Review of necessary thermophysical properties and their sensivities with temperature and electrolyte mass fractions for alkaline water electrolysis multiphysics modelling (2019)
© 2019 Hydrogen Energy Publications LLC This article presents an exhaustive review of the transport properties necessary for the multiphysics modelling of alkaline water electrolyzer. This article provides experimental data and the correlations needed to calculate thermos-physical properties such as electrical conductivity, density, viscosity, heat capacity, heat and mass transfer diffusion coefficients as a function of temperature and electrolyte mass fraction for two classical alkaline electrolytes (KOH, NaOH). Thus, the different boundary layers growing on the electrodes can be calculated with precision. Different interpolation models from various authors are compared to raw experimental data. The goal of this article is to give to the modeler the correlations needed for the simulation of alkaline water electrolysis.
CitationLe Bideau D, Mandin P, Benbouzid M, Kim M, Sellier M (2019). Review of necessary thermophysical properties and their sensivities with temperature and electrolyte mass fractions for alkaline water electrolysis multiphysics modelling. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 44(10). 4553-4569.
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KeywordsAlkalin electrolysis; Multiphysics modelling; Electrolyte; Thermophysical properties
ANZSRC Fields of Research40 - Engineering::4008 - Electrical engineering::400804 - Electrical energy storage
40 - Engineering::4004 - Chemical engineering::400404 - Electrochemical energy storage and conversion
40 - Engineering::4008 - Electrical engineering::400803 - Electrical energy generation (incl. renewables, excl. photovoltaics)
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