|About this Abstract
||2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||High-Temperature Systems for Energy Conversion and Storage
||High Temperature Electroceramic Oxide Based Nanomaterial Research and Development for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell and Embedded Sensing Applications
||Paul Ohodnicki, Kirk Gerdes, Shiwoo Lee, Harry Abernathy, Yueling Fan, Yuhua Duan, Michael Buric, Zsolt Poole
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
Oxide-based nanomaterials and nanocomposites play a crucial role in a wide range of high temperature energy conversion, power generation, and industrial manufacturing applications. In the case of electrochemical power generation through solid oxide fuel cells, engineered oxide-based systems are currently being developed for enhanced anode and cathode performance by tailoring composition and microstructure for enhanced catalytic activity as well as ionic and electronic transport properties. For other high temperature power generation and industrial manufacturing applications, thin and thick film oxide-based materials can be an enabling technology for embedded sensor devices or diagnostic approaches capable of monitoring chemistry and temperature of processes in real-time and at the highest value locations. An overview of recent successes and future thrusts of high temperature oxide material research and development within the Electrochemical and Magnetic Material Team at the NETL will be presented along with potential opportunities for collaborative interactions with the team.
||Planned: A print-only volume