Fuel Cells: Modeling, Control, and Applications describes advanced research results on modeling and control designs for fuel cells and their hybrid energy systems. Filled with simulation examples and test results, it provides detailed discussions on fuel cell modeling, analysis, and nonlinear control.
The book begins with an introduction to fuel cells and fuel cell power systems as well as the fundamentals of fuel cell systems and their components. It then presents the linear and nonlinear modeling of fuel cell dynamics, before discussing typical approaches of linear and nonlinear modeling and control design methods for fuel cells. The authors also explore the Simulink implementation of fuel cells, including the modeling of PEM fuel cells and control designs. They cover the applications of fuel cells in vehicles, utility power systems, stand-alone systems, and hybrid renewable energy systems. The book concludes with the modeling and analysis of hybrid renewable energy systems, which integrate fuel cells, wind power, and solar power. Mathematical preliminaries on linear and nonlinear control are provided in an appendix.
With the need for alternative power well established, we are seeing unprecedented research in fuel cell technology. Written by scientists directly involved with the research, this book presents approaches and achievements in the linear and nonlinear modeling and control design of PEM fuel cells.
The Past, Present, and Future of Fuel Cells
Typical Fuel Cell Power System Organization
The Importance of Fuel Cell Dynamics
Organization of This Book
Fundamentals of Fuel Cells
The Balance-of-Plant Components
Linear and Nonlinear Models of Fuel Cell Dynamics
Nonlinear Models of PEMFC Dynamics
State Space Dynamic Model of PEMFCs
Electrochemical Circuit Model of PEMFCs
Linear Model of PEMFC Dynamics
Parametric Sensitivity of PEMFC Output Response
Linear and Nonlinear Control Design for Fuel Cells
Linear Control Design for Fuel Cells
Nonlinear Control Design for Fuel Cells
Nonlinear Control Design for Interface
Analysis of Control Design
Simulation of Nonlinear Control for PEMFC
Simulink Implementation of Fuel Cell Models and Controllers
Simulink Implementation of the Fuel Cell Models
Simulink Implementation of the Fuel Cell Controllers
Applications of Fuel Cells in Vehicles
Fuel Cell Vehicle Components
Hybrid Electric Vehicles and Fuel Cell System Design for Electric Vehicles
Control of Hybrid Fuel Cell System for Electric Vehicles
Fault Diagnosis of Hybrid Fuel Cell System
Application of Fuel Cells in Utility Power Systems and Stand-Alone Systems
Utility Power Systems and Residential Applications
Modeling Distributed Generators in Load Flow Analysis
Control and Analysis of Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems
Hybrid System Consisting of Wind and Fell Cell Sources
Hybrid Renewable Energy System for Isolated Islands
Power Management of a Stand-Alone Wind/Photovoltaic/Fuel Cell Energy System
Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems in Load Flow Analysis
References appear at the end of each chapter.
Bei Gou is currently the president and CEO of Smart Electric Grid, LLC. He was previously an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Texas, Arlington.
Woon Ki Na is a senior power electronics and control engineer at Caterpillar Inc.
Bill Diong is an associate professor at Texas Christian University.
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