Fuel Cell Technology
11 – 15 July 2016
Fuel cells are an emerging technology, and are again becoming of interest to a wide range of companies and other stakeholders. Imperial College has an international reputation across the fuel cell field, and can offer theoretical and experimental training in a wide variety of aspects of fuel cell technology, including underlying principals, technology status, and manufacturing, characterisation and testing methods. The course will be offered as five one day modules, which can be taken as one or more options.
Each day has a separate aims:
Day 1: Introduction to FC technology and current status
- To provide a grounding in the underlying principals and theory of fuel cells
- To provide an overview of current technology status
- To describe the current and emerging role of fuel cells in the energy system
Day 2: SOFC processing
- To introduce SOFC materials and designs
- To provide an overview of processes used for SOFC manufacturing
- To provide laboratory training in SOFC processing
Day 3: Polymer FC processing
- To introduce PEFC materials and designs
- To provide an overview of processes used for PEFC manufacturing
- To provide laboratory training in PEFC processing
Day 4: FC characterisation
- To introduce fuel cell characterisation and analysis methods
- To provide laboratory training in selected fuel cell characterisation methods
Day 5: FC testing
- To introduce fuel cell testing and analysis methods
- To provide laboratory training in putting together and operating a fuel cell test
Who Should Attend?
The course is designed for technical staff working in the fuel cell or energy sector, and for those interested in fuel cell application and development.
The course consists of lectures and hands-on practical sessions.
- Duration: 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 days
- Fees: £445 per day OR £1850 for all 5 days
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