Tuesday November 191996

7:30 am- Presenters Breakfast St. Petersburg/Sarasota Rooms

8:30 am (Tuesday Presenters only)

7:30 am- Presenters Practice Room Open Ft. Lauderdale Room

5:30 pm

8:00 am- Registration Tamiami Lounge

5:00 pm

8:00 am- Continental Breakfast Tamiami Lounge

9:00 am

8:00 am- Guest Hospitality Room Open Key Largo Room

5:00 pm

SESSION ni-A

9:00 am- TRANSPORTATION APPLICATIONS I Casselberry/Orlando Hall

12:05 pm Chair:

Jon Leonard SCAQM

Co-Chair: Mark Hoberecht NASA

9:00 am- Opening Remarks 9:10 am

9:10 am- Breaking Down the Barriers to Commercialization of Fuel Cells

9:30 am in Transportation Through Government — Industry R&D Programs 258

S. Chalk, U.S. Department of Energy, Washington, DC and S. Venkateswaran, Energetics, Inc., Columbia, MD

9:30 am- PEFC Technology R&D at Toyota 262

9:50 am S. Kawatsu, M. Iwase and S. Aoyama, Toyota Motor Corporation, Shizuoka, JAPAN

9:50 am- Fuel Cell Systems for Passenger Cars — Opportunities and Requirements 266

10:10 am J. Tachtler, BMW, Munich, GERMANY and C. Bourne, Rover Group, Coventry, UNITED KINGDOM

10:10 am- Questions and Answers 10:30 am

10:30 am- Break Tamiami Lounge

10:45 am

10:45 am- Fuel Cells — From the Laboratory to the Road 270

11:05 am M. H. Fronk, Delphi Energy and Engine Management Systems, Rochester, NY

11:05 am- Development of PEFC for Transportable Applications 272

11:25 am H. Maeda, H. Fukumoto, K. Mitsuda, H. Urushibata, Mitsubishi Electric

Corporation, Hyogo, JAPAN, M. Enami and K. Takasu, NEDO (New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization), Tokyo, JAPAN

11:25 am- High Power Density PEM Fuel Cell Stack Development for

11:45 am Automotive Applications 276

R. Pow, Ballard Power Systems, Inc., Burnaby, B.C., CANADA, M. Reindl and W. Tillmetz, Dornier GmbH, GERMANY

11:45 am- Questions and Answers 12:05 pm

SESSION m-B

9:00 am- MCFCR&D Kissimmee/St. Cloud Hall

12:05 pm Chair:

Rioji Anahara FCDIC

Co-Chair: Tom George USDOE

9:00 am- Opening Remarks 9:10 am

9:10 am- Direct Fuel Cell Product Design Improvement 280

9:30 am H. C. Mara and M. Farooque, Energy Research Corporation, Danbury, CT

9:30 am- Status of MCFC Stack Technology at IHI 284

9:50 am M. Hosaka, T. Morita, T. Matuyama and M. Otsubo, Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd., Tokyo, JAPAN

9:50 am- Development of Large Scale Internal Reforming Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell 288

10:10 am A. Sasaki, T. Shinoki and M. Matsumura, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Hyogo, JAPAN

10:10 am- Questions and Answers 10:30 am

10:30 am- Break Tamiami Lounge

10:45 am

10:45 am- Progress of MCFC Stack Technology at Toshiba 292

11:05 am M. Hori, T. Hayashi and Y. Shimizu, Toshiba Corporation, Tokyo, JAPAN

11:05 am- Demonstration of Direct Internal Reforming for MCFC Power Plants 296

11:25 am K. Aasberg-Petersen, Haldor Topsoe AJS, Lyngby, DENMARK, P. Simonsen, Elkraft AmbA, Ballerup, DENMARK, P. Christensen, S. Winther, E. Jörn, E. Jensen, C. Olsen, Haldor Topsoe A/S, Lyngby, DENMARK

11:25 am- Status of the M-C Power IMHEX® MCFC Commercialization Program 300

11:45 am Rene M. Laurens, J. Scroppo, R. Petri, and T. Benjamin, M-C Power Corporation, Burr Ridge, IL

