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St Pierre Jean, Campbell Stephen A, Watson Mark K, Sexsmith Michael P, Hornburg Gerald, Derflinger Monika: Systeme de refroidissement antigel, Antifreeze cooling subsystem. Ballard Power Systems, Xcellsis, Ballard Power Systems, Xcellsis, BORDEN LADNER GERVAIS, March 30, 2000: CA2344856 (9 worldwide citation)

Liquid cooled systems having coolant circulation loops (136) must often operate in below freezing conditions. For instance, in various applications certain fuel cell systems (10) must be able to tolerate repeated shutdown and storage in below freezing conditions. Conventional glycol-based coolants t ...


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Derflinger Monika, Haas Isabel, Walz Hans Frieder: Cooling system for a fuel cell facility. Ballard Power Systems, August 21, 2002: EP1233466-A2 (2 worldwide citation)

The cooling system has a cooling medium circulated in a cooling circuit containing at least one cooler (2), a cooling medium pump (3) and additional components (5) to be cooled external to the fuel cell (4), with valves (8,10) controlling the flow quantity of the cooling medium through the cooled co ...


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St Pierre Jean, Campbell Stephen A, Watson Mark K, Sexsmith Michael P, Derflinger Monika, Hornburg Gerald: Antifreeze cooling subsystem. Ballard Power Systems, Xcellsis, St Pierre Jean, Campbell Stephen A, Watson Mark K, Sexsmith Michael P, Derflinger Monika, Hornburg Gerald, DE KOCK Elbie R, March 30, 2000: WO/2000/017951 (1 worldwide citation)

Liquid cooled systems having coolant circulation loops (136) must often operate in below freezing conditions. For instance, in various applications certain fuel cell systems (10) must be able to tolerate repeated shutdown and storage in below freezing conditions. Conventional glycol-based coolants t ...


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Derflinger Monika, Haas Isabel, Kaufmann Lars: Fuel cell system and method for operating the system. Xcellsis, January 9, 2002: EP1170811-A2

The system has a first separator (5) for separating water from a hydrogen rich medium upstream of the stage of a single-stage oxidation unit and a pressure-reducing valve (8) between the first separator and the single stage. Alternatively, a separator can be arranged upstream of the last oxidation u ...


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Derflinger Monika, Mirsch Dietmar: Fuel cell system and method for operating. Xcellsis, January 16, 2002: EP1172875-A2

A mixture of fuel e.g. methanol, stored in a tank (5) is fed to a deioniser (3) to free it from impurities before supplying a hydrogen gas generator (2) which supplies hydrogen to the fuel cell (1).


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St Pierre Jean, Campbell Stephen A, Watson Mark K, Sexsmith Michael P, Derflinger Monika, Hornburg Gerald: Antifreeze cooling subsystem. Xcellsis, Dbb Fuel Cell Engines, July 18, 2001: EP1116296-A1

Liquid cooled systems having coolant circulation loops (136) must often operate in below freezing conditions. For instance, in various applications certain fuel cell systems (10) must be able to tolerate repeated shutdown and storage in below freezing conditions. Conventional glycol-based coolants t ...


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Tüxen Thorsten, Weigele Klaus, Richter Holger, Warm Armin, Booden Valerie Jordan, Derflinger Monika, Milacic Milos, Reiff Stefan, Sanderson William, Thomas Fred: Leakage test in a fuel cell system. Daimler, Ford Global Technologies, Tüxen Thorsten, Weigele Klaus, Richter Holger, Warm Armin, Booden Valerie Jordan, Derflinger Monika, Milacic Milos, Reiff Stefan, Sanderson William, Thomas Fred, KOCHER Klaus Peter, June 19, 2008: WO/2008/071402

The invention relates to a method for detecting leakages in the anode circuit of a fuel cell system, in which the anode circuit is closed by closing all the input and output lines when a defined minimum pressure occurs, and the pressure in the anode circuit is determined by means of a pressure senso ...


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Derflinger Monika, Reiff Stefan, Richter Holger, Sanderson William, Tüxen Thorsten, Warm Armin, Weigele Klaus: Method of detecting a leak in a fuel cell system. Daimler, Ford Global Technologies, Derflinger Monika, Reiff Stefan, Richter Holger, Sanderson William, Tüxen Thorsten, Warm Armin, Weigele Klaus, KOCHER Klaus Peter, May 28, 2009: WO/2009/065520

The invention relates to a method of detecting a leak in a fuel cell system, having an anode branch comprising an anode compartment, in which a pressure prevailing in the anode compartment is established by actuating at least one control element for setting a mass flow rate for an anode gas which ma ...


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Derflinger Monika, Haas Isabel, Kaufmann Lars: Fuel cell device. Xcellsis, February 8, 2002: JP2002-042848

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an improved fuel cell device having water balance.SOLUTION: This fuel cell device is provided with a fuel cell unit having, at least, a fuel cell and a gas generator generating a hydrogen rich medium intending to supply hydrogen to the fuel cell unit. In this device, ...


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Derflinger Monika, Mirsch Dietmar: Fuel cell device and operation method of the same. Xcellsis, March 15, 2002: JP2002-075428

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a fuel cell device with improved water balance and to provide an operation method of the same.SOLUTION: For the fuel cell device comprising a cell unit 1 having at least one fuel cell, a gas generator 2 used for supplying hydrogen from an operating medium to the cell ...



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