By Andrew Wereszczak, Edgar Lara-Curzio, Narottam P. Bansal
Because of its many power advantages, together with excessive electric potency and occasional environmental emissions, sturdy oxide gasoline telephone (SOFC) expertise is the topic of in depth study and improvement efforts by way of nationwide laboratories, universities, and personal industries. In those complaints, foreign scientists and engineers current contemporary technical development on materials-related facets of gasoline cells together with SOFC part fabrics, fabrics processing, and cell/stack layout, functionality, and balance. rising tendencies in electrochemical fabrics, electrodics, interface engineering, long term chemical interactions, and extra are included.
This publication is compiled of papers offered on the court cases of the thirtieth overseas convention on complicated Ceramics and Composites, January 22-27, 2006, Cocoa seashore, Florida. geared up and subsidized by way of the yank Ceramic Society and the yank Ceramic Society's Engineering Ceramics department along with the Nuclear and Environmental know-how Division.Content:
Chapter 1 improvement of 2 forms of Tubular SOFCS at TOTO (pages 3–12): Akira Kawakami, Satoshi Matsuoka, Naoki Watanbe, Takeshi Saito, Akira Ueno, Tatsumi Ishihara, Natsuko Sakai and Haarumi Yokokawa
Chapter 2 improvement of strong Oxide gas phone Stack utilizing Lanthanum Gallate?Based Oxide as an Electrolyte (pages 16–25): T. Yamada, N. Chitose, H. Etou, M. Yamada, okay. Hosoi, N. Komada, T. Inagaki, F. Nishiwaki, ok. Hashino, H. Yoshida, M. Kawano, S. Yamasaki and T. Ishihara
Chapter three Anode Supported LSCM?LSGM?LSM reliable Oxide gasoline cellphone (pages 27–34): Alidad Mohammadi, Nigel M. Sammes, Jakub Pusz and Alevtina L. Smirnova
Chapter four effect of Anode Thickness at the Electrochemical functionality of unmarried Chamber strong Oxide gasoline Cells (pages 37–45): B. E. Buergler, Y. Santschi, M. Felberbaum and L. J. Gauckler
Chapter five research of functionality Degradation of SOFC utilizing Chromiumcontaining Alloy Interconnects (pages 47–54): D. R. Beeaff, A. Dinesen and P. V. Hendriksen
Chapter 6 Degradation Mechanism of steel Supported Atmospheric Plasma Sprayed good Oxide gasoline Cells (pages 55–65): D. Hathiramani, R. Va?en, J. Mertens, D. Sebold, V. A. C. Haanappel and D. Stover
Chapter 7 influence of Transition steel Ions at the Conductivity and balance of Stabilised Zirconia (pages 67–78): D. Lybye and M. Mogensen
Chapter eight Thermophysical houses of YSZ and Ni?YSZ as a functionality of Temperature and Porosity (pages 79–85): M. Radovic, E. Lara?Curzio, R. M. Trejo, H. Wang and W. D. Porter
Chapter nine actual houses within the Bi2O3?Fe2O3 method Containing Y2O3 and CaO Dopants (pages 87–93): Hsin?Chai Huang, Yu?Chen Chang and Tzer?Shin Sheu
Chapter 10 electric homes of Ce0.8Gd0.2O1.9 Ceramics ready by way of an Aqueous procedure (pages 95–103): Toshiaki Yamaguchi, Yasufumi Suzuki, Wataru Sakamoto and Shin?Ichi Hirano
Chapter eleven Structural examine and Conductivity of BaZr0.90Ga0.10O2.95 (pages 105–117): Istaq Ahmed, Elisabet Ahlberg, Sten Eriksson, Christopher Knee, Maths Karlsson, Aleksandar Matic and Lars Borjesson
Chapter 12 Hydrogen Flux in Terbium Doped Strontium Cerate Membrane (pages 119–123): Mohamed M. Elbaccouch and Ali T?Raissi
Chapter thirteen A Mechanical?Electrochemical conception of Defects in Ionic Solids (pages 125–136): Narasimhan Swaminathan and Jianmin Qu
Chapter 14 Nanostructured Ceramic Suspensions for Electrodes and the Brazilian SOFC community “REDE PaCOS” (pages 138–152): R. C. Cordeiro, G. S. Trindade, R. N. S. H. Magalhaes, G. C. Silva, P. R. Villalobos, M. C. R. S. Varela and P. E. V. de Miranda
