Experimental observations of the co-sintering of porous triple-layer SOFCs including curvature evolution
conference contributionposted on 2015-05-20, 09:31 authored by Indae Choi, Jung-Sik Kim
Triple-layer co-sintering of SOFCs results in an improved production process via reduced time and effort. Understanding the sintering shrinkage behaviour of each porous layer during the co-sintering process leads to the minimisation of mismatched stresses along with avoidance of severe warping and cracking. In multilayer structure, sintering behaviour is mainly characterised by the in-plane properties rather than the thickness properties. The induced in-plane stresses contribute to curvature evolution in the structure, which can be utilised in the design of a SOFC.
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Published inSintering 2014
CitationCHOI, I. and KIM, J.-S., 2014. Experimental observations of the co-sintering of porous triple-layer SOFCs including curvature evolution. Presented at: Sintering 2014, 24th-28th August 2014, Dresden, Germany.
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NotesThis poster was presented at the conference Sintering 2014.