Fuel Cells - Power for Tomorrow
by D.S. Halacy Jr.
ISBN:164 pages 5.5x8.5 inches [size]
This is one of the few books in existence that explicitly gives you step-by-step instructions for making a fuel cell. You can make an alkaline fuel cell (AFC) in your kitchen with this book. With photos, drawings, illustrations and descriptions, this book provides the in-depth details of the history, theory, operation and future of fuel cells. If you want to know more about fuel cells, this book is a must have.
DOE Fundamentals - Fuel Cell Handbook
by EG&G Technical Services Inc.
ISBN:430 pages 5.5x8.5 inches [size]
Get this book to start learning all about fuel cells. The book covers Permiable Membrane Fuel Cells (PEMS), Alkaline Fuel Cells (AFC) like those used in the space program, Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cells (PAFC), Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC) which are the high temp fuel cells that are used by Bloom Fuel Cells to convert natural gas directly to electricity at fuel cell effeciencies. The book also coves Molten Carbonate Fuel Cells (MCFC) which is a close cousin to SOFC. The book covers stationary use as well as mobile and vehicle use of fuel cells. The book is a treasure of learning about fuel cells.
Fuel Cells For Public Utility And Industrial Power
by Energy Technology Review
ISBN:332 pages 8.5x11 inches [size]
Contains a massive amount of practical, down-to-earth technical information re-lating to fuel cells for power plants. Fuel cell based power plants offer one of the most interesting possibilities for fu-ture power generation. This book will inform you of the many advantages of Fuel Cells like the fact that they can be air-cooled and need not be adjacent to a body of water. It also points out important considerations for Fuel Cell public utility, such as the concept of modularity and efficiency considerations.