Advances in Metal Supported Cells in the METSOFC EU Consortium

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Advances in Metal Supported Cells in the METSOFC EU Consortium. / McKenna, Brandon J.; Christiansen, Niels; Schauperl, Richard; Prenninger, Peter; Nielsen, Jimmi; Blennow Tullmar, Peter; Klemensø, Trine; Ramousse, Severine; Kromp, Alexander; Weber, André .

Proceedings. European Fuel Cell Forum, 2012. p. A0903.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2012

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McKenna, BJ, Christiansen, N, Schauperl, R, Prenninger, P, Nielsen, J, Blennow Tullmar, P, Klemensø, T, Ramousse, S, Kromp, A & Weber, A 2012, 'Advances in Metal Supported Cells in the METSOFC EU Consortium'. in Proceedings. European Fuel Cell Forum, pp. A0903.

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McKenna, B. J., Christiansen, N., Schauperl, R., Prenninger, P., Nielsen, J., Blennow Tullmar, P., Klemensø, T., Ramousse, S., Kromp, A., & Weber, A. (2012). Advances in Metal Supported Cells in the METSOFC EU Consortium. In Proceedings. (pp. A0903). European Fuel Cell Forum.

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McKenna BJ, Christiansen N, Schauperl R, Prenninger P, Nielsen J, Blennow Tullmar P, Klemensø T, Ramousse S, Kromp A, Weber A. 2012. Advances in Metal Supported Cells in the METSOFC EU Consortium. In Proceedings. European Fuel Cell Forum. pp. A0903.

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McKenna, Brandon J. et al. "Advances in Metal Supported Cells in the METSOFC EU Consortium". Proceedings. European Fuel Cell Forum. 2012. A0903.

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McKenna BJ, Christiansen N, Schauperl R, Prenninger P, Nielsen J, Blennow Tullmar P et al. Advances in Metal Supported Cells in the METSOFC EU Consortium. In Proceedings. European Fuel Cell Forum. 2012. p. A0903.

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McKenna, Brandon J.; Christiansen, Niels; Schauperl, Richard; Prenninger, Peter; Nielsen, Jimmi; Blennow Tullmar, Peter; Klemensø, Trine; Ramousse, Severine; Kromp, Alexander; Weber, André / Advances in Metal Supported Cells in the METSOFC EU Consortium.

Proceedings. European Fuel Cell Forum, 2012. p. A0903.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2012

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A1 - Prenninger,Peter

A1 - Nielsen,Jimmi

A1 - Blennow Tullmar,Peter

A1 - Klemensø,Trine

A1 - Ramousse,Severine

A1 - Kromp,Alexander

A1 - Weber,André

AU - McKenna,Brandon J.

AU - Christiansen,Niels

AU - Schauperl,Richard

AU - Prenninger,Peter

AU - Nielsen,Jimmi

AU - Blennow Tullmar,Peter

AU - Klemensø,Trine

AU - Ramousse,Severine

AU - Kromp,Alexander

AU - Weber,André

PB - European Fuel Cell Forum

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N2 - <p>Employing a mechanically robust metal support as the structural element in SOFC has been the objective of various development efforts. The EU-sponsored project “METSOFC”, completed at the end of 2011, resulted in a number of advancements towards implementing this strategy. These include robust metal supported cells (MSCs) having low ASR at low temperature, incorporation into small stacks of powers approaching ½kW, and stack tolerance to various operation cycles. DTU Energy Conversion's (formerly Risø DTU) research into planar MSCs has produced an advanced cell design with high performance. The novel approach has yielded roboust, defect-free cells fabricated by a unique and well-tailored co-sintering process. At low operation temperatures (650°C), these cells have shown remarkable ASRs: 0.35 Ωcm<sup>2</sup> in cell tests (16 cm<sup>2</sup> active area) and under 0.3 Ωcm<sup>2</sup> in button cells (0.5 cm<sup>2</sup> active area). Further success was attained with even larger cell areas of 12 cm squares, which facilitated integration into stacks at Topsoe Fuel Cell. Development of MSC stacks showed that the MSCs could achieve similar or better performance, compared to SoA anode supported ceramic cells. The best stacked MSCs had power densities approaching 275 mW/cm<sup>2</sup> (at 680°C and 0.8V). Furthermore, extended testing at AVL determined extra stack performance and reliability characteristics, including behavior towards sulfur and simulated diesel reformate, and tolerance to thermal cycles and load cycles. These and other key outcomes of the METSOFC consortium are covered, along with associated work<br/> supported by the Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation.</p>

AB - <p>Employing a mechanically robust metal support as the structural element in SOFC has been the objective of various development efforts. The EU-sponsored project “METSOFC”, completed at the end of 2011, resulted in a number of advancements towards implementing this strategy. These include robust metal supported cells (MSCs) having low ASR at low temperature, incorporation into small stacks of powers approaching ½kW, and stack tolerance to various operation cycles. DTU Energy Conversion's (formerly Risø DTU) research into planar MSCs has produced an advanced cell design with high performance. The novel approach has yielded roboust, defect-free cells fabricated by a unique and well-tailored co-sintering process. At low operation temperatures (650°C), these cells have shown remarkable ASRs: 0.35 Ωcm<sup>2</sup> in cell tests (16 cm<sup>2</sup> active area) and under 0.3 Ωcm<sup>2</sup> in button cells (0.5 cm<sup>2</sup> active area). Further success was attained with even larger cell areas of 12 cm squares, which facilitated integration into stacks at Topsoe Fuel Cell. Development of MSC stacks showed that the MSCs could achieve similar or better performance, compared to SoA anode supported ceramic cells. The best stacked MSCs had power densities approaching 275 mW/cm<sup>2</sup> (at 680°C and 0.8V). Furthermore, extended testing at AVL determined extra stack performance and reliability characteristics, including behavior towards sulfur and simulated diesel reformate, and tolerance to thermal cycles and load cycles. These and other key outcomes of the METSOFC consortium are covered, along with associated work<br/> supported by the Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation.</p>

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