An SOFC must have sufficient mechanical strength and interface adhesion to ensure it can be handled without breakage during fabrication and assembly, and has desired performance and reliability.
Jerren Grimes and Dalton Cox Ph. October 16, Samuel Asa B. October 1, Peter Hosbein B. September 27, Pitawat Eng Mahawattanangul B. September 6, Travis Schmauss became a Cluster Fellow of the Institute of Sustainability and Energy at Northwestern ISENsecuring two quarters of tuition and stipend from the institute in support of his graduate work.
Julian Ascolani Yael joined the group as a visiting Ph. Sam Miller successfully defended his Ph. Martina Trini returned to DTU. Hongqian Sharon Wang successfully defended her Ph.
Martini Trini joined the group as a visiting Ph. Tianfu Dave Wang B. Beom-Kywon Park joined the group as a postdoctoral fellow. Barnett Group Party and tennis matches!
Alexia Popescu Niles West H. Shanlin Zhang Visiting Researcher joined the group.
Railsback successfully defended his Ph. Koichi Hamamoto returned to Japan. Travis Schmauss and Nicholas Geisendorfer Ph. Kevin Zhao successfully defended his M. Kuan-Hua Chiu joined the group. Qinyuan Liu joined the group.
Elizabeth Miller successfully defended her Ph. David Kennouche successfully defended his Ph. The Barnett group summer BBQ! Justin Railsback joined the Barnett Research Group.This thesis focuses on Cr-poisoning in solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC), which currently presents a key challenge for the development of this technology.
By the implementation of dedicated experimental tools, this work offers a new access to, and comprehension of, electrochemical performance.
Research & Innovation Center Science & Engineering To Power Our Future Phase field modeling of microstructure and conductivity evolution in SOFC electrodes.
Solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) is a promising alternative energy source, with its advantages of high operating efficiency, fuel flexibility, low emissions and relatively low cost. However, there are several challenges concerning the SOFC research.
A thesis submitted to the Faculty and the Board of Trustees of the Colorado School of Mines in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science (Engineering). SIMULATION, DESIGN AND VALIDATION OF A SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELL POWERED PROPULSION SYSTEM FOR AN UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE by Peter Allan Lindahl A thesis submitted in partial ful llment.
The fabrication technique presented in this thesis allows for the rapid and precise, single-step deposition of a compositionally graded SOFC interlayer, and should facilitate the optimization of SOFC .