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The estimated fuel economies operating on the three primary fuels are shown in Fig.

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where we have again shown a `best case' and a `probable case' for the liquid-fuelled
FCVs. The x-axis is show the type of fuel and y-axis is show full economy per gallon. Fuel
economies for pure FCVs are slightly lower in all cases. The hydrogen FCV is the highest
fuel economy miles per gallon and gasoline is the lowest fuel economy miles per gallon

As shown in Fig. 11 the estimated greenhouse gas emission for fuel cell vehicles
compare to conventional gasoline vehichle. The x-axis is the type of fuel and y-axis show
greenhouse gas emissions of CO2.. From the graph we know the highest produce emission
is come from the gasoline ice and the lowest produces emission is from hydrogen fuel
cell vehicle. And when the gasoline use in fuel cell produce emission lowest than gasoline
ice
The effect of the outdoor air inlet speed on the radiator heat release at variable
radiator coolant flow rates is shown in Fig. 12. The x-axis show outdoor air inlet speed
and y-axis is show radiator heat release, when the outdoor air inlet temperature is 40 0C
and the radiator coolant inlet temperature is 65 0C. The test was carried out in the ranges
of the radiator coolant flow rate from 20 to 80 L/min and the outdoor air inlet speed from
2 to 6 m/s.The graph show when the radiator highest flowrate 80L/min the heat realease
20kw in 7 m/s air inlet speed and 10KW heat realease in 2m/s air inlet speed. For the
lower flowrate 20L/min the heat realese is 14KW in 6m/s and 7KW heat releases in 2m/s
air inlet speed

Fig. 15 plots the cooling effectiveness for each simulated cases and proves the
capability of the single cooling channel design to effectively dissipate the cooling load.
The x-axis is show air velocity and y-axis is show cooling effectiveness. Simulation on air
inlet velocity of 0.01 m/s acts as a reference case when the stack is assumed to be
naturally cooled by the ambient surrounding, registering only 10% of the effictiness. At
inlet air delivery velocities of 2 m/s to 3.5 m/s, 100% cooling effectiveness was achieved.