Chapter 15 Modeling of MIEC Cathodes: The influence of Sheet Resistance (pages 153–160): David S. Mebane, Erik Koep and Meilin Liu
Chapter sixteen Cathode Thermal Delamination research for a Planar stable Oxide gas cellphone with practical Graded homes: Experimental research and Numerical effects (pages 161–173): Gang Ju, Kenneth Reifsnider and Jeong?Ho Kim
Chapter 17 Electrochemical features of Ni/Gd?Doped Ceria and Ni/Sm?Doped Ceria Anodes for SOFC utilizing Dry Methane gas (pages 175–182): Caroline Levy, Shinichi Hasegawa, Shiko Nakamura, Manabu Ihara and Keiji Yamahara
Chapter 18 regulate of Microstructure of NiO?SDC Composite debris for improvement of excessive functionality SOFC Anodes (pages 183–191): Koichi Kawahara, Seiichi Suda, Seiji Takahashi, Mitsunobu Kawano, Hiroyuki Yoshida and Toru Inagaki
Chapter 19 Electrochemical Charactarization and id of response websites in Oxide Anodes (pages 193–198): T. Nakamura, okay. Yashiro, A. Kaimai, T. Otake, ok. Sato, G. J. Park, T. Kawada and J. Mizusaki
Chapter 20 Corrosion functionality of Ferritic metal for SOFC Interconnect purposes (pages 200–209): M. Ziomek?Moroz, G. R. Holcomb, B. S. Covino, S. J. Bullard, P. D Jablonski and D. E. Alman
Chapter 21 hot temperature Corrosion habit of Oxidation Resistant Alloys lower than SOFC Interconnect twin Exposures (pages 211–221): Zhenguo Yang, Greg W. Coffey, Joseph P. Rice, Prabhakar Singh, Jeffry W. Stevenson and Guan?Guang Xia
Chapter 22 Electro?Deposited protecting Coatings for Planar sturdy Oxide gasoline mobilephone Interconnects (pages 223–229): Christopher Johnson, Chad Schaeffer, Heidi Barron and Randall Gemmen
Chapter 23 homes of (Mn,Co)3O4 Spinel defense Layers for SOFC Interconnects (pages 231–240): Zhenguo Yang, Xiao?Hong Li, Gary D. Maupin, Prabhakar Singh, Steve P. Simner, Jeffry W. Stevenson, Guan?Guang Xia and Xiaodong Zhou
Chapter 24 gasoline mobile Interconnecting Coatings Produced through diversified Thermal Spray suggestions (pages 241–251): E. Garcia and T. W. Coyle
Chapter 25 floor amendment of Alloys for superior Oxidation Resistance in SOFC functions (pages 253–262): David E. Alman, Paul D. Jablonski and Steven C. Kung
Chapter 26 Composite Seal improvement and overview (pages 264–272): Matthew M. Seabaugh, Kathy Sabolsky, Gene B. Arkenberg and Jerry L. Jayjohn
Chapter 27 research of SOFC?Gaskets Containing Compressive Mica Layers lower than twin surroundings stipulations (pages 273–285): F. Wiener, M. Bram, H.?P. Buchkremer and D. Sebold
Chapter 28 functionality of Self?Healing Seals for strong Oxide gasoline Cells (SOFC) (pages 287–295): Raj N. Singh and Shailendra S. Parihar
Chapter 29 homes of Glass?Ceramic for sturdy Oxide gasoline Cells (pages 297–304): S. T. Reis, R. okay. forehead, T. Zhang and P. Jasinski
Chapter 30 Mechanical habit of stable Oxide gasoline mobilephone (SOFC) Seal Glass?Boron Nitride Nanotubes Composite (pages 305–314): Sung R. Choi, Narottam P. Bansal, Janet B. Hurst and Anita Garg
Chapter 31 Mechanical Behaviour of Glassy Composite Seals for IT?SOFC software. (pages 315–323): ok. A. Nielsen, M. Solvang, S. B. L. Nielsen and D. Beeaff
Chapter 32 Mechanical estate Characterizations and function Modeling of SOFC Seals (pages 325–335): Brian J. Koeppel, John S. Vetrano, Ba Nghiep Nguyen, Xin sunlight and Moe A. Khaleel
Chapter 33 Fracture attempt of skinny Sheet Electrolytes (pages 338–346): Jurgen Malzbender, Rolf W. Steinbrech and Lorenz Singheiser
Chapter 34 Failure Modes of skinny Supported Membranes (pages 347–360): P. V. Hendriksen, J. R. Hogsberg, A. M. Kjeldsen, B. F. Sorensen and H. G. Pedersen
