Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle New Choice For Future Travel

- May 23, 2018 -

Greenhouse gas emissions, fossil energy consumption, and urban haze are intensifying. The traditional automobile industry brings convenience to people's transportation and it also aggravates the pressure of the urban environment. In the process of the global energy structure shift towards clean, low-carbon and environmental protection A hydrogen fuel cell vehicle with hydrogen as its fuel, zero emissions, high power, and long battery life is particularly attractive.

 

 

According to Yi Polian, a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, the structure of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles is similar to that of crude oil vehicles, except that the fuel tanks of crude oil vehicles are replaced with hydrogen storage tanks, and the internal combustion engine of fuel vehicles is replaced by the fuel cell engine. The working method is exactly the same as that of fuel vehicles. , But the fuel car refuels, fuel cell car hydrogen. The mileage of fuel cell vehicles and fuel vehicles are basically the same, and comfort is not affected. However, the fuel cell vehicles discharge water, which can truly achieve zero emissions and zero pollution. Yi Po-Lian mentioned that fuel-cell vehicles can reach mileages of 300 to 500 kilometers, hydrogenation time is about 3 to 5 minutes, and lithium-ion batteries last about 20 to 30 minutes. Therefore, compared with lithium-ion electric vehicles, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles have unique advantages in terms of cruising range, filling time, vehicle power, and ride comfort.

 

 

The zero-emission and zero-pollution characteristics of hydrogen fuel cells are considered by the industry to be the ideal technology for future cleanliness and environmental protection, and is the “ultimate new energy power solution”. Many countries in the world also regard fuel cell vehicles as one of the important development directions for future clean energy vehicles, and the large-scale application of fuel cell vehicles currently faces enormous challenges.

Experts said that large-scale deployment of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles is facing high costs and durability problems. Hydrogen fuel cells are the core components of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, and they also have the highest proportion of cost. The proton exchange reaction process of the core technology of fuel cells requires the implementation of platinum group elements and other catalysts, and platinum metal is not only expensive but also scarce. At the same time, the reliability and durability of the fuel cell power system as a vehicle are not as good as those of conventional diesel and gasoline engines. Therefore, how to extend the service life while reducing costs has become a new proposition for the development of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.http://www.wxytgas.com/