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The previous statements could be achieved without too many prerequisites via the fuel cell or the stack. In all system considerations, fuel cells and stacks were viewed as a “black box” that only supplies a certain amount of work and heat in a certain thermodynamic state and requires a certain amount of fuel of a certain quality. The link between the combustion reaction and electrical quantities could be obtained solely from thermodynamic relationships. Only for the planning study did assumptions have to be made with regard to the building volume associated with the electrical output. Considerations of the cell and stack structure, their geometry and their influencing variables were therefore not necessary for the previous investigations. In addition to considering the material and electrical engineering aspects, each stack can also be represented as a process engineering apparatus. In this section, therefore, the fuel cells and stacks are to be considered from the point of view of the equipment-related design. However, this process-related consideration naturally includes material and electrical engineering requirements.

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