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This reversible heat is here partly (68 % at 923 K to be exact) recovered by the bottoming power cycle and therefore the total electrical efficiency does not decrease significantly. 3. Non-ideal reversible fuel cell–bottoming cycle systems In the previous section, we have seen that the electrical efficiency of the fuel cell-power cycle combination does not depend on the operating temperature when both are operated reversibly. In practice, however, irreversible losses always occur and in this section we analyze their influence on the electrical efficiency.
Comparison of the experimental results (o) and the plane described by the Simple Model, seen from 2 different viewing angles. This figure shows clearly the discrepancy between the experimental result and the Simple Model where only r is fitted. The discrepancy between the fitted value for V*eq(0) and αf, and their theoretical values are caused by the assumptions and shortcomings made in the Simple Model. In the Extended Model, we include the initial dip, the oxidant utilization and the non-homogenous current distribution.
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