Effect of the micro porous layer design on the dynamic performance of a proton exchange membrane fuel cell
Review articleOpen access

Highlights•The capillary pressure gradient of a GDL affected the transient response of a PEMFC.•The dense MPL performed best at high humidity conditions.•The reverse capillary pressure gradient in the MPL performed best at low humidity.•The addition of less hydrophobic MPL exhibited better performance at low humidity.

Request full text

References (0)

Cited By (0)

No reference data.
No citation data.
Join Copernicus Academic and get access to over 12 million papers authored by 7+ million academics.
Join for free!