RESEARCHERS

Daniela Falcão

Daniela Falcão

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Profile
Daniela Falcão has obtained her PhD degree in Chemical and Biological Engineering in 2010. Since then she has worked as researcher in energy field, including fuel cells and hydrogen production by PEM electrolysis. She has involved in two national projects and one European (SUDOE) and she is the author of several articles published in reputed journals. She is currently supervising one PhD student working on PEM electrolysis and one Post-doc researcher working on PEMFC. She regularly serves as referee of top-ranked journals in her area of expertise.

Research interests

PEM Electrolysis
100%

PEMFC
70%

Micro-DMFC
90%

Numerical Modeling/CFD
70%


Selected publications

  • D.S. Falcao, R.A. Silva, C.M. Rangel and A.M.F.R. Pinto
    Performance of an Active Micro Direct Methanol Fuel Cell Using Reduced Catalyst Loading MEAs
    Energies, 10 (11), p. 1683-1692, 2017.
  • D.S. Falcão, J.P. Pereira and A.M.F.R. Pinto
    Numerical simulations of anode two-phase flow in Micro-DMFC using the volume of fluid method
    International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 41 (43), pp. 19724-19730, 2016.
  • D.S. Falcão, J.P. Pereira and A.M.F.R. Pinto
    Effect of stainless steel meshes on the performance of passive micro direct methanol fuel cells
    International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 41 (31), pp. 13859-13867, 2016.
  • D.S. Falcao, J.P. Pereira, C.M. Rangel and A.M.F.R. Pinto
    Development and performance analysis of a metallic passive micro-direct methanol fuel cell for portable applications
    International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 40 (15), pp. 5408-5415, 2015.
  • D.S. Falcao, V.B. Oliveira, C.M. Rangel and A.M.F.R. Pinto
    Experimental and modeling studies of a micro direct methanol fuel cell
    Renewable Energy, 74 (pp. 464-470 (467), 2015.
  • D.S. Falcao, V.B. Oliveira, C.M. Rangel and A.M.F.R. Pinto
    Review on micro-direct methanol fuel cells
    Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 34 (pp. 58-70 (13), 2014.
  • D.S. Falcao, P.J. Gomes, V.B. Oliveira, C. Pinho and A.M.F.R. Pinto
    1D and 3D numerical simulations in PEM fuel cells
    International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 36 (19), pp. 12486-12498, 2011.
  • D.S. Falcao, C.M. Rangel, C. Pinho and A.M.F.R. Pinto
    Water transport through a Proton-Exchange Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cell Operating near Ambient Conditions: Experimental and Modeling Studies
    Energy & Fuels, 23 (1), pp. 397-402 (396), 2009.
  • D.S. Falcao, V.B. Oliveira, C.M. Rangel, C. Pinho and A.M.F.R. Pinto
    Water transport through a PEM fuel cell: A one-dimensional model with heat transfer effects
    Chemical Engineering Science, 64 (9), pp. 2216-2225 (2210), 2009.
  • A.M.F.R. Pinto, D.S. Falcao, R.A. Silva and C.M. Rangel
    Hydrogen generation and storage from hydrolysis of sodium borohydride in batch reactors
    International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 31 (10), pp. 1341-1347 (1347), 2006.
Francisco Rosales

Francisco Rosales

Researcher

      

Profile
My research interests lie on the field of Rheometry, Smart Fluids and Microfluidics. I started to be interested in complex fluids since my Master Thesis, where I worked with aqueous clay suspensions. Then, I started my PhD Thesis, working in the rheological characterization of fumed silica in PPG. Afterwards, I kept on working in Rheology and Colloids since I joined to the Laboratory of Applied Rheology in the K.U. Leuven (Belgium) to study about the dispersion quality of fillers in nanocomposites.

Later on, I as a postdoctoral researcher at the Transport Phenomena Research Center (CEFT) in the University of Porto (Portugal), I had the opportunity of furthering my expertise towards Microfluidics and Rheometry. In 2013, I was awarded with one of the FCT Investigator starting grants to develop advanced energy absorbing composites based on natural cork, microfluidics and complex fluids.

If you are looking for a researcher to collaborate with on the topics mentioned above, please do not hesitate to contact me.


Research interests

Rheometry
100%

Smart fluids
100%

Microfluidics
100%

Biofluids
80%


Selected publications

  • F.J. Galindo-Rosales (Editor)
    Complex Fluid-Flows in Microfluidics (2018).
  • S. Martinez-Aranda, F.J. Galindo-Rosales and L. Campo-Deaño
    Complex flow dynamics around 3D microbot prototypes
    Soft Matter, 12 (8), pp. 2334-2347, 2016.
  • F. Galindo-Rosales, J. Segovia-Gutiérrez, F. Pinho, M.A. Alves and J. de Vicente
    Extensional rheometry of magnetic dispersions
    Journal of Rheology, 59 (1), pp. 193-209, 2015.
  • S. Haward, F. Galindo Rosales, P. Ballesta and M.A. Alves
    Spatiotemporal flow instabilities of wormlike micellar solutions in rectangular microchannels
    Applied Physics Letters, 124101 (12), p. 124101 (124105), 2014.
  • S.J. Haward, M.S.N. Oliveira, M.A. Alves and G.H. Mckinley
    Optimized Cross-Slot Flow Geometry for Microfluidic Extensional Rheometry
    Physical Review Letters, 128301 (12), 2012.
  • F.J. Galindo-Rosales, L. Campo-Deaño, P.C. Sousa, V.M. Ribeiro, M.S.N. Oliveira, M.A. Alves and F.T. Pinho
    Viscoelastic instabilities in micro-scale flows
    Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science, 59 (pp. 128-139 (112), 2014.
  • F.J. Galindo-Rosales, M.A. Alves and M.S.N. Oliveira
    Microdevices for extensional rheometry of low viscosity elastic liquids: a review
    Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 14 (1), pp. 1-19, 2013.
  • F.J. Galindo-Rosales, L. Campo-Deaño, F.T. Pinho, E. Van Bokhorst, P.J. Hamersma, M.S.N. Oliveira and M.A. Alves
    Microfluidic systems for the analysis of viscoelastic fluid flow phenomena in porous media
    Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 12 (1-4), pp. 485-498 (414), 2012.
  • F.J. Galindo-Rosales, F.J. Rubio-Hernández and A. Sevilla
    An apparent viscosity function for shear thickening fluids
    Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 166 (5-6), pp. 321-325, 2011.
  • F.J. Galindo-Rosales, P. Moldenaers and J.A.N. Vermant
    Assessment of the dispersion quality in polymer nanocomposites by rheological methods
    Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 296 (3-4), pp. 331-340, 2011.

João Mário Miranda

João Mário Miranda

Researcher

      

Profile
João Mário Miranda graduated in Chemical Engineering in 1994 and got his PhD in 2002 with a thesis on mass transport in the boundary layer of polarised separation membranes. From 2004 to 2007 he studied mass transport phenomena in sub-macroscopic devices, with emphasis on the application of computational fluid dynamics to lab-on-chips. From 2007 to 2009, he was professor at Universidade Lusófona do Porto, being responsible for subjects such as Signal Processing and Statistics. In the period 2009-2014, João Miranda was a Associate Researcher at FEUP (Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto).
Presently, he is a researcher at CEFT/FEUP working in microscale flow and mass transport, acoustic mixing, biofouling, cell trapping, hemodynamics in micro and macroscales, biomimetic fluids, production of microparticles and two phase flows in microdevices. Other activities include teaching to undergraduate students (Fluid Mechanics, Transport Operations) and management of research projects.

