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The Newly Redesigned 2008 Honda FCX Fuel Cell Car

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  • epnxrkohnwqv
    Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are considered as zero emission vehicles. These vehicles combine hydrogen fuel and oxygen from the air to produce water and
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 14, 2008
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      Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are considered as zero emission vehicles.
      These vehicles combine hydrogen fuel and oxygen from the air to produce
      water and electricity. The electricity is then used to power the
      electric motor which powers the vehicle.
      Honda motors has developed a concept fuel cell car called the "Honda
      FCX" which will become a limited production car in 2008. Honda has
      equipped the FCX with a fuel stack and an ultra capacitor along with
      high pressure hydrogen tanks. The fuel cell stack serves as the main
      power source while the ultra capacitor serves as the storage unit for
      supplemental power.
      The Honda fuel stack consists of the PEMFC (Proton Exchange Membrane
      Fuel Cell) and has a total maximum output of 86kW. The water produced
      when hydrogen and oxygen are combined, is used in the humidification
      system. The fuel cell system is located under the floor and the high
      pressure hydrogen tanks are positioned under the rear seat. The ultra
      capacitor is positioned at an angle behind the rear seat to ensure that
      luggage space is not lost from the trunk....

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