A0-2. Modeling

Sunday, 5 October 2014: 13:00-16:00
Sunrise, 2nd Floor, Galactic Ballroom 8 (Moon Palace Resort)
Ugur Pasaogullari and Jeffrey S Allen
Combined Pore Network and Finite Volume Modelling of Water Movement in PEM Fuel Cell Porous Transport Layers
J. G. Pharoah (Queen's University), J. Allen (Michigan Technological University), R. Nishida (Queen's University), E. Medici, V. Konduru, and K. Tajiri (Michigan Technological University)
Modeling Thermal Transport in Heterogeneous Porous Media of PEM Fuel Cells Using Pore Network Model
V. Konduru, E. Medici, and J. S. Allen (Michigan Technological University)
Analytical Modeling of Effective Diffusivity in Micro-Porous Layers
M. Andisheh-Tadbir (PhD Candidate, Simon Fraser University), M. E. Hannach, E. Kjeang (Simon Fraser University), and M. Bahrami (Laboratory for Alternative Energy Conversion (LAEC), School of Mechatronic Systems Engineering, Simon Fraser University)
Multi-Scale Analysis for Automotive PEM Fuel Cell System: Macro-Scale Analysis
S. Shimpalee, V. Lilavivat (University of South Carolina), S. Hirano, B. Pence, D. Wilkosz, M. DeBolt, and G. Saloka (Ford Motor Company)
OpenFCST: An Open-Source Mathematical Modelling Software for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells
M. Secanell (University of Alberta), A. Putz (Automotive Fuel Cell Corporation), P. Wardlaw, V. Zingan, M. Bhaiya, M. Moore, J. Zhou, C. Balen, and K. Domican (University of Alberta)
Computational Modelling of Cation Contamination in PEFCs
M. A. Uddin, U. Pasaogullari, and T. Molter (University of Connecticut)