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  • Battery Fuel Measurement Using Delta-Sigma ADC Devices
    on the accuracy of the ADC performance. Measuring the REVIEW OF BATTERY CHARGING battery voltage is straightforward. However, the current AND DISCHARGING measurement is achieved indirectly using a current sensor. The current sensor has a resistive component. CHARACTERISTICS When the current flows through
  • U.S. and International Fuel Cell Patents | October 2004 FCT | 7MS.com
    , David Champion, and James O Neil, Hewlett Packard Development Co., LP. U.S. 6,770,390 (20040803), Carbon monoxide/water removal from fuel cell feed gas, Timothy Christopher Golden and Edward Landis Weist Jr., Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. U.S. 6,770,391 (20040803), Hydrogen sensor for fuel
  • U.S. Fuel Cell and Battery Patents | F C T | December 2007 | 7MS.com
    (20071002), Fuel cell system with recuperative heat exchanger, Volker Formanski, Thomas Herbig, George R. Woody, John P. Salvador, Steven D. Burch, and Uwe Hannesen, General Motors Corp. U.S.7,276,309 (20071002), Methods and devices for controlling flow and particle fluidization in a fuel cell, Kent I
  • U.S. Battery and Fuel Cell Patents | October 2007 | A B T | 7MS.com
    and method of fabricating same, Ji Su and Ngan Fong Huang, United States of America. U.S. 7,252,898 (20070807), Fuel cells comprising laminar flow induced dynamic conducting interfaces, electronic devices comprising such cells, and methods employing same, Larry J. Markoski, Paul J. A. Kenis, and Eric
  • Flow Technology Flies Around the World With Global Flyer
    supplied to the engine. An onboard. computing system correlated. readings from the two sensor systems to. determine the exact fuel consumption. rate during the flight, and to continuously. monitor fuel quantity in the tanks.
  • Feed Forward Control (.pdf)
    This case history describes how one company used the CalorVal BTU Analyzer with an oxygen sensor and flow meter to complete their control loop system for optimizing fuel/air mixtures.
  • U.S. Patents | April 2004 | A B T | 7MS.com
    U.S. BATTERY AND FUEL CELL PATENTS Compiled by Eddie T. Seo Official Gazette, Volume 1279 (February 2004) U.S. 6,684,694 (20040203), Flow sensor, method of manufacturing the same and fuel cell system, Takeshi Fujiwara, Syo Sasaki, Kenichi Nakamura, and Tokudai Neda, Omron Corp. (JP). U.S. 6,685,752
  • U.S. Patents | September 2007 | A B T | 7MS.com
    , P. Mark Golben, and David C. Tragna, Hera USA, Inc. U.S. 7,237,429 (20070703), Continuous-range hydrogen sensors, Greg Monty, Kwok Ng, Mohshi Yang, and Richard Finh, Nano-Proprietary, Inc. U.S. 7,238,020 (20070703), Device for controlling hydrogen flow of hydrogen storage canister, Jefferson Y. S.

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