Research interests

Droplet microfluidics
100%

Biomimetic fluids
100%

Biofluids
80%

Biofouling
80%


Selected publications

  • A.M. Ferreira, D. Cruz Moreira, L. Cerqueira, J.M. Miranda and N.F. Azevedo
    Yeasts identification in microfluidic devices using peptide nucleic acid fluorescence in situ hybridization (PNA-FISH)
    Biomedical Microdevices, 11 (1), 2017.
  • F.J.N. Direito, A.O. Morgado, L.A.M. Rocha, J.M. Miranda and J.B.L.M. Campos
    Experimental and numerical 3D study of a Taylor drop rising in a stagnant heavier liquid
    Physics of Fluids, 037109 (3), 2017.
  • D. Bento, L. Sousa, T. Yaginuma, V. Garcia, R. Lima and J.M. Miranda
    Microbubble moving in blood flow in microchannels: effect on the cell-free layer and cell local concentration
    Biomedical Microdevices, 6 (1), 2017.
  • A.O. Morgado, J.M. Miranda, J.D.P. Araújo and J.B.L.M. Campos
    Review on vertical gas–liquid slug flow
    International Journal of Multiphase Flow, 85 (pp. 348-368, 2016.
  • E. Doutel, S.I.S. Pinto, J.B.L.M. Campos and J.M. Miranda
    Link between deviations from Murray’s Law and occurrence of low wall shear stress regions in the left coronary artery
    Journal of Theoretical Biology, 402 (pp. 89-99 (11), 2016.
  • J. Carneiro, E. Doutel, J.B.L.M. Campos and J.M. Miranda
    PDMS droplet formation and characterization by hydrodynamic flow focusing technique in a PDMS square microchannel
    Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 105013 (10), 2016.
  • J.M.R. Moreira, J. Ponmozhi, J.B.L.M. Campos, J.M. Miranda and F.J. Mergulhão
    Micro- and macro-flow systems to study Escherichia coli adhesion to biomedical materials
    Chemical Engineering Science, 126 (pp. 440-445 (446), 2015.
  • S.O. Catarino, L.R. Silva, P.M. Mendes, J.M. Miranda, S. Lanceros Mendez and G. Minas
    Piezoelectric actuators for acoustic mixing in microfluidic devices-Numerical prediction and experimental validation of heat and mass transport
    Sensors and Actuators B-Chemical, 205 (pp. 206-214 (209), 2014.
  • J.D.P. Araújo, J.M. Miranda, A.M.F.R. Pinto and J.B.L.M. Campos
    Wide-ranging survey on the laminar flow of individual Taylor bubbles rising through stagnant Newtonian liquids
    International Journal of Multiphase Flow, 43 (pp. 131-148 (118), 2012.
  • J.M. Miranda and J.B.L.M. Campos
    Numerical study of a hybrid membrane cell with semi and fully permeable membrane sub-sections
    Chemical Engineering Science, 62 (4), pp. 1215-1229 (1215), 2007.

José Daniel Araújo

José Daniel Araújo

Researcher

      

Profile
José Daniel Araújo graduated in Chemical Engineering from the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto (FEUP), and obtained his PhD degree on Chemical and Biological Engineering at the same institution. The PhD work involved the design, operation and modelling of a pilot scale setup based on a continuous structured packing bubble column reactor for vanillin production from lignin oxidation.

During the next 4 years, he was responsible for the lab and a Quality Management System of the company SNF/Ambientágua – Técnicas de Tratamentos de Águas, Lda, where he performed duties on direct support to clients contacting with different industrial realities (textile, food and beverages, ceramics, oil refineries, pulp and paper).Then, he returned to FEUP and joined the CEFT group as a Post-Doc researcher in a FCT project supervised by Prof J.M. Campos.

Later, he won a Post-Doc grant from FCT (SFRH/BPD/64148/2009) dedicated to computational fluid dynamics (CFD) applied to gas-liquid flow. In the following years, he increased considerably his expertise on the application of CFD techniques and widened his research spectra through active collaborations with other CEFT researchers (in topics such as multiphase flow in micro-channels and mass transfer) and with the Bioengineering group of LEPABE (FEUP). During this period, he also performed teaching activities on Heat and Mass Transfer Phenomena at DEQ/FEUP and was an Invited Assistant Professor in the 1st semester of 2014/15 to lecture those subjects.

In the last 2 years, he has been working has a Post-Doc in the PRINTCR3DIT project funded by the European Union through the SPIRE program. The innovative thematic of this project consists on the application of 3D printing for process intensification of chemical industries by tailoring reactors and structured catalysts. This work implies close collaboration with very important research groups and companies such as SINTEF, Linde, Arkema and Johnson Matthey.


