Description - Fuel Cell Fundamentals by Ryan O'Hayre
As the search for alternative fuels heats up, no topic is hotter than fuel cells. Filling a glaring gap in the literature, Fuel Cell Fundamentals, Second Edition gives advanced undergraduate and beginning level graduate students an important introduction to the basic science and engineering behind fuel cell technology. Emphasizing the foundational scientific principles that apply to any fuel cell type or technology, the text provides straightforward descriptions of how fuel cells work, why they offer the potential for high efficiency, and how their unique advantages can best be used. Designed to be accessible to fuel cell beginners, the text is suitable for any engineering or science major with a background in calculus, basic physics, and elementary thermodynamics. This new edition provides updated and enhanced examples, problems, and pedagogy for classroom use and features a significantly enlarged section on the practical applications of fuel cell technology. A solutions manual will be developed.
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Author Biography - Ryan O'Hayre
Ryan O'Hayre received his PhD in materials science and engineering at Stanford University and is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines. Suk-Won Cha, PhD, is an assistant professor in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea. Whitney Colella, PhD, is a President Harry S. Truman Research Fellow in National Security Science and Engineering, Energy, Resources & Systems Analysis Center, Sandia National Laboratories. Fritz B. Prinz, PhD, is the Rodney H. Adams Professor in the School of Engineering and serves as Chair in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University.