Japanese electronics manufacturer Panasonic has developed an ultrasonic gas flow and concentration sensor for hydrogen.
In what the company says is a first for the industry, the sensor enables the real-time simultaneous measurement of the flow rate and concentration of hydrogen under a highly humid environment.
In recent years, with growing interest in hydrogen as the next generation energy, actions aimed at utilising hydrogen energy are actively being promoted around the world.
With the aim of further spreading and expanding fuel cells that generate electricity through the chemical reaction of hydrogen, the research and evaluation of stack units used as key components are becoming increasingly important.
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