Thermodynamic and experimental assessment of proton conducting solid oxide fuel cells with internal methane steam reforming

Volume: 224, Pages: 280 - 288
Published: Aug 1, 2018
Abstract
Operating proton conducting solid oxide fuel cells (H-SOFCs) with hydrocarbon as fuel remains a challenge because of the instability of the anode and electrolyte materials in a CO2/H2O-containing atmosphere and the catalytic activity and coking resistance of the anode for direct oxidation of hydrocarbons. Therefore, in this study, the steam reforming of methane (SRM, an endothermic process) is integrated into the H-SOFCs (fuel cell process, an...
Paper Details
Title
Thermodynamic and experimental assessment of proton conducting solid oxide fuel cells with internal methane steam reforming
Published Date
Aug 1, 2018
Volume
224
Pages
280 - 288
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