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Designing and Building Fuel Cells 1st Edition
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I found it somewhat lacking in practical detail around the actual construction of a fuel cell. My background is in manufacturing engineering. I need to know such things as how many layers at how many square inches are needed to achieve this voltage and current output. It was difficult for me to distill this information from the text. I bought the book for the purpose of constructing a fuel cell (out in the garage! - as my wife says), but didn't feel I came away with this knowledge.
Dr. Spiegel is clearly an authority in the field of fuel cells. Don't be put off by the advanced math. The book is an informative and engaging read. I am looking forward to her new book, "The Brilliant Mind: Fuel Cell Experiments for a Bright Future", to provide me with more applied knowledge of fuel cells. In the meantime, there is a wealth of information on the Internet about fuel cells and their construction (Google: Phillip Hurley).
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I boyght thi book to make my thesis's project, all information is very clear, and I can development every thing about pem's fuel cell , I recommend this book to know and... Read morePublished on July 1, 2013 by fercho
This book serves as a basic comprehensive guide to fuel cells. While the information appears to be accurate, there are several major cons that have bothered me while I read through... Read morePublished on January 19, 2012 by thelostspy007
On the whole, this is an excellent text, but I was a bit put off some of the opening discussion. The chapter on the "Hydrogen Economy" -- while well-written -- really didn't... Read morePublished on July 8, 2008 by Leon Caruthers