Performa Sistem Integrasi PEM Fuel cell dan PEM Elektrolizer : Perangkat Energi Carrier di Indonesia

Ramli Sitanggang, Wahid Muchlason, Aprin Pratama Lubis


Indonesia has a landmass of approximately 1.9 million km2 is composed of 17.5 thousand large and small island surrounded by seas and oceans around 3.2 million km2.Indonesia's geographical conditions require specific transport and distribution of energy by energy carrier method of a primary source of energy toregions in Indonesia. In recent years, research has developed a PEM fuel cell for power plants, and PEM electrolyser for cheap Hydrogen production, especially electrolysis of water. In an integrated system, specifically PEM fuel cell and PEM electrolysernot much is explained about the influence of voltage, temperature, and time against the performance of the integrated system.Based on the description above, the performance system integration of PEM fuel cell with PEM electrolyser needed in the system integration. Converter power PEM electrolyser into Hydrogen followed by conversion Hydrogen PEM fuel cell into electric power has become the specific operating integration lines. Performance characteristics of operating system integration line shows the higher power generated PEM fuel cell then PEM electrolyser power needed the higher. On the application of the operating line Integration PEM fuel cell and PEM electrolyser can be applied at low temperature until high temperature (25oC until 100oC).


Performance of PEM electrolyser, Performance of PEM fuel cell, Modeling Integration, Energy Carrier

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