Published Work

Below, the publications from the partners of the TriSOFC project are listed.

The University of Birmingham publications with acknowledgements to EC under the TriSOFC project

S.F. Du and B.G. Pollet. Chapter 7 “Applications of Nanomaterials in Fuel Cells” in “Nanotechnology for Sustainable Manufacturing”. Editor: Dr David Rickerby. CRC Press, 03.06.2014. Book Chapter

Muhammad Afzal, Rizwan Raza, Shangfeng Du, Bin Zhu. Preparation and Testing of Ba0.3Ca0.7Co0.8Fe0.2O3-δ (BCCF) as Novel Nanocomposite Cathode Material for Low Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells. Submitted to International Journal of Hydrogen Energy.

Shangfeng Du, Tsang-I Tsai, Bin Zhu and Robert Steinberger-Wilckens. Three-in-one: single layer low temperature micro-tubular solid oxide fuel cells. Accepted as poster for EFCF 2014 11th European SOFC and SOE Forum Jul 1-4 in Lucerne Switzerland.

Vestel VSS publications with acknowledgements to EC under the TriSOFC project

Timurkutluk, B., Mat, M.D., Effects of anode fabrication parameters on the performance and redox behavior of solid oxide fuel cells, Journal of Power Sources 258, 108-116, 2014.

KTH publications with acknowledgements to EC under the TriSOFC project

Hu H., Lin Q., Zhu Z., and Zhu B. Fabrication of electrolyte-free fuel cell with Mg0.4Zn0.6O/Ce0.8Sm0.2O2-δ-Li0.3Ni0.6Cu0.07Sr0.03O2-δ layer. J. Power Sources 248 (2014) 577.

Hu H., Lin Q., Zhu Z., and Zhu B. Time-dependent Performance Change of Single Layer Fuel Cell with Li0.4Mg0.3Zn0.3O/Ce0.8Sm0.2O2-δ Composite, Int J Hydrogen Energy,2014, accepted.

Zhu B., Fan L., Zhao Y., Tan W., Xiong D. and Wang H. Functional semiconductor-ionic composite GDC-KZnAl/LiNiCuZnOx materials for the single-component fuel cell, RSC Adv., 2014, 4 (20), 9920 – 9925.

Fan L., Ma Y., Wang X., Singh M. and Zhu B. Understanding of electrochemical mechanism of the core-shell Ceria-LiZnO nanocomposite in a low temperature solid oxide fuel cell. J. Mater. Chem. A, 2014, 2, 5399-5407.

Ying Ma, Manish Singh, Xiaodi Wang, Fan Yang, Qiuan Huang, Bin Zhu, Study on GDC-KZnAl Composite Electrolytes for Low-Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells, Int J Hydrogen Energy, online.

Yufeng Zhao,Yunjune He,Liangdong Fan, Bin Zhu, Synthesis of hierarchically porous LiNiCuZn-oxide and its electrochemical performance for low-temperature fuel cells, Int J Hydrogen Energy, 2014, online.

Jing, Y., Ma, Y.,Patakangas, J., Zhu, B., Johnsson, M., Erkin Cura, M., Lund, P., Enhanced Conductivity of SDC based Nanocomposite Electrolyte by Spark Plasma Sintering, Int J Hydrogen Energy, accepted.

Zhu B., Fan L. and Lund P. Breakthrough fuel cell technology using ceria-based multi-functional nanocomposites. Appl. Energy 106 (2013) 163. (Times Cited:3)

Tan W., Fan L., Raza R., Ajmal Khan M. and Zhu B. Studies of modified lithiated NiO cathode for low temperature solid oxide fuel cell with ceria-carbonate composite electrolyte. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 38 (2013) 370.

Fan L., Wang C., Chen M. and Zhu B. Recent development of ceria-based (nano)composite materials for low temperature ceramic fuel cells and electrolyte-free fuel cells. J. Power Sources 234 (2013) 154.

Zhu B., Lund P., Raza R., Patakangas J., Huang Q.-A., Fan L., and Singh M. A new energy conversion technology based on nano-redox and nano-device processes. Nano Energy, 2 (2013) 1179.

Fan L., Zhang H., Chen M., Wang C., Wang H., Singh M., and Zhu B. Electrochemical study of lithiated transition metal oxide composite as symmetrical electrode for low temperature ceramic fuel cells. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 38(2013)11398.

The University of Nottingham publications with acknowledgements to the EC under the TriSOFC project

Elmer T., Worall M and Riffat S. Emission and economic performance assessment of a solid oxide fuel cell micro-combined heat and power system in a domestic building. 13th International Conference on Sustainable Energy Technologies, Geneva, Switzerland (paper accepted)

Elmer T., Worall M and Riffat S. Fuel cell technology for domestic built environment applications: State of the art review. International Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. (submitted)

Elmer T., Worall M and Riffat S. An Innovative Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Tri-Generation System for Low Carbon Domestic Buildings. Hydrogen & Fuel Cell SUPERGEN Researcher Conference. 16th – 18th December 2013. University of Birmingham, UK (poster)

Elmer T., Worall M and Riffat S. Tri-generation solid oxide fuel cell for low carbon building applications. MEGS Conference. 12th December 2013. Birmingham, UK (poster)

Elmer T., Worall M and Riffat S. A Novel Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Tri-Generation System for Low Carbon Buildings. 12th International Conference on Sustainable Energy Technologies. 26th – 29th August 2013. Hong Kong, China

Worall M., Elmer T., Riffat S and Wu S.  Simulation of a desiccant dehumidifier for a low temperature solid oxide fuel cell (LT-SOFC) Trigeneration system. 12th International Conference on Sustainable Energy Technologies. 26th – 29 August 2013. Hong Kong, China

Elmer T and Riffat S. State of the art review: Fuel cell technologies in the domestic built environment. 11th International Conference on Sustainable Energy Technologies. September 2012. Vancouver, Canada

Previously published work from project partners relating to the TriSOFC project  are listed below (click to go to the articles)

Indirect evaporative cooling past, present and future potentials

Thermal performance of a novel air conditioning system using a liquid desiccant

Comparative study of hydrophilic materials for air to air heat and mass exchanger

Theoretical and experimental investigations of a liquid desiccant filmed cellulose fibre heat and mass exchanger

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