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Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

From Electrolyte-Based to Electrolyte-Free Devices

Zhu, Bin / Raza, Rizwan / Fan, Liangdong / Sun, Chunwen (Herausgeber)

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1. Auflage April 2020
XIV, 472 Seiten, Hardcover
340 Abbildungen (259 Farbabbildungen)
6 Tabellen
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ISBN: 978-3-527-34411-6
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Presents innovative approaches towards affordable, highly efficient, and reliable sustainable energy systems

Written by leading experts on the subject, this book provides not only a basic introduction and understanding of conventional fuel cell principle, but also an updated view of the most recent developments in this field. It focuses on the new energy conversion technologies based on both electrolyte and electrolyte-free fuel cells?from advanced novel ceria-based composite electrolyte low temperature solid oxide fuel cells to non-electrolyte fuel cells as advanced fuel-to-electricity conversion technology.

Solid Oxide Fuel Cells: From Electrolyte-Based to Electrolyte-Free Devices is divided into three parts. Part I covers the latest developments of anode, electrolyte, and cathode materials as well as the SOFC technologies. Part II discusses the non-electrolyte or semiconductor-based membrane fuel cells. Part III focuses on engineering efforts on materials, technology, devices and stack developments, and looks at various applications and new opportunities of SOFC using both the electrolyte and non-electrolyte principles, including integrated fuel cell systems with electrolysis, solar energy, and more.

-Offers knowledge on how to realize highly efficient fuel cells with novel device structures
-Shows the opportunity to transform the future fuel cell markets and the possibility to commercialize fuel cells in an extended range of applications
-Presents a unique collection of contributions on the development of solid oxide fuel cells from electrolyte based to non-electrolyte-based technology
-Provides a more comprehensive understanding of the advances in fuel cells and bridges the knowledge from traditional SOFC to the new concept
-Allows readers to track the development from the conventional SOFC to the non-electrolyte or single-component fuel cell

Solid Oxide Fuel Cells: From Electrolyte-Based to Electrolyte-Free Devices will serve as an important reference work to students, scientists, engineers, researchers, and technology developers in the fuel cell field.

PREFACE

PART I SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELL WITH IONIC CONDUCTING ELECTROLYTE

INTRODUCTION
An introduction to the principles of fuel cells
Materials and technologies
New electrolyte developments on LTSOFC
Beyond the state-of-the-art - the electrolyte-free fuel cell (EFFC)
Beyond the SOFC

SOLID-STATE ELECTROLYTES FOR SOFC
Introduction
Single-phase SOFC Electrolytes
Ion Conduction/transportation in electrolytes
Composite Electrolytes
NANOCOFC and material design principle
Concluding remarks
Acknowledgments

CATHODES FOR SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELL
Introduction
Overview of Cathode Reaction Mechanism
Development of Cathode Materials
Microstructure Optimization of Cathode Materials
Summary

ANODES FOR SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELL
Abstract
Introduction
Overview of Anode Reaction Mechanism
Development of Anode Materials
Development of kinetics, reaction mechanism and model of the anode
Summary and outlook
Acknowledgment

DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF SOFC STACKS
Introduction
Change of cell output performance under D interface contact
Control design of transition from D to D interface contact and their quantitative contribution differentiation
Conclusions
References

PART II ELECTROLYTE-FREE FUEL CELLS: MATERIALS, TECHNOLOGIES AND WORKING PRINCIPLES

ELECTROLYTE-FREE SOFCS: MATERIALS, TECHNOLOGIES AND WORKING PRINCIPLES
Concept of the electrolyte-free fuel cell
SLFC using the ionic conductor based electrolyte
Developments on advanced SLFC
From SLFCs to semiconductor-ionic fuel cells (SIFCs)
The SLFC working principle
Remarks
Acknowledgments
References

CERIA FLUORITE ELECTROLYTES FROM IONIC TO MIXED ELECTRONIC AND IONIC MEMBRANES
Introduction
Doped ceria as the electrolyte for intermediate temperature SOFCs
Surface doping for low temperature SOFCs
Non-doped ceria for advanced low temperature SOFCs
References

CHARGE TRANSFER IN OXIDE SOLID FUEL CELLS
Oxygen diffusion in perovskite oxides
Proton diffusion in Perovskite-Type Oxides
Enhanced ion conductivity in oxide heterostructures
Summary
Acknowledgements
References

MATERIAL DEVELOPMENT II: NATURAL MATERIAL-BASED COMPOSITES FOR ELECTROLYTE LAYER-FREE FUEL CELLS
Introduction
Industrial-grade rare-earth for EFFCs
Natural hematite for EFFCs
Natural CuFe-oxide minerals for EFFCs
Bio-derived calcite for EFFC
References

CHARGE TRANSFER, TRANSPORTATION AND SIMULATION
Physical aspects
Electrochemical aspects
Ionic conduction enhancement in heterostructure composites
Charge transportation mechanism and coupling effects
Surface and interfacial state induced superionic conduction and transportation
Ionic transport number measurements
Determination of electron and ionic conductivities in EFFCs
EIS analysis
Semiconductor band effects on the ionic conduction, device performance
Simulations
Acknowledgments
References

ELECTROLYTE-FREE FUEL CELL: PRINCIPLES AND CROSSLINK RESEARCH
Introduction
Fundamental considerations of fuel cell semiconductor electrochemistry
Working principle of semiconductor-based fuel cells and crossing link sciences
Extending applications by coupling devices
Final Remarks
Acknowledgments
References

PART III FUEL CELLS: FROM TECHNOLOGY TO APPLICATIONS

SCALING UP MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY FOR SLFC
Single layer fuel cell (SLFC) engineering materials
Scaling up single layer fuel cell devices- tape casting & hot pressing
Scaling up single layer fuel cell devices - thermal spray coating technology
Short stack
Tests and evaluations
Durability testing
A case study for the cell degradation mechanism
Continuous efforts and future developments
Concluding remarks
Reference

PLANAR SOFC STACK DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
Internal manifold and external manifold
Interface between an interconnect plate and a single cell
Anti-oxidation coating of the interconnect plate
Design the flow field of interconnect plate and control the temperature distribution
The importance of sealing
The life of the stack, the chemical problems on the interface
Towards market products
Concluding remarks
Reference

ENERGY SYSTEM INTEGRATION AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES
Solar Cell and Fuel Cell
Fuel cell-solar cell integration
Solar-Electrolysis-Fuel Cell Integration
Fuel cell-Biomass integration
The Fuel cell system modelling using biogas
The fuel cell system efficiency (heating and electrical)
Integrated new clean energy system
Summary
References

Bin Zhu, PhD, is Professor in the Department of Energy Technology at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm (KTH), Sweden. He has published more than 250 scientific papers in nano-composite ionic conductors and new semiconductor-ionic materials for advanced fuel cells.

Rizwan Raza, PhD, is Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics in COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Pakistan. He has published more than 100 scientific papers.

Liangdong Fan, PhD, is Lecturer in the College of Chemistry and Environmental Engineering at Shenzhen University, China. His interests focus on novel nanocomposite functional materials for fuel cells and electro-catalysis.

Chunwen Sun is a Professor at Beijing Institute of Nanoenergy and Nanosystems (BINN), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). His research interests include energy storage and conversion, e.g., lithium/sodium-ion batteries, metal-air batteries, all-solid-state batteries, fuel cells and self-power systems.


B. Zhu, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden; R. Raza, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Lahore, Pakistan; L. Fan, Shenzhen University, Guangdong, P.R. China; C. Sun, Beijing Institute of Nanoenergy and Nanosystems, Beijing, P.R. China