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Proceedings - 19TH ANNUAL SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELL (SOFC) PROJECT REVIEW MEETING

19TH ANNUAL SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELL (SOFC) PROJECT REVIEW MEETING

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 2018

FE‐SOFC Program Overview
Shailesh Vora, Technology Manager for Fuel Cells
U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Moderator: Joe Stoffa, U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory

FE1 SOFC Development Update at FuelCell Energy
Hossein Ghezel‐Ayagh, FuelCell Energy

FE2 LG Fuel Cell Systems SOFC Power System Development
Cris DeBellis, LG Fuel Cell Systems, Inc.

FE3 NETL R&D: SOFC Materials Development and Degradation Modeling
Gregory Hackett, National Energy Technology Laboratory

FE4 SOFC Development at PNNL: Overview
Jeff Stevenson, Pacific Northwest National Lab

FE5 Durability and Reliability of Materials and Components for SOFCs
Edgar Lara‐Curzio, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

FE6 Evaluation of Cathode Materials for SOFC Performance Reliability
Brian Ingram, Argonne National Laboratory


 

THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 2018
Moderator: Steve Markovich, U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory

FE7 Degradation and Reliability Advancements in Tubular SOFC
Wensheng Wang, Atrex energy

FE8 Deposition of Nickel Nanoparticles in SOFC Anodes to Improve Performance
Soumendra N. Basu, Boston University

FE9 Scalable Nano‐Scaffold Architecture on the Internal Surface of SOFC Anode for Direct Hydrocarbon Utilization
Xueyan Song, West Virginia University Research Corporation

FE10 Development and Understanding of Highly Active and Durable Oxygen Electrodes for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Xiao‐Dong Zhou, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Moderator: Joe Stoffa, U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory

FE11 Self‐Regulating Surface Chemistry For More Robust Highly Durable Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Cathodes
Clement Nicollet, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

FE12 Scalable and Cost Effective Barrier Layer Coating to Improve Performance and Stability of SOFC Cathode
Xingbo Liu, West Virginia University Research Corporation

FE13 Development of a Thermal Spray, Redox Stable, Ceramic Anode for Metal Supported SOFC
Richard Hart, General Electric Company

Moderator: Patcharin Burke, U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory

FE14 Metal‐Supported Ceria Electrolyte‐Based SOFC Stack for Scalable, Low Cost, High Efficiency and Robust Stationary Power Systems
Charles Vesely and Bal Dosanjh, Cummins Power Generation/Ceres Power

FE15 Innovative, Versatile and Cost‐Effective Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Stack Concept
Nguyen Minh, University of California, SanDiego

FE16 IT‐SOFCs: Overview of Stack Size Scaling Efforts and Red‐Ox Robust All‐Ceramic Anode Cell Based Stacks
Bryan Blackburn, Redox Power Systems

FE17 Performance and Reliability Advancements in a Durable Low Temperature Tubular SOFC
Praveen Cheekatamarla, Atrex energy

FE18 Mitigation of Chromium Impurity Effects and Degradation in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells: Role of Thermodynamics and Transport
Srikanth Gopalan, Boston University

FE19 Materials and Approaches for the Mitigation of SOFC Cathode Degradation in SOFC Power Systems
Prabhakar Singh, University of Connecticut

FE20 Chromium Sensor for Monitoring Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Systems
Jeffrey Fergus, Auburn University

FE21 Highly Selective and Stable Multivariable Gas Sensors for Enhanced Robustness and Reliability of SOFC Operation
Radislav Potyrailo, General Electric Company


 

FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 2018
Moderator: Steve Markovich, U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory

FE22 System Analysis of Fuel Cell Plant Configurations
Gregory Hackett, National Energy Technology Laboratory

FE23 Durable, Impermeable Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Brazes
Jason Nicholas, Michigan State University

FE24 Development of Chromium and Sulfur Getter for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) Systems
Prabhakar Singh, University of Connecticut

FE25 Effects of Composition and Operating Conditions on the Microstructure and Performance of LSM‐Based SOFC Cathodes
Mark DeGuire, Case Western Reserve University

FE26 High Temperature Anode Recycle Blower for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell
Jose Luis Cordova, Mohawk Innovative Technology, Inc.

