MODELO DE ESPACIO–ESTADO DE UNA CELDA ALCALINA ELECTROLÍTICA PRODUCTORA DE HIDRÓGENO (STATE–SPACE MODEL OF AN ALKALINE ELECTROLYTIC CELL HYDROGEN PRODUCER)

Víctor Manuel Sámano Ortega, Nicolás Guerrero Chávez, José Martín Medina Flores, José Alberto Zavala Bustos, Arnoldo Maeda Sánchez

Resumen


En base a un estudio de los modelos existentes, se desarrolló en el presente artículo una propuesta de modelo de espacio – estado para una celda alcalina productora de hidrógeno. Para la constitución del modelo se consideró una celda bipolar de domo, tomando como variables de estado la presión y temperatura del sistema y como entrada la corriente de alimentación; consiguiendo con esto un modelo SISO no lineal, susceptible de ser analizado con la teoría de control moderno. El modelo se simuló con la herramienta Simulink de Matlab mostrando correspondencia con las respuestas del sistema presentadas en la bibliografía.

Palabra(s) Clave: Electrolizador alcalino, Hidrogeno, Modelo de espacio-estado.

 

Abstract

Based on existing models’ study, a State-Space model proposal for a hydrogen-producing alkaline cell was developed in this paper. For the model constitution a bipolar dome cell was considered, taking system pressure and temperature as state variables and the power current as input, getting whit this a nonlinear SISO model susceptible to be analyzed whit modern control theory. The model was simulated whit Simulink, Matlab’s tool, showing correspondence whit system responses presented on the bibliography.

Keywords: Alkaline electrolyzer, Hydrogen, State – Space model.


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