Functional Materials for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells: Processing, Microstructure and Performance
Editor(s): Moisés Rómolos Cesário and Daniel Araújo de Macedo
DOI: 10.2174/97816810843121170101eISBN: 978-1-68108-431-2, 2017ISBN: 978-1-68108-432-9ISSN: 2542-5250 (Print)ISSN: 2542-5269 (Online)
Frontiers in Ceramic Science highlights the importance of ceramics and their applications in different fields such as manufacturing, construction, engineering, energy and much more. Each volume of the series brings a themed focus on a specific topic with contributions from experts around the world. The series is essential reading for materials science researchers interested in current developments in ceramic manufacturing and applications.
Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs) have received great attention among researchers in the past few decades due to their high electrochemical energy conversion efficiency, environmental friendliness, fuel flexibility and wide range of applications. This volume is a contribution from renowned researchers in the scientific community interested in functional materials for SOFCs. Chapters in this volume emphasize the processing, microstructure and performance of electrolyte and electrode materials. Contributors review the main chemical and physical routes used to prepare ceramic/composite materials, and explain a variety of manufacturing techniques for electrode and electrolyte production and characterization. Readers will also find information about both symmetrical and single fuel cells. The book is a useful reference for students and professionals involved in SOFC research and development.
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