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MANUFACTURING SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELLS WITH AN AXIAL-INJECTION PLASMA SPRAY SYSTEM

@inproceedings{Tang2007MANUFACTURINGSO,
  title={MANUFACTURING SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELLS WITH AN AXIAL-INJECTION PLASMA SPRAY SYSTEM},
  author={Z. Tang and I. Yaroslavsky and A. Burgess and O. Kesler and Bradley N. White and N. Ben-Oved},
  year={2007}
}
Atmospheric plasma spraying has emerged as a cost-effective alternative to traditional sintering processes for solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) manufacturing. However, the use of plasma spraying for SOFCs presents unique challenges, mainly due to the high porosity required for the electrodes and fully dense coatings required for the electrolytes. By using optimized spray conditions combined with appropriate feedstocks, SOFC electrolytes and electrodes with required composition and microstructure… Expand
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