Energy Storage, Conversion And Utilization Direct Energy Conversion

FUNDAMENTAL STUDIES OF THE DURABILITY OF MATERIALS FOR INTERCONNECTS IN SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELLS

Authors: Hammer, J. Laney, S. Jackson, W. Pettit, F. Meier, J. Dhanaraj, N. Beuth, J.
 
Abstract: This task involves theoretical analysis of possible alternative metallic interconnect schemes including: Ni and dispersion-strengthened Ni, low CTE alloys based on Fe-Ni (Invar), coatings to suppress evaporation, and incorporation of high conductivity paths. The most promising systems are being evaluated experimentally with regard to durability and oxide conductivity.
Publication Date: 28 Jan 2005
DOE Contract number: FC26-02NT41578
Resource Type: Conference
Resource Relation: Conference: Solid State Energy Conversion Alliance (SECA) Core Technology Peer Review Workshop, Tampa, FL (US), 27-28, Jan 2005
Research Organizations: University of Pittsburgh (US)
Sponsoring Organizations: USDOE Office of Fossil Energy (FE)
Country of Publication: United States
Language: English

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EVAPORATIONS
PRESENTATION
SCALE THICKENING
SPALLATION
THERMOMECHANICAL BEHAVIOR