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Christiaan Martinson

Research Engineer

Christiaan holds a B.Eng and a M.Eng in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the North-West University. During his Masters (2011-2012) at HySA Infrastructure he worked on a project entitled: “Characterisation of a PEM electrolyser using the current interrupt method”, where the current interrupt method was utilised to electrochemically characterise a PEM electrolyser by means of an equivalent electric circuit. He is currently pursuing a PhD in electrical engineering and worked as a software engineer. He rejoined HySA Infrastructure in mid 2018 and is currently employed as a research engineer. His field of expertise, include: Modelling and simulation of energy systems; Software automation, control, and data analysis of experimental systems; Cross-platform desktop and mobile software development.

Qualifications

M.Eng Electrical & Electronic Engineering, North-West University, Potchefstroom, 2013

B.Eng Electrical & Electronic Engineering, North-West University, Potchefstroom, 2011

Recent Publications

Scopus Author ID: 55694589200

Buitendach, H. P. C., Gouws, R., Martinson, C. A., Minnaar, C., & Bessarabov, D. (2021). Effect of a ripple current on the efficiency of a PEM electrolyser. In Results in Engineering (Vol. 10, p. 100216). Elsevier BV.

Townsend, A., Martinson, C., Gouws, R., & Bessarabov, D. (2021). Effect of supercapacitors on the operation of an air-cooled hydrogen fuel cell. In Heliyon (Vol. 7, Issue 3, p. e06569). Elsevier BV.

A Townsend, IN Jiya, C Martinson, D Bessarabov, R Gouws. A comprehensive review of energy sources for unmanned aerial vehicles, their shortfalls and opportunities for improvements. Heliyon 6 (11).

CA Martinson, G van Schoor, KR Uren, D Bessarabov. Characterisation of a PEM electrolyser using the current interrupt method. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 39 (36), 20865-20878.

C Martinson, G Van Schoor, K Uren, D Bessarabov. Equivalent electrical circuit modelling of a Proton Exchange Membrane electrolyser based on current interruption. 2013 IEEE ICIT, 716-721.