A Study of Alternative Matrix Materials and Their Reinforcement for Molten Carbonate Fuel Cells
- A Study of Alternative Matrix Materials and Their Reinforcement for Molten Carbonate Fuel Cells
- 카일라쉬; 윤성필; 한종희; 임태훈; 남석우; 오인환; 홍성안
- 강화매트릭스; 용융탄산염 연료전지; 열사이클; creep & sintering
- Issue Date
- 2010 ECS meeting
- Molten carbonate fuel cells (MCFC) are considered promising alternative
power sources for stationary power generation due to their high efficiencies
and fuel flexibility. The present work is concerned with the development of
a suitable reinforcement for the -LiAlO2 matrices of MCFCs.
Lithium aluminate (LiAlO2) is widely used as a matrix material for MCFCs
operating at 650 ℃, and it has good electrolyte retaining properties during
the operation of the cell.
However, the potential of the widespread use of LiAlO2 matrices is
somewhat restricted due to their low mechanical strength during the
operation of the MCFC.
Particle-reinforced LiAlO2 matrices have received an increasing amount of
attention due to their high strength.
Aluminum particles may be suitable because they are cost effective and can
serve as a crack attenuators.
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