PUMA MIND at the Programme Review 2014

PUMA MIND recently participated at the fourth edition of the Programme Review organised by the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU)The objective of the event was to assess the progress and achievements of the FCH JU programme, notably in relation to the targets of its multi-annual and annual work programmes, as well as in relation to international developments in the field.

This annual exercise involves independent experts and provides feedback

on the progress of the portfolio of FCH JU-funded projects identifying key achievements but also potential new areas to be addressed or reinforced in subsequent years. The exercise also provides an excellent visibility platform for projects and technological developments achieved in the sector, as well as networking opportunities for project participants.

The PUMA MIND project was represented by Manuelle Quinaud of the CEA, the co-ordinating partner. Ms Quinaud presented during a poster session the progress and results obtained to date as well the major findings and outlook. These are summrised below:

  • Modules are under development at each scale and their integration is on-going thanks to strong interaction between the partners.
  • Performance models are set up and degradation will be implemented next year.
  • System-level models are ready for incorporation of the reduced models from the lower scale.
  • Comprehensive strategies for performance and durability optimisation are under development.
  • The first workshop on multi-scale modeling for PEMFC was held at CEA Grenoble, France, on 12-13 June 2014.

 

 

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