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Greenhill Craig Dr, Hornburg Gerald, Mirsch Dietmar, Mufford Edward, Mulvenna Alan: Integrated fuel cell drive unit. Ballard Power Systems, May 7, 2003: EP1309026-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an integrated drive unit comprising a fuel cell power source rigidly coupled to an electric machine where the drive unit exhibits an electric and/or a mechanical power output and fluid connections for conducting a fluid stream to and from the fluel cell power source.


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Mulvenna Alan John, Yntema Theodore Douglas, Robin Curtis Michael, Schmidt Gerhard Michael, Ko James Gah Ming, Macfarlane Sonja Elisabeth: Fuel cell fluid management system. General Hydrogen Corporation, Mulvenna Alan John, Yntema Theodore Douglas, Robin Curtis Michael, Schmidt Gerhard Michael, Ko James Gah Ming, Macfarlane Sonja Elisabeth, LEE Brian, April 26, 2007: WO/2007/045103 (2 worldwide citation)

A fuel cell fluid management system that transfers water vapor from a fuel cell stack's oxidant exhaust to the fuel cell stack's fluid supplies through membrane tubes; that coalesces and separates liquid water from the fuel cell's fluid exhaust streams for removal to the environment; that transfers ...


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Corless Adrian, Mufford Edward, Mulvenna Alan, Schmidt Gerhard: Fuel cell system and method for operating the same. Ballard Power Systems, April 9, 2003: EP1300900-A1

A fuel cell system comprising a fuel cell (2) comprising an anode with a fuel feed line to feed fuel to the anode (2.1) and an anode exhaust line (4) for removing anode exhaust from the anode, a cathode (2.2) with an oxygen feed line (5) to feed oxygen to the cathode and a cathode exhaust line (6) t ...


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Schmidt Gerhard, Mulvenna Alan, Matthews Derek, Peters Ed: Fuel cell system and method for operating the same. Ballard Power Systems, Ballard Power Systems, May 21, 2003: EP1313161-A1

A fuel cell system comprising a fuel cell (2) exhibiting an anode (2.1) with a fuel feed line (3) to feed fuel to the anode and an anode exhaust line (4) for removing anode exhaust from the anode and a cathode (2.2) with an oxygen feed line (5) to feed oxygen to the cathode and a cathode exhaust lin ...


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Blaszczyk Janusz, Fleck Wolfram, Mulvenna Alan, Campbell Perry, Schmidt Gerhard: Fuel cell system and method for operating the same. Ballard Power Systems, May 2, 2003: EP1306916-A1

The invention relates to a fuel cell system and a method for operating the same where the fuel cell system comprises a fuel cell (1) with a fuel processing portion (1.1,2,3) which comprises an anode (1.1) with a fuel feed line (2) to feed fuel to the anode (1.1) and an anode exhaust line (3) for rem ...


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Graham John David Trevor, Routtenberg David M, Mufford William E, Sokoloski Darren S, Mulvenna Alan John: Wheel stop service port. General Hydrogen Corporation, ARTERBERRY Steven H, November 21, 2002: WO/2002/092381

This invention relates to a wheel stop service port for coupling to a connectivity device of a wheeled vehicle such that one or more services, namely electricity, data, and fluids, are transferable therebetween. The service port includes a housing having a receptacle recess with a recess opening on ...


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Graham John D, Mulvenna Alan J, Mufford William E, Borck Joachim G, Ko James, Harper Matthew A: Hydrogen fueling station. General Hydrogen Corporation, Graham John D, Mulvenna Alan J, Mufford William E, Borck Joachim G, Ko James, Harper Matthew A, RUSYN Paul F, July 24, 2003: WO/2003/059742

A hydrogen fueling station (2) and system for hydrogen fueled ve hicles that can transfer any gaseous fuel to any vehicle and can be located in any place where a vehicle can park and where environmental, safety and other regulatory requirements permit gaseous fuel to be transferred. The hydrogen fue ...


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Robin Curtis Michael, Mulvenna Alan John, Schmidt Gerhard Michael: Fuel cell fluid dissipater. General Hydrogen Corporation, Robin Curtis Michael, Mulvenna Alan John, Schmidt Gerhard Michael, LEE Brian, August 30, 2007: WO/2007/095721

A fuel cell fluid dissipater dissipates excess air, water and unreacted fuel from a fuel cell and comprises a gas permeable and water absorbing dissipation media and a fluid intake assembly. The fluid intake assembly directs excess water and unreacted fuel and air from the fuel cell to the dissipati ...



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