Author Detail

Robert M. Moore (rmmoore@hawaii.edu)

University of Hawaii at Manoa

Personal Website: http://www.hnei.hawaii.edu/template.asp?userID=rmmoore

Publications (21 records):

Title Year Series
Catalytic Burner for an Indirect Methanol Fuel Cell Vehicle Fuel Processor 2003 Reprint
Fuel Cell Vehicle and Fuel Analysis: A Comparison of energy use and emissions from Direct-Hydrogen, Indirect Methanol and Indirect Hydrocarbon Fuel Cell Vehicles and Fuel Production 2002 Research Report
Life Cycle Assessment of Fuel Cell Vehicles:  A Methodology Example of Input Data Treatment for Future Technologies 2002 Reprint
Compressed Hydrogen Storage for Fuel Cell Vehicles 2001 Presentation Series
Simulated Performance of an Indirect Methanol Fuel Cell System 2001 Presentation Series
Fuel Cell Stack Water and Thermal Management: Impact of Variable System Power Operation 2001 Presentation Series
Minimizing the Water and Thermal Management Parasitic Loads in Fuel Cell Vehicles 2001 Reprint
System Dynamics and Efficiency of the Fuel Processor for an Indirect Methanol Fuel Cell Vehicle 2000 Presentation Series
Hydrogen Production Plants: Emissions and Thermal Efficiency Analysis 2000 Research Report
Design and Energy Requirements for Future Marketing Activities of Gaseous Hydrogen Fuel for Fuel Cell Vehicles 2000 Research Report
Dynamic Response of an Indirect-Methanol Fuel Cell Vehicle 2000 Presentation Series
Life-Cycle Emissions of Alternative Fuels for Transportation: Dealing with Uncertainties 2000 Presentation Series
Direct Methanol Fuel Cells for Automotive Power Systems 2000 Presentation Series
Optimizing the Overall Conversion Efficiency of a Direct-Methanol Fuel Cell 2000 Presentation Series
A Simulation Model for an Indirect Methanol Fuel Cell Vehicle 2000 Presentation Series
PEM Fuel Cell System Optimization 1999 Presentation Series
Requirements for a Flexible and Realistic Air Supply Model for Incorporation into a Fuel Cell Vehicle System Simulation 1999 Presentation Series
Control Strategy to Optimize the Efficiency of a Direct-Methanol Fuel Cell for Automotive Applications 1999 Presentation Series
A Comparison Between Direct-Methanol and Direct-Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles 1999 Presentation Series
A Fuel Control Strategy that Optimizes the Efficiency of a Direct-Methanol Fuel Cell in an Automotive Application 1999 Presentation Series
Partial ZEV Credits: An Analysis of the California Air Resources Board LEV II Proposal to Allow Non-ZEV’s to Earn Credit Toward the 10% ZEV Requirement of 2003 1998 Research Report