Special Issue "Reacting Transport Phenomena in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells"
A special issue of Energies (ISSN 1996-1073).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 May 2014)
The solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) is considered to play a significant role in future energy systems for various applications. However, significant research is needed for manufacturing cost reduction and performance improvement.
Multi-physics and -phase transport processes of reactants/products, heat, and charges are strongly coupled with various reactions, which are inter-linked and determine SOFC electrode design, structure/ configuration selection, and cell operation. This special issue will highlight current research activities and development. The issue will focus on understanding and analyzing transport phenomena that are coupled with chemical reactions. One of this issue’s major objectives is to provide state-of-art information on both experimental and theoretic analysis methods and progress. Relevant topics include catalytic reactions in three-phase boundaries and transport processes, as well as their couplings in SOFCs.
Prof. Dr. Jinliang Yuan
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- heat and mass transfer
- charge transfer
- electrochemical reactions
- reforming reactions
- porous materials