Optimizing the design of different types of fuel cell and electrolyzer systems makes it possible to improve their performance by virtually testing their operating conditions, particularly taking into account water and thermal management.
Ce webinar in free access organized the Thursday January 18 of 11h has 12hwill focus on the possibilities for modeling fuel cell and electrolyser systems, thus contributing to a more efficient development of these systems in terms of time and costs.
Users take advantage of the software’s modeling and simulation capabilities to optimize the design of different types of fuel cell and electrolyzer systems and improve their performance by virtually testing their operating conditions, particularly taking into account water management. and thermal.
The COMSOL Multiphysics simulation platform® and its add-on Fuel Cell & Electrolyzer offer a wide range of functionality for analyzing fuel cell and electrolyzer systems, whether the electrolyte used is a polymer membrane, an alkaline solution, solid oxides or even salts melted. The software’s modeling and simulation capabilities include electrochemical effects, with predefined electrochemical reactions at electrodes, integrated thermodynamic data for gas mixtures, multiphase and single-phase flows in porous layers and channels, and transfer of heat and the mechanics of the membrane-electrode assembly.
During this webinar, we will present and illustrate the capabilities of COMSOL Multiphysics® to analyze the operation and improve the performance of fuel cells and electrolyzers. You will be able to ask all your questions during the presentation.
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This webinar will be recorded and available as an archive on our site the day after the event.