Aimy Bazylak
Aimy Bazylak
Professor, Canada Research Chair in Thermofluidics for Clean Energy, University of Toronto
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Liquid water visualization in PEM fuel cells: A review
A Bazylak
International journal of hydrogen energy 34 (9), 3845-3857, 2009
4212009
Effect of compression on liquid water transport and microstructure of PEMFC gas diffusion layers
A Bazylak, D Sinton, ZS Liu, N Djilali
Journal of Power Sources 163 (2), 784-792, 2007
3232007
Dynamic water transport and droplet emergence in PEMFC gas diffusion layers
A Bazylak, D Sinton, N Djilali
Journal of Power Sources 176 (1), 240-246, 2008
2132008
Improved fuel utilization in microfluidic fuel cells: A computational study
A Bazylak, D Sinton, N Djilali
Journal of Power Sources 143 (1-2), 57-66, 2005
1992005
A review of polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell stack testing
M Miller, A Bazylak
Journal of Power Sources 196 (2), 601-613, 2011
1832011
Microscale tomography investigations of heterogeneous porosity distributions of PEMFC GDLs
Z Fishman, J Hinebaugh, A Bazylak
Journal of the Electrochemical Society 157 (11), B1643, 2010
1652010
Synchrotron X-ray radiographic investigations of liquid water transport behavior in a PEMFC with MPL-coated GDLs
J Lee, J Hinebaugh, A Bazylak
Journal of power sources 227, 123-130, 2013
1282013
Determination of transport parameters for multiphase flow in porous gas diffusion electrodes using a capillary network model
B Markicevic, A Bazylak, N Djilali
Journal of Power Sources 171 (2), 706-717, 2007
1282007
Unstructured pore network modeling with heterogeneous PEMFC GDL porosity distributions
J Hinebaugh, Z Fishman, A Bazylak
Journal of The Electrochemical Society 157 (11), B1651, 2010
1212010
OpenPNM: a pore network modeling package
J Gostick, M Aghighi, J Hinebaugh, T Tranter, MA Hoeh, H Day, ...
Computing in Science & Engineering 18 (4), 60-74, 2016
1122016
Synchrotron investigation of microporous layer thickness on liquid water distribution in a PEM fuel cell
J Lee, R Yip, P Antonacci, N Ge, T Kotaka, Y Tabuchi, A Bazylak
Journal of The Electrochemical Society 162 (7), F669, 2015
952015
Numerical and microfluidic pore networks: Towards designs for directed water transport in GDLs
A Bazylak, V Berejnov, B Markicevic, D Sinton, N Djilali
Electrochimica Acta 53 (26), 7630-7637, 2008
952008
Heterogeneous through-plane porosity distributions for treated PEMFC GDLs I. PTFE effect
Z Fishman, A Bazylak
Journal of the Electrochemical Society 158 (8), B841, 2011
882011
Natural convection in an enclosure with distributed heat sources
A Bazylak, N Djilali, D Sinton
Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A: Applications 49 (7), 655-667, 2006
842006
Heterogeneous through-plane distributions of tortuosity, effective diffusivity, and permeability for PEMFC GDLs
Z Fishman, A Bazylak
Journal of The Electrochemical Society 158 (2), B247, 2010
742010
Heterogeneous through-plane porosity distributions for treated PEMFC GDLs. II. Effect of MPL cracks
Z Fishman, A Bazylak
Journal of The Electrochemical Society 158 (8), B846, 2011
692011
Heterogeneous through-plane distributions of polytetrafluoroethylene in polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell gas diffusion layers
A Rofaiel, JS Ellis, PR Challa, A Bazylak
Journal of Power Sources 201, 219-225, 2012
662012
Balancing mass transport resistance and membrane resistance when tailoring microporous layer thickness for polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells operating at high current …
P Antonacci, S Chevalier, J Lee, N Ge, J Hinebaugh, R Yip, Y Tabuchi, ...
Electrochimica Acta 188, 888-897, 2016
652016
Visualizing liquid water evolution in a PEM fuel cell using synchrotron X-ray radiography
J Hinebaugh, J Lee, A Bazylak
Journal of The Electrochemical Society 159 (12), F826, 2012
612012
Modeling the effective thermal conductivity of an anisotropic gas diffusion layer in a polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell
J Yablecki, A Nabovati, A Bazylak
Journal of The Electrochemical Society 159 (6), B647, 2012
602012
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