Ohmic resistance of nickel infiltrated chromium oxide scales in solid oxide fuel cell metallic interconnects

@inproceedings{Linder2015OhmicRO,
  title={Ohmic resistance of nickel infiltrated chromium oxide scales in solid oxide fuel cell metallic interconnects},
  author={Markus Linder and Thomas Hocker and Lorenz Holzer and Omar M. Pecho and Kaspar Andreas Friedrich and Tobias Morawietz and Renate Hiesgen and Roman Kontic and Boris Iwanschitz and Andreas Mai and Josef Andreas Schuler},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract Oxide scale formation on metallic interconnects contributes to the overall degradation of solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) stacks. On the anode side, thermally grown oxide scale might contain additional nickel, nickel oxide, or nickel chromium spinel phases — depending on the applied operation conditions. Ni originates from Ni-meshes, often applied as current collector, from Ni-containing anodes or from Ni-containing coatings. Ni particles released during thermo redox cycles from adjacent… CONTINUE READING