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dc.contributor薛康琳zh_TW
dc.contributor曾志明zh_TW
dc.contributor胡啟章zh_TW
dc.contributor黃炳照zh_TW
dc.contributor.advisor薛富盛zh_TW
dc.contributor.authorChao, Wen-Kaien_US
dc.contributor.author趙文愷zh_TW
dc.contributor.other中興大學zh_TW
dc.date2012zh_TW
dc.date.accessioned2014-06-06T06:44:19Z-
dc.date.available2014-06-06T06:44:19Z-
dc.identifierU0005-1204201115415900zh_TW
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dc.description.abstract鑒於國內外各單位對於燃料電池近幾年來的努力,目前已成功的解決許多技術及本質上的問題,然而距離商品化的目標仍面臨許多的挑戰,其中燃料電池陰陽兩極的水管理與CO毒化的問題為決定質子交換膜燃料電池發電效率及穩定性的重要因素。 為提升質子交換膜燃料電池於低溼度下的效能,大部分的文獻皆著重於改良Nafion® 膜的可溼性。主要的改良方式為利用親水性過度金屬氧化物(Transition metal oxide)作為水分子吸附劑添加於Nafion® 溶液中以製備高可溼性的Nafion® 膜。而且,只有少數文獻提及改善觸媒層的可溼性及提升燃料電池於低濕度環境下效能的影響。本論文為水分子吸附劑添加之複合觸媒層在低溼度環境下提升膜電極的可溼性研究。首先將金屬親水性氧化鋅水分子吸附劑利用超音波震盪技術添加於陽極觸媒層中提高觸媒層的可溼性並提升質子交換膜燃料電池於低濕度下的效能。接著利用直流物理氣象沉積法將鈦與鈦氧化物濺鍍於陽極觸媒層上以減緩在相同增溼能力下鈦氧化物的沉積量,避免由於電阻增加而導至效能下降。同時也研究金屬水分子吸附劑的可行性。最後利用直流物理氣象沉積法將鈦釩鉻濺鍍於陽極觸媒層上探討偏壓對於可溼性的影響。根據實驗的結果,對於使用金屬氧化物水分子吸附劑,效能改善的程度主要為觸媒層可溼性與電阻的增加兩大關鍵因素競爭下的結果。而使用金屬水分子吸附劑,效能改善的程度主要為觸媒層可溼性與水氾濫兩大關鍵因素競爭下的結果。整體而言添加水分子吸附劑於陽極觸媒層中確實可以提升質子交換膜燃料電池於低溼度下的效能,並可以避免因為添加水分子吸附劑於Nafion® 膜中對於膜的機械性質的影響。zh_TW
dc.description.abstractAn adequate water management system to avoid the drying and flooding phenomena of the membrane electrode assembly (MEA) and an effective CO-tolerant catalyst are still the two main challenges needed to be overcome. Since the CO-poisoning phenomenon is induced by the low operation temperature (<100℃) of PEMFC limited by inappropriate water management, a well-established adequate water management system could solve these two challenges simultaneously. This study aims to investigate the feasibility of fabricating composite anode catalyst layer to increase the wettability of MEA at low humidity condition and then improve the performance of PEMFC. For fabricating composite anode catalyst layer, commercial and homemade ZnO hygroscopic particles were firstly added into the anode catalyst layer by ultrasonic technique. Secondly, island-like TiOx nano-particles were deposited on the surface of anode catalyst layer by direct sputtering for easing the negative effect caused by the inherent high electrical resistance of the hygroscopic metal oxide particles, by reducing the amount of hygroscopic metal oxide particles addition with same wettability improvement. Finally, Ti and Ti-V-Cr alloy were used as water adsorbent to be deposited on the surface of anode catalyst layer by direct sputtering for solving the dilemma caused by the inherent high electrical resistance of the hygroscopic metal oxide particles. To sum up, among all the specimens in which ZnO particles were added to the anode catalyst layer, the MEA with 10% ZnO particles addition exhibits the highest current density at different anode humidifier temperatures ranging from 25 to 65℃. Furthermore, the MEAs with anode sputtered by Ti all revealed better performance improvement than that sputtered with TiOx at low humidifying temperature (25, 45℃) even the TiOx-supttered anode showed better wettability than that of Ti-sputtered. At anode humidifier temperature 25℃ and 45℃, the highest improvement of Ti-V-Cr-sputtered MEAs with 100V bias were 35% and 26%, which are higher than the MEAs added with ZnO, sputtered with Ti and sputtered with TiOx. For the MEAs with transition metal oxide water adsorbent (ZnO and TiOx) at anode, the cell performance is determined by a competition mechanism between wettability and the variation of electrical resistance caused by transition metal oxide water adsorbent addition. Furthermore, for the MEAs with metal adsorbent, the cell performance was mainly determined by a competition mechanism between the positive effect arose from the enhancement of wettability of anodic catalyst layer and the negative effect of flooding induced by the excess hygroscopic metal (Ti and Ti-V-Cr).en_US
