In connection with the energy-efficient processes, Fuel Cells have emerged as more efficient devices that converts chemical energy in a fuel into electrical energy. Fuel Cells are superior to other power generating techniques available today. A fuel cell operating on pure hydrogen emits zero emissions at the source and produces water as by product.
Some stationary fuel cells use natural gas or hydrocarbons as a hydrogen feedstock, but even these systems produce far fewer emissions than conventional power plants. There are no moving parts in a fuel cell stack, making them more reliable and quieter than generators. Unlike batteries that must be disposed of once their chemicals are used up, fuel cell reactions do not degrade over time and can theoretically provide continuous electricity.
Traditional power plants must be large in order to gain efficiency, but fuel cells can achieve higher efficiencies at any scale, making them perfect for small portable, residential, and transportation uses. The workshop is designed for Under Graduate, Post Graduate, Research Scholars and University Faculty members.
- Introduction to Fuel cell, Fundamental & application, Reaction Kinetics, Cell charge and mass transport, Electro Catalysis, Characterization, Fuel Processing, Fuel cell Stacks: Overview
- Hydrogen storage
The students are requested to confirm their participation through a mail (given below). Participations from academic institutes and industries are requested to send a Demand Draft in favor of “REGISTRAR, MNIT Jaipur” payable at Jaipur with a print out of the filled-in the Registration form, by Courier/ Speed PostRegistered Post before 15th January, 2020 to: Dr. Sonal & Dr. Neetu Kumari, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, MNIT, J.L.N. Marg, Jaipur 302017, Rajasthan, India.
- Students from MNIT Rs.500/-
- Students from other institutes Rs 1000/-
- Academician Rs.2000/-
- Industries & R&D labs Rs.2000/-
Dr. Sonal: sonal.chem[at]mnit.ac.in (9549650891)
Dr. Neetu Kumari: neetu.chem[at]mnit.ac.in (9549650416)
Dr. V. Subbaramaiah: vsr.chem[at]mnit. ac.in (9549650141)