About the CAMELOT project ...

The FCH 2 JU funded CAMELOT project brings together highly experienced research institutes, universities, fuel cell membrane electrode assembly suppliers and transport OEMs to improve understanding of the limitations in fuel cell electrodes. This will enable the partners to provide guidance on the next generation of MEAs required to achieve 2024 performance targets.


Overall objectives

Improve the power density of fuel cells by understanding the limitations on the performance of MEA.

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Objective 1: to diagnose the fundamental transport properties that limit performance in SoA and prototype beyond‐SoA MEAs and materials.
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Objective 2: Extend a leading open source model to enable the accurate simulation of SoA MEAs using automotive SRU Hardware.
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Objective 3: Produce MEAs with features that have the potential to enable disruptive performance increases and to validate the open source model for beyond‐SoA MEAs.
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Objective 4: Propose new beyond‐SoA MEA designs in automotive SRU geometries that address SoA performance limitations and provide simulation tools that guide rational development of new MEA concepts.

 

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SINTEF AS BAYERISCHE MOTOREN WERKE
AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT
IMTEK
UNIVERSITY OF FREIBURG
JOHNSON MATTHEY
FUEL CELLS LIMITED

 

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CHEMNITZ UNIVERSITY
OF TECHNOLOGY

FCP FUEL CELL POWERTRAIN GmbH PRETEXO

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