THE FUEL CELL TECHNICIANaS GUIDE explains fuel cells and systems without requiring advanced knowledge in science or engineering for the installation, implementation, hand troubleshooting, and repair of fuel cells and systems. This book begins with the history of fuel cells and goes on to discuss various kinds of fuel cells, system balance-of-plant issues, safety, and codes and standards encountered on the job. Varying fuel cells are used as primary examples throughout the text, providing several different views of how fuel cells work, where they work best, and why these concepts are important. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.Fuel cells do not spin shafts but use electronic devices to produce the amount and quality of power needed. ... Many of these are transient loads that come online and then go back offline just as fast. ... Reactive power is quite a bit more complicated, but in essence what happens when AC power is stored through capacitance or inductance and ... coils and capacitors to atrapa the current and keep it out of the grid, thus, a large induction motor will have a corresponding capacitor installed.
|Title||:||Fuel Cell Technician’s Guide|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2012-08-21|