Research interests

Computational fluid dynamics
100%

Multiphase flow
100%

Catalytic reactors
80%

Additive manufacturing
80%

Heat and mass transfer
70%

Biofluids
60%

Rheology
50%


Selected publications

  • J.D.P. Araújo, C.A. Grande and A.E. Rodrigues
    Structured packed bubble column reactor for continuous production of vanillin from Kraft lignin oxidation
    Catalysis Today, 147 (SUPPL.), pp. S330-S335 (336), 2009.
  • E.A.B. Silva, M.Zabkovaa, J.D.Araújo, C.A.Cateto, M.F.Barreiro, M.N.Belgacem, A.E.Rodriguesa
    An integrated process to produce vanillin and lignin-based polyurethanes from Kraft lignin
    Chemical Engineering Research and Design, 87 (9), pp.1276-1292, 2009.
  • J.D.P. Araújo, C.A. Grande and A.E. Rodrigues
    Vanillin production from lignin oxidation in a batch reactor
    Chemical Engineering Research & Design, 88 (8A), pp. 1024-1032 (1029), 2010.
  • J.D.P. Araújo, J.M. Miranda, A.M.F.R. Pinto and J.B.L.M. Campos
    Wide-ranging survey on the laminar flow of individual Taylor bubbles rising through stagnant Newtonian liquids
    International Journal of Multiphase Flow, 43 (pp. 131-148 (118), 2012.
  • J.M.R. Moreira, L.C. Gomes, J.D.P. Araújo, J.M. Miranda, M. Simões, L.F. Melo and F.J. Mergulhão
    The effect of glucose concentration and shaking conditions on Escherichia coli biofilm formation in microtiter plates
    Chemical Engineering Science, 94 (pp. 192-199 (198), 2013.
  • J.D.P. Araújo, J.M. Miranda and J.B.L.M. Campos
    Flow of two consecutive Taylor bubbles through a vertical column of stagnant liquid-A CFD study about the influence of the leading bubble on the hydrodynamics of the trailing one
    Chemical Engineering Science, 97 (pp. 16-33 (18), 2013.
  • J.D.P. Araújo, J.M. Miranda and J.B.L.M. Campos
    Simulation of slug flow systems under laminar regime: Hydrodynamics with individual and a pair of consecutive Taylor bubbles
    Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 111 (pp. 1-14 (14), 2013.
  • A.O. Morgado, J.M. Miranda, J.D.P. Araújo and J.B.L.M. Campos
    Review on vertical gas–liquid slug flow
    International Journal of Multiphase Flow, 85 (pp. 348-368, 2016.
  • J.D.P. Araújo, J.M. Miranda and J.B.L.M. Campos
    Taylor bubbles rising through flowing non-Newtonian inelastic fluids
    Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 245 (pp. 49-66, 2017.
  • M.C.F. Silva, J.D.P. Araújo and J.B.L.M. Campos
    CFD studies coupling hydrodynamics and solid-liquid mass transfer in slug flow for matter removal from tube walls
    Aiche Journal, 63 (6), pp. 2420-2439, 2017.

Maria Helena de Sá

Maria Helena de Sá

Researcher

      

Profile
Maria Helena de Sá is a chemist. She graduated in 1993 from Faculty of Sciences of the University of Porto (FCUP), where she also completed a Master degree (Computer simulation of biomolecules) in 1996 and the PhD (Electroanalysis) in 2002.

Since then she has worked as science teacher and as a researcher in the field of Materials Science and Nanotechnology, for several national and international projects, with different applications. Recently, she joined the Transport Phenomena Research Center (CEFT) at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto (FEUP), as postdoctoral researcher hired to support the NewPortCell project.

She has authored several papers in reputed international journals, one book chapter and has been invited to review manuscripts in international peer-review journals in her area of expertise. She has also been involved in different project out-reach activities, including acceleration programs like 2017 COHiTEC and Resolve.


