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Old   November 19, 2015, 10:48
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I am using a PEMFC add-on module to simulate a high-temperature pemfc(293k~453k) with the single serpentine flow field in fluent.

Anybody know how to set PEMFC MODELs in high temperature pemfc.

Setting HT-PEMFC and LT-PEMFC What are the different ?

I can't find the relevant high-temperature pemfc setting of teaching.
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Currently i only change "Ideal Gas parameter ","boundary temperature","close membrane transport option".

What parameters need to be set from lt-pemfc to ht-pemfc ?

how to know "GDL,Membrane,catalyst porosity and permeability" ?

Why single-channel current density is higher than the full-channel in ht-pemfc caes?

Look forward to your reply! Thanks!

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