Thin Solid Oxide Cell

Peter Halvor Larsen (Inventor), Søren Linderoth (Inventor), Peter Vang Hendriksen (Inventor)

Research output: Patent

Abstract

The present invention relates to a thin and in principle unsupported solid oxide cell, comprising at least a porous anode layer, an electrolyte layer and a porous cathode layer, wherein the anode layer and the cathode layer comprise an electrolyte material, at least one metal and a catalyst material, and wherein the overall thickness of the thin reversible cell is about 150 [mu]m or less, and to a method for producing same. The present invention also relates to a thin and in principle unsupported solid oxide cell, comprising at least a porous anode layer, an electrolyte layer and a porous cathode layer, wherein the anode layer and the cathode layer comprise an electrolyte material and a catalyst material, wherein the electrolyte material is doper zirconia, and wherein the overall thickness of the thin reversible cell is about 150 [mu]m or less, and to a method for producing same. The present invention further provides a thin separation membrane, comprising at least a porous anode layer, a membrane layer comprising a mixed conducting material and a porous cathode layer, wherein the anode layer and the cathode layer comprise the mixed conducting material and a catalyst material, and wherein the overall thickness of the thin separation membrane is about 1050 [mu]m or less.
Original languageEnglish
Patent numberUS2010062312
Filing date11/03/2010
Publication statusPublished - 2010

Bibliographical note

Patent:
No.: EP1928049


Patent:
No.: NO20091876


Patent:
No.: KR20090094273


Patent:
No.: JP2010510635


Patent:
No.: WO2008061782

Keywords

  • Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
  • Fuel Cells and Hydrogen

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