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|Japanese to English: patent : fuel cell|
|Source text - Japanese|
|Translation - English|
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a small-sized condensing/recovering unit which has excellent mountability and can recover water efficiently in the fuel cell system, in which water contained in the discharged air from a fuel cell is condensed/recovered to supply the recovered water to the fuel cell
SOLUTION: A condensing/recovering unit 24 provided on an exhaust passage 21 discharging oxidizer gas discharged from a fuel cell 1 consists of a heat exchanging segment 50 and an outlet side tank 52. The outlet side tank 52 consists of a gas outflow port 54 discharging the oxidizer gas outside and a trap member 55 located in the downstream side of the gas outflow port 54 within the outlet side tank 52 for capturing water contained in the oxidizer gas. The trap member 55 is arranged so that the first face 55a nearer to the heat exchanging segment 50 nearly orthogonally crosses the flow of the oxidizer gas passing through the heat exchanging segment 50 for passing the captured water from the first face 55a to the second face 55b far from the heat exchanging segment 50.
A fuel cell system, comprising:
a fuel cell (1) obtaining electric power by electrochemical reaction of oxidizer gas and fuel gas;
an exhaust passage (21) discharging said oxidizer gas discharged from said fuel cell (1); and
a condensing/recovering unit (24) provided on said exhaust passage (21), in which
said condensing/recovering unit (24) consists of a heat exchanging segment (50) exchanging heat between fresh air and said oxidizer gas and an outlet side tank (52) supplied with said oxidizer gas passing through said heat exchanging segment (50), and
said outlet side tank (52) consists of a gas outflow port (54) discharging said oxidizer gas passing through said heat exchanging segment (50) outside and a trap member (55) located in the downstream side of said gas outflow port (54) within said outlet side tank (52) for caputuring water contained in said oxidizer gas, and
said trap member (55) is arranged so that the first face (55a) nearer to said heat exchanging segment (50) nearly orthogonally crosses the flow of said oxidizer gas passing through said heat exchanging segment (50) for passing the captured water from said first face (55a) to the second face (55b) far from said heat exchanging segment (50).
A fuel cell system generating power by utilizing electrochemical reaction of hydrogen and air (oxygen) has conventionally been known. Water is generated during power generation in the fuel cell system. Therefore, the fuel cell system, in which water contained in the discharged air from a fuel cell is condensed/recovered and the recovered water is supplied to the fuel cell for cooling with latent heat, has been known.
(JP 2008-130484 A)
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