Research interests

Direct Liquid Fuel Cells
100%

Nanotechnology & Materials Science
100%

Electrochemistry
100%

Science Communication & Dissemination
100%


Selected publications

  • M. H. de Sá and Lúcia Brandão
    Non-enzymatic direct glucose fuel cells (DGFC): a novel principle towards autonomous electrochemical biosensors
    accepted for publication in International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2019.
  • Ana R. Cardoso, M.H. de Sá, M. Goreti F. Sales
    An impedimetric molecularly-imprinted biosensor for Interleukin-1β determination, prepared by in-situ electropolymerization on carbon screen-printed electrodes
    Bioelectrochemistry, 130 (107287), 2019.
    DOI: 10.1016/j.bioelechem.2019.04.017
  • N. S. Ferreira, A. P. M. Tavares, M. H. M. Sá, M. G. F. Sales
    New electrochemically-derived plastic antibody on a simple conductive paper support for protein detection: Application to BSA
    Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 243 (1127–1136), 2017.
    DOI: 10.1016/j.snb.2016.12.074
  • Maria H. Braga, Michael J. Wolverton, Maria H. de Sá and Jorge A. Ferreira
    Hydrides of Cu and Mg Intermetallic Systems: Characterization, Catalytic Function and Applications
    full chapter for the book “Neutron Diffraction”, ISBN 978-953-51-0307-3, edited by Irisali Khidirov and published by InTech – Open Access Publisher,pp.1-24, 2012.
    DOI: 10.5772/37198
  • M. H. de Sá, Joana L. Ferreira, M. J. Melo, Ana M. Ramos
     An AFM contribution to the understanding of surface effects caused by ageing and cleaning on acrylic glass. The Shadows by Lourdes Castro, a case study
    Surface and Interface Analysis, 43 (1165), 2011.
    DOI: 10.1002/sia.3663

Tiago Sotto Mayor

Tiago Sotto Mayor

Researcher

         

Profile
Tiago Sotto Mayor is Principal Investigator at the Engineering Faculty of Porto University (FEUP/Portugal). He is the head of SIMTECH Lab, a research laboratory from CEFT/FEUP, focussing on Simulation Technologies for the prediction of transport processes in materials, products and systems. Tiago Sotto Mayor research bridges different fields of science, e.g. Engineering, Biology, Physiology or Materials Science, with a focus on the modelling and simulation of transport processes at different scales and boundary conditions (e.g. Integrated transport problems within and around the human body, smart solutions for body thermal protection, optimization of advanced microfluidics devices or analysis of bacteria motion and mass exchange processes). With expertise in Fluid Mechanics, Microfluidics, Heat and Mass Transfer, Thermal Physiology and Modelling & Simulation of Transport Processes. Tiago Sotto Mayor has published on the effects of different parameters on the performance of materials, products and systems. He is the coordinator of the H2020 project SmartHELMET and scientist-in-charge of the H2020 projects ICI-THROUGH, HEAT-SHIELD and SPRINT.

Research interests

Fluid Mechanics / Microfluidics
100%

Heat & Mass transport / Thermal physiology
100%

Transport phenomena in biological tissues
100%

Modelling / Simulation of transport processes
80%

Performance prediction & Optimization (materials, products & systems)
80%

Computation Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Finite Element Modelling (FEM)
80%


Selected publications

  • M. Rubio-Martinez, I. Imaz, N. Domingo, A. Abrishamkar, T. Sotto Mayor, R. Rossi,C. Carbonell, A.J. de Mello, D. Amabilino, D. Maspoch and J. Puigmarti-Luis
    Freezing the Nonclassical Crystal Growth of a Coordination Polymer Using Controlled Dynamic Gradients
    Advanced Materials 28(37), pp. 8150-8155, 2016.
  • A. Fonseca, T. Sotto Mayor and J.B.L.M. Campos
    Guidelines for the specification of a PCM layer in firefighting protective clothing ensembles
    Applied Thermal Engineering, 133, pp. 81-96 (16), 2018.
  • M.S. Santos, D. Oliveira, J.B.L.M. Campos and T. Sotto Mayor
    Numerical analysis of the flow and heat transfer in cylindrical clothing microclimates – Influence of the microclimate thickness ratio
    International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 117 (pp. 71-79 (79), 2018.
  • S.F. Neves, J.B.L.M. Campos and T. Sotto Mayor
    Effects of clothing and fibres properties on the heat and mass transport, for different body heat/sweat releases
    Applied Thermal Engineering, 117 (pp. 109-121 (113), 2017.
  • T. Sotto Mayor, S. Couto, A. Psikuta and R.M. Rossi
    Advanced modelling of the transport phenomena across horizontal clothing microclimates with natural convection
    International Journal of Biometeorology, 59 (12), pp. 1875-1889, 2015.
  • C.P. Bogerd, J.-M. Aerts, S. Annaheim, P. Bröde, G. de Bruyne, A.D. Flouris, K. Kuklane, T. Sotto Mayor and R.M. Rossi
    A review on ergonomics of headgear: Thermal effects
    International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, 45, pp. 1-12, 2015.
  • S. Couto, A. Assembleia, J. Visser, T. Sotto Mayor
    Modelling mechanical and thermal performance of concrete products: A multi-level approach
    HERON, 60 (1/2), 2015.
  • S.F. Neves, J.B.L.M. Campos and T. Sotto Mayor
    On the determination of parameters required for numerical studies of heat and mass transfer through textiles – Methodologies and experimental procedures
    International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 81 (pp. 272-282 (211), 2015.
  • F.M. Wang, S. Del Ferraro, L.Y. Lin, T. Sotto Mayor, V. Molinaro, M. Ribeiro, C.S. Gao, k. Kuklane and I. Holmer
    Localised boundary air layer and clothing evaporative resistances for individual body segments
    Ergonomics, 55 (7), pp. 799-812 (714), 2012.
  • S. Couto, J.B.L.M. Campos and T. Sotto Mayor
    On the performance of a mitt heating multilayer: a numerical study
    International Journal of Clothing Science and Technology, 23 (5), pp. 373-387 (315), 2011.

