Course Content
Week Topics Study Materials
1 Introduction and definitions Fuel Cell Handbook, US Department of Energy, 2004 (Related chapter should be read)
2 How fuel cell works, what is their performance Fuel Cell Handbook, US Department of Energy, 2004 (Related chapter should be read)
3 Fuels for fuel cells Fuel Cell Handbook, US Department of Energy, 2004 (Related chapter should be read)
4 Pollutants control, processes integration Fuel Cell Handbook, US Department of Energy, 2004 (Related chapter should be read)
5 Theoretical and practical yileds of fuel cells Rankie & Brayton Cycles Fuel Cell Handbook, US Department of Energy, 2004 (Related chapter should be read)
6 PEM fuel cells Fuel Cell Handbook, US Department of Energy, 2004 (Related chapter should be read)
7 Alkaline fuel cells Fuel Cell Handbook, US Department of Energy, 2004 (Related chapter should be read)
8 Molten carbonate fuel cells Fuel Cell Handbook, US Department of Energy, 2004 (Related chapter should be read)
9 Phosphoric acid fuel cells Fuel Cell Handbook, US Department of Energy, 2004 (Related chapter should be read)
10 Solid oxide fuel cells Fuel Cell Handbook, US Department of Energy, 2004 (Related chapter should be read)
11 Fuel cell thermodynamics Fuel Cell Handbook, US Department of Energy, 2004 (Related chapter should be read)
12 Fuel cell performance Fuel Cell Handbook, US Department of Energy, 2004 (Related chapter should be read)
13 Electrochemistry of fuel cells Fuel Cell Handbook, US Department of Energy, 2004 (Related chapter should be read)
14 Fuel production for fuel cells Fuel Cell Handbook, US Department of Energy, 2004 (Related chapter should be read)

Sources
Textbook Lecture notes-power point presentation, Fuel Cell Handbook, US Department of Energy, 2004.
Additional Resources Supramaniam Srinivasan, (2010)Fuel Cells: From Fundamentals to Applications,Springer