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This invention refers generally to the production of a hydrogen-air fuel cell and in particular the means provided to humidify the air entering the hydrogen combustion chamber while generating carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide gas.
2. Description of the Related Art
Hybrid vehicles have been under recent development based on the operation of such fuel and hydrogen cells with a battery pack using nickel/cobalt type (nickel/cobalt-zinc) nickel.
As is well known, the hydrogen used in a hydrogen fuel cell is obtained by dehydrogenation of a hydrocarbon compound that is stored in a tank. The hydrocarbon compound used in this system is a reformed compound, that is a compound that contains a large amount of hydrogen obtained by partial oxidation of a hydrocarbon containing carbon, with steam as the gasification agent.
Hydrogen and this steam gasification agent, when used with a combustion chamber, generate carbon monoxide. As a result of the partial oxidation of the hydrocarbon compound, the hydrogen content of the fuel generated should increase substantially.
On the other hand, it is known that by means of a reformate fuel with a low hydrogen content, the generation of carbon monoxide may be controlled since the reforming of the fuel is carried out at a temperature of 250xc2x0 C. or higher, and for this reason, the temperature in the gasification chamber must be limited to below 230xc2x0 C. or else the carbon monoxide will exceed 10% in the hydrogen generated.
In order to produce hydrogen, a hydrogen-air fuel cell system is used. This hydrogen-air fuel cell is based on the combustion of hydrogen, oxygen and the presence of a catalyst in