Technical Proceedings of the 2009 Clean Technology Conference and Trade Show

Clean Technology 2009

Chapter 5: Energy Storage, Fuel Cells and Hydrogen

  1. A Novel Architecture for Micro Fuel Cells
    S. Moghaddam, E. Pengwang, K. Lin, R.I. Masel, M.A. Shannon
    UIUC, US
  2. High lithium ion storage capacity of CO annealed titania nanotube arrays
    D. Liu, Y. Zhang, G. Cao
    University of Washington, US
  3. Promoting the activity of LiFePO4 (olivine) cathode of Li-ion battery by supramolecular complexes with single walled carbon nanotubes
    L. Kavan, I. Exnar, M. Graetzel
    J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry, CZ
  4. Nickel oxide hollow nano-fiber electrodes for electrochemical capacitors
    S. Machida, H. Tsutsumi
    Yamaguchi University, JP
  5. Phase Stabilized and Enhanced PtCu3/C oxygen reduction electrocatalysts via Au galvanic displacement
    Z. Liu, D. Huang, S. Koh, C. Yu, K.L. More, L.F. Allard Jr., P. Strasser
    University of Houston, US
  6. Energy-efficient electrochemical CO2 capture from the atmosphere
    M.D. Eisaman, D.E. Schwartz, S. Amic, D. Larner, J. Zesch, K. Littau
    Palo Alto Research Center, US
  7. A Novel Anode Electrode for Direct Borohydride Fuel Cell
    K.-J. Kim, R. Bernas, G.H. Miley, N. Luo, X. Yang
    University of Illinois, US
  8. A Computational Study to Overcome Mass Transfer Limit in Microfluidic Fuel Cell
    T. Wilburn, D. Zhou
    California State Univeristy, Sacramento, US
  9. Nanoengineering of a New Generation Proton Exchange Membrane for Micro Fuel Cells
    S. Moghaddam, R. Masel, M. Shannon
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, US
  10. Expermental Study of Hydrogen in Internal Combustion Engines
    B. Albayrak Çeper, E. Berat Birsen, S. Orhan Akansu, N. Kahraman
    Erciyes University, TR
  11. Engineering High Surface Area Catalysts for Clean Tech Applications
    D.N. McIlroy, G. Corti, T. Cantrell, M. Beaux, T. Prakash, M.G. Norton
    Washington State University, US
  12. Plasma Torch Process for Hydrogen Production at Small Distributed Stations
    G.H. Miley, W.C. Gough, H. Leon
    University of Illinois, US
  13. Silica Nanosprings – A Novel Nanostructured Material for Hydrogen Storage
    M.G. Norton, D.N. McIlroy, G. Corti, M.A. Miller
    Washington State University, US
  14. Hydrogen-Steel Compatibility Research at NIST-Boulder
    T.A. Siewert, A.J. Slifka, J.D. McColskey, A.N. Lasseigne, N.E. Nanninga, Y. Levi
    NIST, US

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