Chapter 35 comparability of Mechanical houses of NiO/YSZ through various equipment (pages 361–372): Dustin R. Beeaff, S. Ramousse and Peter V. Hendriksen
Chapter 36 Fracture durability and gradual Crack development habit of Ni?YSZ and YSZ as a functionality of Porosity and Temperature (pages 373–381): M. Radovic, E. Lara?Curzio and G. Nelson
Chapter 37 influence of Thermal biking and Thermal getting older at the Mechanical homes of, and Residual Stresses in, Ni?YSZ/YSZ Bi?Layers (pages 383–391): E. Lara?Curzio, M. Radovic, R. M. Trejo, C. Cofer, T. R. Watkins and okay. L. More
Chapter 38 Three?Dimensional Numerical Simulation instruments for Fracture research in Planar stable Oxide gasoline Cells (SOFCs) (pages 393–405): Janine Johnson and Jianmin Qu
Chapter 39 Electrochemistry and On?Cell Reformation Modeling for strong Oxide gasoline telephone Stacks (pages 408–418): okay. P. Recknagle, D. T. Jarboe, okay. I. Johnson, V. Korolev, M. A. Khaleel and P. Singh
Chapter forty Modeling of Heat/Mass shipping and Electrochemistry of a superb Oxide gasoline mobile (pages 419–433): Yan Ji, J. N. Chung and Kun Yuan
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OV for a single cell. 9V). 99V. 1. INTRODUCTION: In conventional SOFCs Ni-zirconia cermet (NO-YSZ) is used as the anode material while the electrolyte is yttria stabilized zirconia (YSZ) and the cathode is a strontium doped lanthanum manganite (LSM) [1,2,3]. Such a cell operates in the temperature range of 8501000°C. However, the intermediate temperature operation conditions (600-800°C) not only reduce the cost, but also improve performance and the SOFC stack long-term endurance. In order to optimize the SOFC performance in the intermediate temperature range, the corresponding alternative materials can be used [4,5], such as ceria or lanthanum oxides that are cost effective alternatives for YSZ.
T. , Abstracts for 2005 Fuel Cell Seminar, California, USA,81 (1998). Advances in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells I1 . 25 Advances in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells I1 Narottam P. Bansa Copyright 0 2007 by the American Ceramics Societ) ANODE SUPPORTED LSCM-LSGM-LSM SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELL Alidad Mohammadi', Nigel M. Sammes', Jakub Pusz', Alevtina L. Smimova' 'Department of Materials Science and Engineering; University of Connecticut; 97 Eagleville Road; Storrs, CT 06269, USA *Departmentof Mechanical Engineering; University of Connecticut; 191 Auditorium Road; Storrs, CT 06269, USA ABSTRACT: This paper describes an intermediate temperature solid oxide fuel cell (ITSOFC), based on porous Lao 7sSr02Kr05Mn0( 0 3 (LSCM) anode, Lao gSro 2Gw 8MgO 2 0 2 8 (LSGM) electrolyte, and porous Lao 6Sr04MnO3 (LSM) cathode.
SOFCs were produced by subsequently atmospheric plasma spraying of the anode (NiOlYSZ) and the electrolyte layer (YSZ) on top of porous metallic substrates. The cathode (LSFC) was applied by screen printing. Two different types of alloys were used as metallic substrates, Crofer22APU first (ThyssenKrupp) and the ODS alloy ITM- 14 (Plansee). Electrochemical tests were performed for 200 h at 800°C under a constant current load. Possible degradation mechanisms were listed and systematic experiments were designed to study the individual contribution of each degradation process.
Advances in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells II: Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, Volume 27, Issue 4 by Andrew Wereszczak, Edgar Lara-Curzio, Narottam P. Bansal