成果報告書詳細
管理番号20120000000766
タイトル*平成23年度中間年報 固体高分子形燃料電池実用化推進技術開発 基盤技術開発/ セル評価解析の共通基盤技術
公開日2012/8/9
報告書年度2011 - 2011
委託先名学校法人大同学園 学校法人立命館 国立大学法人東京工業大学 財団法人日本自動車研究所
プロジェクト番号P10001
部署名新エネルギー部
和文要約和文要約等以下本編抜粋:
1.研究開発の内容及び成果
1-1. 概要
平成23 年度においては、セル評価解析の共通基盤技術を確立することを目的として、以下の内容を実施した。
英文要約Title : Development of PEFC Technologies aiming for Practical Application.Base Technology. Basic and common technology for cell evaluative analysis (FY2010-FY2012) FY2011 Annual Report
Many kinds of MEA materials for PEFC have been being developed at various institutes, companies and universities. However, it was very difficult for FC system makers to select practical materials among such developed ones because each developer has different evaluation methods especially in-situ evaluation conditions using Fuel Cell. “PEFC Evaluation Project” has a mission to evaluate MEA materials which have been newly developed by NEDO projects or others in a same kind of evaluation methods. Four research institutes (Daido University, Japan Automobile Research Institute, Tokyo Institute of Technology and Ritsumeikan University) are carrying out this project. In "PEFC Evaluation Project", newly developed catalysts or electrolyte materials are processed with "standard" materials and fabricated to MEA which is evaluated the performances in a single cell by common methods. These evaluated results are backed to the material developers, and the developers can make shortening of development period. The purpose of “PEFC Evaluation Project” is to extract fine materials with high performance & low cost and to help to accelerate the commercialization of Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEV). The following (1) to (8) items were carried out in FY2011.(1) Establishment of the MEA evaluation technique for standard materials by using JARI standard cell, (2) Examination of the initial quality and durability assessment technique of an electrolyte membrane, (3) Development of structural analysis technology for catalyst layer section, (4) Development of the analyzing technology of water transfer in MEA (5) Development of the degradation analysis of electrolyte membranes (6) Evaluation of newly developed catalysts and membranes using 1cm2 cell, (7) Evaluation of newly developed membranes using JARI standard cell, (8) Evaluation of the influence which impurities, such as the carbon monoxide in hydrogen has on operation of an automotive fuel cell. Items (1) (7) and (8) were carried out by Japan Automobile Research Institute. Items (2) and (6) were carried out by Daido University. Items (3) and (4) were carried out by Tokyo Institute of Technology. Item (5) was carried out by Ritsumeikan University.
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