Prodip K. Das
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A critical review of modeling transport phenomena in polymer-electrolyte fuel cells
AZ Weber, RL Borup, RM Darling, PK Das, TJ Dursch, W Gu, D Harvey, ...
Journal of The Electrochemical Society 161 (12), F1254, 2014
4152014
Toward an ideal polymer binder design for high-capacity battery anodes
M Wu, X Xiao, N Vukmirovic, S Xun, PK Das, X Song, P Olalde-Velasco, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 135 (32), 12048-12056, 2013
3132013
Effective transport coefficients in PEM fuel cell catalyst and gas diffusion layers: Beyond Bruggeman approximation
PK Das, X Li, ZS Liu
Applied Energy 87 (9), 2785-2796, 2010
1692010
Numerical investigation of natural convection inside a wavy enclosure
PK Das, S Mahmud
International Journal of Thermal Sciences 42 (4), 397-406, 2003
1452003
Analysis of liquid water transport in cathode catalyst layer of PEM fuel cells
PK Das, X Li, ZS Liu
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 35 (6), 2403-2416, 2010
1392010
Free convection in an enclosure with vertical wavy walls
S Mahmud, PK Das, N Hyder, AKMS Islam
International Journal of Thermal Sciences 41 (5), 440-446, 2002
1362002
Understanding impacts of catalyst-layer thickness on fuel-cell performance via mathematical modeling
IV Zenyuk, PK Das, AZ Weber
Journal of the Electrochemical Society 163 (7), F691, 2016
1132016
Liquid-water-droplet adhesion-force measurements on fresh and aged fuel-cell gas-diffusion layers
PK Das, A Grippin, A Kwong, AZ Weber
Journal of The Electrochemical Society 159 (5), B489, 2012
1002012
Liquid-water interactions with gas-diffusion-layer surfaces
AD Santamaria, PK Das, JC MacDonald, AZ Weber
Journal of The Electrochemical Society 161 (12), F1184, 2014
992014
Mechanism of interactions between CMC binder and Si single crystal facets
US Vogl, PK Das, AZ Weber, M Winter, R Kostecki, SF Lux
Langmuir 30 (34), 10299-10307, 2014
972014
Analytical approach to polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell performance and optimization
PK Das, X Li, ZS Liu
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 604 (2), 72-90, 2007
972007
A three-dimensional agglomerate model for the cathode catalyst layer of PEM fuel cells
PK Das, X Li, ZS Liu
Journal of Power Sources 179 (1), 186-199, 2008
852008
Membrane electrode assemblies for PEM fuel cells: A review of functional graded design and optimization
L Xing, W Shi, H Su, Q Xu, PK Das, B Mao, K Scott
Energy 177, 445-464, 2019
772019
Numerical analysis of the optimum membrane/ionomer water content of PEMFCs: The interaction of Nafion® ionomer content and cathode relative humidity
L Xing, PK Das, X Song, M Mamlouk, K Scott
Applied Energy 138, 242-257, 2015
672015
Applying infrared thermography as a quality-control tool for the rapid detection of polymer-electrolyte-membrane-fuel-cell catalyst-layer-thickness variations
NV Aieta, PK Das, A Perdue, G Bender, AM Herring, AZ Weber, MJ Ulsh
Journal of Power Sources 211, 4-11, 2012
402012
Effects of catalyst layer structure and wettability on liquid water transport in polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell
PK Das, X Li, Z Xie, ZS Liu
International Journal of Energy Research 35 (15), 1325-1339, 2011
352011
Homogenization of current density of PEM fuel cells by in-plane graded distributions of platinum loading and GDL porosity
L Xing, Y Wang, PK Das, K Scott, W Shi
Chemical Engineering Science 192, 699-713, 2018
332018
Electrostatic double layer force between two spherical particles in a straight cylindrical capillary: finite element analysis
PK Das, S Bhattacharjee, W Moussa
Langmuir 19 (10), 4162-4172, 2003
332003
Influences of flow direction, temperature and relative humidity on the performance of a representative anion exchange membrane fuel cell: A computational analysis
BS Machado, N Chakraborty, PK Das
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 42 (9), 6310-6323, 2017
312017
Electrostatic double layer force between a sphere and a planar substrate in the presence of previously deposited spherical particles
PK Das, S Bhattacharjee
Langmuir 21 (10), 4755-4764, 2005
312005
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