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A review of progress in the UK supergen fuel cell programme

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C. Adjiman, A. Atkinson, A. Azad, R. Baker, N. P. Brandon, D. Brett, R. Clague, E. Carvalho, G. Corre, K. L. Choy, J. Irvine, A. Marquis, D. N. Miller, G. Offer, K. Pointon, S. Pyke, A. Selcuk, K. Scott, P. Shearing

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Abstract

The Supergen fuel cell programme is the UK's flagship fuel cell research consortium, funded by the Research Councils. Established just under four years ago it brings together four academic partners (Imperial College, Newcastle University, Nottingham University and St Andrews University), three industry partners (Johnson Matthey, Rolls-Royce Fuel Cell systems and Ceres Power), and the UKs defence laboratory (DSTL), to work together to bring fundamental science to address key industry challenges in the fuel cell sector. This presentation will review progress made in tackling a number of key issues in solid oxide fuel cells, namely the constrained sintering of thick film electrolytes, electrolytes with higher conductivity at lower temperature, the relationship between fuel composition and anode behaviour - including work on sulphur poisoning and new anode materials, and new methods to characterize and model electrode performance.

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationECS Transactions - Solid Oxide Fuel Cells 11 (SOFC-XI)
Pages35-42
Number of pages8
Volume25
Edition2 PART 1
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Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2009
Event11th International Symposium on Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC-XI)- 216th ECS Meeting - Vienna, Austria
Duration: 4 Oct 20099 Oct 2009

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Conference11th International Symposium on Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC-XI)- 216th ECS Meeting
CountryAustria
CityVienna
Period4/10/099/10/09

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