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By Narottam P. Bansal (ed.), Mihails Kusnezoff (ed.), Soshu Kirihara (ed.), Sujanto Widjaja (ed.)

A suite of thirteen papers from the yankee Ceramic Society’s thirty seventh overseas convention on complex Ceramics and Composites, held in Daytona seashore, Florida, January 27-February 1, 2013. This factor contains papers provided in Symposium 3-10th foreign Symposium on strong Oxide gasoline Cells: fabrics, technological know-how, and expertise.

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L) In Eq. (1), the V,, Vf and t refer to initial cell voltage, final cell voltage and operating time (in hours) in long term durability test. 2 - . 2- Γ ■ \ · i Current density (ιιιΛ/cin2) Figure 6. The I-V-P curves of single MSC cell with hydrogen at 650, 700 and 750°C, respectively. WO 200 700°C-366inW/cmJ ion i 650°C-194niW/cm- -1 r T——r- Current density (mA/cm 2 ) Figure 7. The I-V-P curves of single-cell MSC stack with hydrogen at 650, 700 and 750°C, respectively. 36 · Advances in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells IX Development of Plasma Sprayed Metal-Supported Solid Oxide Fuel Cells g I200 1000 H A 800 £ 600-1 1 i 4 I τ L· lfiii|H-miurr:7(MI ( Anode:»«« seem | H,)+21ΜΙ s Cathode; 2000 »ccm (Air) 7«« C ■KN,) 400 200 HI I ' M 0 200 400 ' I M 600 ' I ' I ' 1 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1000 Time (hrs) Figure 8.

Nowadays, the SOFC technology, with the main features of high fuel flexibility, modular design, less pollutant emissions and high energy conversion efficiency, is considered as a promising clean technology beneficial to resolve the dilemma of economic growth, energy security and environmental protection1. In compliance with the national energy policy, the SOFC project at INER focuses on establishing manufacture capability of SOFC-MEA components and integration technology of SOFC power system. Since the commitment to developing the SOFC technology in 2003, this institute has set its short-term target of 1-5 kW SOFC distributed power generation systems and will then extend its long-term prospect to integration with the integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) technology for biomass and coal based central power generation and large demonstration systems1.

The composite electrolyte may comprise sintered mixture of ScSZ/SCSZ and YSZ. Pyrochlore materials are the other candidates to be an electrolyte of LT-SOFC17. However, more efforts must be input to develop the related techniques. Table 4 describes the summarized contents of this issue. A high densification of the sintering elements is required for a material to act as an electrolyte. The powder precursors are believed to have a great effect on the densification process, including the sintering temperature.

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