Vânia Oliveira

Vânia Oliveira

Researcher

      

Profile
Vânia Oliveira completed a PhD in Chemical and Biological Engineering in 2009 and since then has worked as researcher in the energy field, including chemical and biological fuel cells, at the Faculty of Engineering/University of Porto (FEUP).
She has authored several papers in reputed international journals, two book chapters and has been invited to review manuscripts in top-ranked international peer-review journals in her area of expertise. She has been involved in two national and two European projects and in a Cooperation Agreement between São Paulo University and Porto University in an I&D project.
She completed the supervision of nine master thesis and one PhD thesis and is currently supervising two PhD students working on Direct Alcohol Fuel Cells and Microbial Fuel Cells.


Research interests

Fuel cells
100%

Eletrochemistry
90%

Numerical Modelling/CFD
70%

Heat and mass transfer
80%


Selected publications

  • V.B. Oliveira, D.S. Falcao, C.M. Rangel and A.M.F.R. Pinto
    A comparative study of approaches to direct methanol fuel cells modelling
    International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 32 (3), pp. 415-424, 2007.
  • V.B. Oliveira, D.S. Falcao, C.M. Rangel and A.M.F.R. Pinto
    Heat and mass transfer effects in a direct methanol fuel cell: A 1D model
    International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 33 (14), pp. 3818-3828 (3811), 2008.
  • V.B. Oliveira, C.M. Rangel and A.M.F.R. Pinto
    Modelling and experimental studies on a direct methanol fuel cell working under low methanol crossover and high methanol concentrations
    International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 34 (15), pp. 6443-6451 (6449), 2009.
  • V.B. Oliveira, C.M. Rangel and A.M.F.R. Pinto
    One-dimensional and non-isothermal model for a passive DMFC
    Journal of Power Sources, 196 (21), pp. 8973-8982 (8910), 2011.
  • V.B. Oliveira, M. Simoes, L.F. Melo and A.M.F.R. Pinto
    Overview on the developments of microbial fuel cells
    Biochemical Engineering Journal, 73 (pp. 53-64 (12), 2013.
  • V.B. Oliveira, M. Simoes, L.F. Melo and A.M.F.R. Pinto
    A 1D mathematical model for a microbial fuel cell
    Energy, 61 (pp. 463-471, 2013.
  • J.P. Pereira, D.S. Falcao, V.B. Oliveira and A.M.F.R. Pinto
    Performance of a passive direct ethanol fuel cell
    Journal of Power Sources, 256 (pp. 14-19 (16), 2014.
  • V.B. Oliveira, J.P. Pereira and A.M.F.R. Pinto
    Effect of anode diffusion layer (GDL) on the performance of a passive direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC)
    International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 41 (42), pp. 19455-19462 (19458), 2016.
  • R.B. Ferreira, D.S. Falcao, V.B. Oliveira and A.M.F.R. Pinto
    1D+3D two-phase flow numerical model of a proton exchange membrane fuel cell
    Appl Energ, 203 (pp. 474-495, 2017.
  • V.B. Oliveira, J.P. Pereira and A.M.F.R. Pinto
    Modeling of passive direct ethanol fuel cells
    Energy, 133 (pp. 652-665 (614), 2017.