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Paul Leonard Adcock, Philip John Mitchell, Simon Edward Foster: Electrolytic and fuel cell arrangements. Loughborough University of Technology, James E Bradley, March 21, 2000: US06040075 (35 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an electrolytic or fuel cell arrangement comprising a stacking of bipolar elements (21, 31, 41), each element comprising an anode part (22) and a cathode part (23), the anode part of one element cooperating with the cathode part of the next adjacent element.


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Jeremy Stephen Matcham, Nathan Grange, Paul Alan Benson, Scott Baird, Ashley Kells, Jonathan Cole, Paul L Adcock, Peter David Hood, Simon Edward Foster: Water management in fuel cells. Intelligent Energy, Jeremy S Matcham, Fish & Richardson P C, October 2, 2012: US08277998 (1 worldwide citation)

An electrochemical fuel cell having an anode, an ion transfer membrane and a cathode has liquid water delivered to the fluid flow channels within the cathode so as to maintain a relative humidity of 100% throughout the fluid flow channels. A calibration method and apparatus is described for determin ...


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Simon Edward Foster, Peter David Hood, Christopher James Kirk: Fuel cell system. Intelligent Energy, Baker & Hostetler, November 15, 2016: US09496571

A fuel cell (FC) system operating as its own hydrogen leak detector. The system including at least one cathode and cathode conduit for passage of oxidant to the cathode and a housing containing one or more FCs and defining a plenum around the FC. A ventilation system forces air from the plenum into ...


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Christopher James Kirk, Simon Edward Foster: Hydrogen quality monitor. Intelligent Energy, Baker & Hostetler, August 8, 2017: US09726635

A pair of fuel cells are configured as a hydrogen purity monitor. A first cell, acting as a reference cell, is configured to generate electrical current from the electrochemical reaction of hydrogen and oxidant and has a first fuel inlet configured to receive hydrogen from a first hydrogen source. A ...


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Peter David Hood, Simon Edward Foster: Gaskets for fuel cells. Intelligent Energy, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, December 25, 2012: US08338057

A gasket for sealing internal surfaces of a fuel cell and formed of compressible material, the gasket comprising a first sealing surface and a second sealing surface for providing a fluid seal against opposing faces of a first fluid flow field plate and a second fluid flow field plate respectively, ...


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Ashley James Kells, Simon Edward Foster, Paul Leonard Adcock, Jonathan Cole: Excess coolant fluid feed to fuel cell stacks. Intelligent Energy, Baker & Hostetler, September 20, 2016: US09450255

A fuel cell stack assembly has a plurality of fuel cells each having a fluid coolant conduit. A coolant feed inlet manifold has a coolant inlet, and the coolant feed inlet manifold is coupled to each fluid coolant conduit for distribution of coolant to each fuel cell. The coolant feed inlet manifold ...


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Jeremy Stephen Matcham, Nathan Grange, Paul Alan Benson, Scott Baird, Ashley Kells, Jonathan Cole, Paul L Adcock, Peter David Hood, Simon Edward Foster: Water Management in Fuel Cells. Fish & Richardson PC, October 9, 2008: US20080248336-A1

An electrochemical fuel cell having an anode, an ion transfer membrane and a cathode has liquid water delivered to the fluid flow channels within the cathode so as to maintain a relative humidity of 100% throughout the fluid flow channels. A calibration method and apparatus is described for determin ...


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Peter David Hood, Simon Edward Foster: Gaskets for fuel cells. Intelligent Energy, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, December 17, 2009: US20090311569-A1

A gasket for sealing internal surfaces of a fuel cell and formed of compressible material, the gasket comprising a first sealing surface and a second sealing surface for providing a fluid seal against opposing faces of a first fluid flow field plate and a second fluid flow field plate respectively, ...