FE27 Minimizing Cr‐Evaporation from Balance of Plant Components by Utilizing Cost‐Effective Alumina‐Forming Austenitic Steels
Xingbo Liu, West Virginia University Research Corporation

 


 

POSTER SESSION
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 2018

FE050‐p Development of Agile and Cost Effective Routes for Manufacturing Reliable Ceramic Components for SOFC Systems 
John Pietras, Saint‐Gobain

FE051‐p Mapping of Temperature Profiles of the Entire Solid Oxide Fuel Cells with 8‐mm Spatial Resolution During 800ºC Operations 
Kevin P. Chen, University of Pittsburgh

FE052‐p Highly Active Hybrid Catalyst Impregnated Cathode for Proton Conducting Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Fanglin (Frank) Chen, University of South Carolina

FE053‐p High Throughput, In‐line Coating Metrology Development for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) Manufacturing
Sean R. Bishop, Redox Power Systems, LLC

FE054‐p Highly‐Active and Contaminant‐Tolerant Cathodes for Durable Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Meilin Liu, Georgia Institute of Technology

FE055‐p On‐Demand Designing of Cathode Internal Surface Architecture for Dramatic Enhancement of SOFC Performance and Durability
Xueyan Song, West Virginia University

FE056‐p Effect of Spinel Composition on the Electrical Conductivity and Coefficient of Thermal Expansion in the (Ni,Co,Fe)3O4 System
Jiahong Zhu, Tennessee Technological University

FE057‐p Operating Stresses and their Effects on Degradation of LSM‐Based SOFC Cathodes
Chenxin Deng, Case Western Reserve University

FE058‐p Degradation & Performance Studies of ALD‐Stabilized Nano‐Composite SOFC Cathodes
Kevin Huang, Michigan State University

FE059‐p Improving Ni‐Based SOFC Anode Resilience And Durability Through Secondary Phase Formation
Robert A. Walker, Montana State University
(WITHDRAWN)

FE060‐p Carbon Tolerant Anode for Controlled Hydrocarbon Reformation in SOFC
Prabhakar Singh, University of Connecticut

FE061‐p Core‐Shell Heterostructures As Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Electrodes
Srikanth Gopalan, Boston University

FE062‐p Improvement in Lifetime of SOFCs, Utilizing Novel, In‐situ Methods to Remove Cathodic Chromium Deposits
Uday B. Pal, Boston University

FE063‐p Cost‐effective Stabilization of Nanostructured Cathodes by Atomic Layer Deposition
Raymond J. Gorte, University of Pennsylvania

FE064‐p LGFCS SOFC Prototype System Testing
Crispin DeBellis, LG Fuel Cell Systems, Inc.

FE065‐p High Temperature Oxidation Behavior of 3D Printed, HIP and Wrought AFA25 Alloys
Amit Pandey, LG Fuel Cell Systems, Inc.

FE066‐p Ultra High Temperature Anode Recycle Blower for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell
Garrett M. Davis, Mohawk Innovative Technology, Inc

FE067‐p Pressurized Operation of a Planar Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Stack
Louis G. Carreiro , Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport

FE068‐p Fluidized Bed Production of Surface Functionalized Powders for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Cathodes
Nick M. Sbrockey, Structured Materials Industries, Inc

FE069‐p Laser 3D Printing of SOFC
Jian Liu, PolarOnyx, Inc

FE070‐p Hybridization of freeze casting with additive manufacturing for simplified production of high performance SOFCs
David R. Driscoll , Glacigen Materials, Inc.

FE071‐p Cold Spray Additive Manufacturing of Thermoelectric Generators
Alexander A. Baker, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

FE072‐p Flame‐Powered SOFC Generators
Michael C. Tucker, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

FE073‐p Progress in Metal‐Supported Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Emir Dogdibegovic , Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

FE074‐p Electrode Engineering Research and Development Progress at NETL
Gregory Hackett , National Energy Technology Laboratory

FE075‐p Cell and Stack Degradation Evaluation and Modeling Progress at NETL
Gregory Hackett , National Energy Technology Laboratory

FE076‐p Advanced Reduced Order Model (ROM) Prediction and Error Quantification Framework for SOFC Stacks
Brian Koeppel , Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

FE077‐p Optimal Operating Conditions for Performance and Reliability of SOFCs
Kurtis P. Recknagle, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

FE078‐p Small‐Scale Test Platform (SSTP) for SOFC Stacks
Jeff Stevenson, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

FE079‐p Composite Approach to Tailoring Thermal Expansion of LSCo‐based Ceramic Cathode Contact for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Applications
Y‐S Chou, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

FE080‐p Cr Mitigation by LSCF‐based Materials for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Y‐S Chou, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

FE081‐p Long Term Stability Tests of Low Temperature and Standard Reactive Air Aluminization Process
Jung Pyung Choi , Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

FE082‐p LSM/YSZ Button Cell Tests in Cathode Air with Measured Cr Concentrations
John S. Hardy, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

FE083‐p Air Braze Optimization for Markets Targeted by Aegis Technology, Inc.
John S. Hardy, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

FE084‐p ALD Produced Interconnect Barriers for Improved Glass Seal Performance
Jeffrey F. Roeder, Sonata LLC

FE085‐p Surface Modification of LSCF Cathode Powders by Atomic Layer Deposition
Jeffrey F. Roeder, Sonata LLC

FE086‐p Application of Computational Thermodynamics in Solid Oxide Fuel Cell
Yu (Michael) Zhong, Worcester Polytechnic Institute