are layered. An anode gas-diffusion layer (28) contained in the anode (22) and a cathode gas-diffusion layer (32) contained in the cathode (24) are manufactured by performing a freeze-drying process on a catalyst slurry, the area ratio of holes observed using a cross-section SEM image being 25-50%.

5. WOWO/2014/155901 - METHOD FOR PRODUCING CATALYST INK FOR FUEL CELLS, METHOD FOR PRODUCING CATALYST LAYER FOR FUEL CELLS, AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING MEMBRANE ELECTRODE ASSEMBLY FOR FUEL CELLS02.10.2014
H01M 4/88
PCT/JP2014/000116TOYOTA JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI KAISHAISHIHARA, Noriaki
To make it easier to adjust the storage modulus of a gelled ionomer solution to 150 Pa or more. A method for producing a catalyst ink for fuel cells, which comprises: (i) a step wherein a catalyst dispersion liquid is prepared by mixing an electrode catalyst, water and an alcohol; (ii) a step wherein a gelled ionomer solution is prepared by mixing an ionomer and a solvent; and (iii) a step wherein a catalyst ink is produced by mixing the catalyst dispersion liquid and the gelled ionomer solution. The step (ii) includes a concentration step wherein the gelled ionomer solution is concentrated.

6. WOWO/2014/156314 - FUEL BATTERY02.10.2014
H01M 8/24
PCT/JP2014/052659NGK SPARK PLUG CO., LTD.TSUGA, Shunsuke
A fuel gas supply channel for a fuel cell includes a first channel, a second channel, and a third channel in series. When viewed from the lamination direction, the entry location for fuel gas for each power generation cell in the second channel is in two positions, that is, a first position (PA) and a second position (PB) along one side of the power generation cell, and the exit location for the fuel gas is in one position, that is, a third position (PC) on the side opposite the one side. When viewed from the lamination direction, the entry location for the fuel gas for each power generation cell in the third channel overlaps with the third position (PC), while the exit location for the fuel gas is in between the first position (PA) and the second position (PB).

7. WOWO/2014/154406 - ENERGY CONVERSION CELL COMPRISING AN ELECTROCHEMICAL CONVERSION UNIT02.10.2014
H01M 8/10
PCT/EP2014/053523SIEMENS AKTIENGESELLSCHAFTBENKERT, Katrin
The invention relates to an energy conversion cell comprising an electrochemical conversion unit. The energy conversion cell comprises an electrically positive side with a process gas supply and an electrically negative side, the electrochemical conversion unit, which has a self-supporting substrate and a number of functional layers, being situated between the two sides. The energy conversion cell is characterised in that the electrochemical conversion unit has a positive electrode and a negative electrode and in that the negative electrode comprises a porous metallic, self-supporting substrate.

8. WOWO/2014/156369 - FUEL TANK, MAIN WINGS, AIRCRAFT FUSELAGE, AIRCRAFT, AND MOVING BODY02.10.2014
B64C 3/34
PCT/JP2014/053693MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD.KAMIHARA, Nobuyuki
The purpose of the present invention is to provide a fuel tank, main wings, an aircraft fuselage, an aircraft, and a moving body, which enable working hours and costs involved in a manufacturing process to be reduced, and weight increases to be prevented. The fuel tank is provided with a reinforcing material containing carbon fibers, and a structural member that uses a carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) (15) having a matrix containing plastic. The structural member is molded with conductive sheets (17) laminated between prepregs of the CFRP (15). In this case, a cutting surface (11a) of the structural member formed by cutting the structural member may be exposed on the inside where fuel is accommodated.

9. WOWO/2014/155928 - FUEL CELL02.10.2014
H01M 8/04
PCT/JP2014/000607SUMITOMO PRECISION PRODUCTS CO., LTD.HIRAKAWA, Makoto
A solid-oxide fuel cell (1). Said fuel cell (1) is provided with a cell stack (6), a reformed-gas introduction path (10) via which a reformed gas is introduced into the cell stack (6), an oxidant-gas introduction path (11) via which an oxidant gas is introduced into the cell stack (6), and a cooling-gas introduction path (14) via which a cooling gas is introduced into the oxidant-gas introduction path (11). A heat-absorbing part (61) that absorbs heat is provided around the cell stack (6), and the cooling-gas introduction path (14) is connected to the oxidant-gas introduction path (11) via said heat-absorbing part (61).

10. WOWO/2014/157274 - VANADIUM REDOX CELL AND METHOD FOR OPERATING SAME02.10.2014
H01M 10/42
PCT/JP2014/058416BROTHER KOGYO KABUSHIKI KAISHAYOSHIDA, Shigeki
Provided is a vanadium redox cell and a method for operating the same, the balance of a redox state between a positive electrode and a negative electrode in the vanadium redox cell being adjustable when the redox becomes imbalanced. This vanadium redox cell includes: a negative electrode that includes a vanadium-containing negative-electrode active substance in which the oxidation number changes between bivalency and trivalency; a positive electrode including a vanadium-containing positive-electrode active substance in which the oxidation number changes between tetravalency and pentavalency; a barrier film for partitioning the negative electrode and the positive electrode; a control means for controlling the discharge lower limit voltage between the negative electrode and the positive electrode; and a detection means for detecting an imbalance of the redox state between the positive electrode and the negative electrode. The control means switches the discharge lower limit voltage between the negative electrode and the positive electrode from a first voltage during normal operation to a second voltage lower than the first voltage when an imbalance in the redox state between the positive electrode and the negative electrode is detected by the detection means.


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