Energy Storage, Conversion And Utilization Direct Energy Conversion

DETERMINATION OF ELECTROCHEMICAL PERFORMANCE, AND THERMO-MECHANICALCHEMICAL STABILITY OF SOFCS FROM DEFECT MODELING

Authors: Wachsman, E.D. Duncan, K.L. Ebrahimi, F.
 
Abstract: The objectives of this project were to: provide fundamental relationships between SOFC performance and operating conditions and transient (time dependent) transport properties; extend models to thermo-mechanical stability, thermo-chemical stability, and multilayer structures; incorporate microstructural effects such as grain boundaries and grain-size distribution; experimentally verify models and devise strategies to obtain relevant material constants; and assemble software package for integration into SECA failure analysis models.
Publication Date: 27 Jan 2005
DOE Contract number: FC26-02NT41562
Resource Type: Conference
Resource Relation: Conference: Solid State Energy Conversion Alliance (SECA) Core Technology Peer Review Workshop, Tampa, FL (US), 01/27/2005--01/28/2005; Other Information: PBD: 27 Jan 2005
Research Organizations: University of Florida, Gainesville, FL (US)
Sponsoring Organizations: US Department of Energy (US)
Country of Publication: United States
Language: English
Keywords relating to this report:
DEFECTS
DISTRIBUTION
ENERGY CONVERSION
GRAIN BOUNDARIES
GRAIN SIZE
PERFORMANCE
SIMULATION
SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELLS
STABILITY
TRANSIENTS
TRANSPORT

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Related subjects:
MULTILAYER STRUCTURES
PRESENTATION
STABILITY
THERMO-MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
THERMOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES