Bond Graph Modelling and Control of a Solid Oxide Fuel Cell
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Fuel cells are environmentally friendly futuristic power sources. They involve multiple energy domains and hence bond graph method is suitable for their modelling. A true bond graph model of a solid oxide fuel cell is presented in this chapter. This model is based on the concepts of network thermodynamics, in which the couplings between the various energy domains are represented in a unified manner. The simulations indicate that the model captures all the essential dynamics of the fuel cell and therefore is useful for control theoretic analysis.
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