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2019-06-13. Thor Anders Aarhaug SINTEF Hydrogen fuel quality control. Online hydrogen impurity monitoring.
2019-06-13. Jaana Viitakangas VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland VTT Fuel Cells is one of the leading laboratories of measuring the effect of hydrogen impurities on PEMFC in the world. We have been developing the methodology for FC impurity measurements to revision of ISO 14687 to provide evidence for more accurate H2 impurity limits.

FC stack testing capabilities consist two automotive-type PEMFC test benches, 1 kW and 4 kW with possibility to pressurization up to 2.5 bar(a). Online measurement of gases is possible with a gas-sampling loop with GC and MS equipment. The inlet hydrogen, mixtures of hydrogen and accumulation of impurities within the anode gas recirculation can be analysed and monitored during the FC measurements.

In addition, VTT has a strong know-how and experience in (H2) gas analysis and, through VTT MIKES, gas measurement and calibration methods.

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