Diseño de una planta eólica de hidrógeno en el laboratorio de alumnos a partir de una central experimental aislada de 70 kW

  1. Luis Román Rodríguez Cano 1
  2. Rolando Valdés Castro 1
  3. Verónica Tricio Gómez 1
  4. Jesús H. Lucio García 1
  1. 1 Universidad de Burgos

    Universidad de Burgos

    Burgos, España

    ROR https://ror.org/049da5t36

Latin-American Journal of Physics Education

ISSN: 1870-9095

Year of publication: 2018

Volume: 12

Issue: 3

Pages: 7

Type: Article

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  • Social Sciences: D


In many cases the nature of an investigation allows the transfer of important aspects of it from the experimental laboratory to laboratory teaching without more than accommodate, according to the stage of education, working equipment and contents to study, to the physical capabilities of the laboratory and intellectual of the students. Here is an example. This is essentially the hydrogen generation -a clean fuel and renewable- from wind energy. The use of this energetic vector ensures that the environmental impact of its generation and its consumption be almost zero. The work is an attempt for to approach the learning the "Hydrogen Economy", a model that is presumed to be the replacement for the already decadent "Economy of Oil". To start this study a university student should tackle all aspects related to the generation, storage and consumption of clean hydrogen. This paper proposes a teaching lab, which includes three experiences for engineering studies and science. This practice has been designed from the experience gained in the development of a research project o the generation of electrolytic hydrogen as fuel using an automated central and isolated.