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1 Introduction In order for installation of the fuel cell system to houses or a small-scale and mid-scale building to spread, it is necessary to reduce equipment cost. 1 In this system, common auxiliary machinery is installed in a machinery room. In this chapter, in order to reduce the capacity of the fuel cell connected to the network, a method of leveling the load is proposed. By this method, hydrogen and oxygen are generated by water electrolysis at times of low load with little power demand, and each gas is compressed and stored.
Ikaga, T. Chikamoto, Study on the Eﬀect of Energy Saving Methods and Global Warming Prevention in Tokyo, 19th Energy SystemEconomics-Environment Conference, 2003, 461–466 (in Japanese). 10. , Ltd. 11. K. Nagano, Feasibility study of the solar energy power-generation system in Sapporo, Tomita, K. (eds), Proceedings of 33rd SHASE Hokkaido Aﬃliate Conference, 1999, 5–8 (in Japanese). 1 Introduction In order for installation of the fuel cell system to houses or a small-scale and mid-scale building to spread, it is necessary to reduce equipment cost.
4) expresses the quantity of hydrogen production of the water electrolyzer, and the 2nd term expresses the hydrogen quantity supplied to the network from the cylinder, and the 3rd term expresses the quantity of hydrogen production of the reformer. Moreover, the right-hand side expresses the hydrogen consumption of the fuel cell of M. 5) is a balance equation of oxygen. The 1st term on the left-hand side expresses the oxygen concentration of the water electrolyzer, the 2nd term expresses the amount of oxygen supplied from the cylinder, and the 3rd term expresses the amount of oxygen in the air supply of the blower.
Compound Energy Systems: Optimal Operation Methods by Shin'ya Obara