dc.description.tableofcontentsAbstract (Chinese) I Abstract (English) II Contents IV List of tables VI List of figures VII Chapter 1 Introduction 1 1-1 Development Background of Fuel Cells 1 1-2 Classification of Fuel Cells 3 1-3 Principle and construction of PEMFC 5 1-3-1 Structure of PEMFC 5 1-3-2 Bipolar plate 7 1-3-3 Catalyst layer 7 1-3-4 Gas diffusion layer 8 1-3-5 Proton exchange membrane 9 1-4 Polarization and over-potential 11 1-4-1 Activation polarization 11 1-4-2 Ohmic polarization 11 1-4-3 Concentration polarization 12 1-5 Water management 13 1-5-1 Migration of water molecular in PEMFC 14 1-5-2 Literature review of water management in PEMFC 15 1-6 Motivation and objective 18 Chapter 2 Experimental 20 2-1 Preparation of hygroscopic ZnO particles 20 2-2 Preparation of composite anode of PEMFC 21 2-2-1 ZnO-added composite anode 21 2-2-2 TiOx-deposited composite anode 21 2-2-3 TiO-deposited composite anode 22 2-2-4 Ti-V-Cr-deposited composite anode 23 2-3 Preparation of membrane electrode assembly 25 2-4 Analytical instruments 25 2-4-1 Field emission scanning electrode microscope 25 2-4-2 Transmission electrode microscope 26 2-4-3 Energy Dispersive X-ray Analysis 27 2-4-4 X-ray diffraction 28 2-4-5 Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry 28 2-4-6 Cyclic Voltammetry 29 2-4-7 Fuel cell polarization test 30 Chapter 3 Results and discussion 3-1 Improvement of the PEMFC performance at low-humidity conditions by adding hygroscopic ZnO particles into the catalyst layer 32 3-1-1 Characterization of ZnO particles and Pt/C-ZnO catalyst ink 32 3-1-2 Water contact angle of the catalyst layer 47 3-1-3 Single cell polarization test 52 3-2 Effect on PEMFC performance by coating Ti and TiOx on the anodic catalyst layer 61 3-2-1 Characterization of Ti and TiOx coated silicon wafer 61 3-2-2 Characterization of Ti and TiOx coated carbon cloth and anodic catalyst layer 67 3-2-3 Water contact angle of catalyst layer 73 3-2-4 Single cell polarization test 77 3-3 Sputtering Ti-V-Cr high-entropy alloy on the anodic catalyst for the improvement of PEMFC performance under low humidity condition 86 3-3-1 Characterization of Ti-V-Cr sputtered silicon wafer 86 3-3-2 Characterization of Ti-V-Cr sputtered carbon cloth and anodic catalyst layer 93 3-3-3 Water contact angle of Ti-V-Cr sputtered commercial carbon cloth and anodic catalyst layer 100 3-3-4 Single cell polarization test 109 Chapter 4 Conclusion 119 Reference 123en_US
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dc.publisher材料科學與工程學系所zh_TW
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dc.subjectProton exchange membrane fuel cellen_US
dc.subject質子交換膜燃料電池zh_TW
dc.subjectWater managementen_US
dc.subjectZinc Oxideen_US
dc.subjectTi-V-Cr alloyen_US
dc.subjectTitaniumen_US
dc.subjectAnode catalyst layeren_US
dc.subjectPVD DC sputter systemen_US
dc.subject水管理zh_TW
dc.subject氧化鋅zh_TW
dc.subjectzh_TW
dc.subject鈦釩鉻合金zh_TW
dc.subject陽極觸媒層zh_TW
dc.subjectPVD直流濺鍍zh_TW
dc.titleEffect of adding hygroscopic metal and metal oxide particles in the anode catalyst layer on the PEMFC performance by PVD and ultrasonic techniquesen_US
dc.title利用物理氣相沉積技術與超音波震盪技術添加可溼性金屬氧化物與金屬顆粒於陽極觸媒層中對於質子交換膜燃料電池效能的影響zh_TW
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