11:45 am- Questions and Answers 12:05 pm

12:30 pm- POSTER SESSION TWO AND LUNCH Florida Hall

2:00 pm Chair:

Pat O'Donnell NASA

POSTERS P2A — Transportation Applications

1) Ansaldo Programs on Fuel Cell Vehicles 304 B. G. Marcenaro and F. Federici, Ansaldo Ricerche Sri, Genova, ITALY

2) Performance Evaluation of lkW PEFC 307 H. Komaki, Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd., Tokyo, JAPAN and

S. Tsuchiyama, The Shipbuilding Research Association of Japan, Tokyo, JAPAN

3) PEM Fuel Cell Powered Utility Vehicle Fleet in the City of Palm Desert, CA * G. Rambach, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA

4) Experimental Investigation on a TUrbine Compressor for Air Supply

System of a Fuel Cell 311

M. Matsuda, Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd., Yokosuka, JAPAN and S. Tsuchiyama, The Shipbuilding Research Association of Japan, Tokyo, JAPAN

♦Abstract not available at time of publication.

5) Development of a Selective Oxidation CO Removal Reactor for

Methanol Reformate Gas 315

S. Okada, Y. Takatani, S. Terada, and S. Ohtani, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd., Hyogo, JAPAN, S. Tsuchiyama, The Shipbuilding Research Association of Japan, Tokyo, JAPAN

6) Performance of Catalysts for CO Removal by Methanation 319

H. Oshiro, K. Nagaya, and K. Mitani, Hitachi Zosen Corporation, Osaka, JAPAN, S. Tsuchiyama, The Shipbuilding Research Association of Japan, Tokyo, JAPAN

7) Power Feature Required for PEFC Powered Electric Propulsion Ship 323

I. Yoshida, NKK Corporation, Yokohama, Japan and M. Oka, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Nagasaki, JAPAN

8) Dynamic Simulator for PEFC Propulsion Plant 327 M. Hiraide, E. Kaneda, and T. Sato, Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Co.,

Ltd., Tokyo, JAPAN and S. Tsuchiyama, The Ship Building Research Association of Japan, Tokyo, JAPAN

9) Hirning Fuel Cells Into Operating Systems; Some Results From a Systems Integration Study withdrawn

R. Mallant, L. Hamilton, N. Lanser and C. Verhoeve, Netherlands Energy Research Foundation, ECN, Petten, THE NETHERLANDS

10) Air-Breathing Fuel Cell Stacks for Portable Power Applications 331 M. S. Wilson, D. DeCaro, J. K. Neutzler, C. Zawodzinski and S. Gottesfeld,

Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM

11) Diesel Fuel to DC Power: Navy and Marine Corps Applications 335 D. Bloomfield, Analytic Power Corporation, Boston, MA

12) Fuel Economy and Range Estimates for Fuel Cell Powered Automobiles 339 M. Steinburgler and J. Ogden, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ

13) Diesel Fueled Ship Propulsion Fuel Cell Demonstration Project 342 W. H. Kumm, Arctic Energies, Ltd., Severna Park, MD

1) Demixing and Effective Volatility of Molten Alkali Carbonate

Melts in MCFCs 343

T. Brenscheidt, H. Wendt, Institut fur Chemische Technologie, Darmstadt, GERMANY

2) Operation Characteristics of a Multiple Type MCFC 347 S. Kuroe and T. Kamo, Hitachi Research Laboratory, and H. Fujimura,

Power and Industrial Systems, R&D Division, Hitachi Ltd., T. Kahara, Hitachi Works, Hitachi, Ltd., Ibaraki-ken, JAPAN

♦Abstract not available at time of publication.

3) MCFC Power Plant with C02 Separation N. Kinoshita, Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Company, Ltd., Tokyo, JAPAN

4) An Approach for Longer Lifetime MCFCs

M. Matsumoto, M. Tatsumi, T. Hayano, H. Takeya, A. Miki, MCFC Research Association, Tokyo, JAPAN

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