203rd Meeting - Paris, France

April 27-May 2, 2003


T1 - Eighth International Symposium on Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC VIII)

High Temperature Materials/Battery/Energy Technology/SOFC Society of Japan

Monday, April 28, 2003

Havane Ampitheatre, Level 3, Le Palais des Congres

SOFC Status

Co-Chairs: S.C. Singhal and M. Dokiya

10:00 Opening Remarks by S.C. Singhal and M. Dokiya
10:201772 U. S. DOE Office of Fossil Energy Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Programs - M. Williams and J. Strakey (U. S. Department of Energy)
10:401773 SOFC Research in the European Union - Running Activities and Future Prospects - A. Paparella (European Union)
11:001774 Status of National Project for SOFC Development in Japan - H. Fujii (NEDO)
11:201775 Fuel Cells Applied to Automotive: Revolution Throught Evolution - J. Botti (Delphi Automotive Systems)
11:401776 Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Development at PNNL - J. Stevenson, P. Singh, and G. McVay (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

SOFC Stacks and Systems

Co-Chairs: J. Strakey and D. Stover

13:401777 Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) Systems for Power Generation Applications - N. Minh (General Electric Power Systems)
14:001778 Design and Manufacture of CFCL's Modular and Thermally Cyclable Stack Technology - K. Foger and J. Love (Ceramic Fuel Cells Ltd.)
14:201779 Development of MOLB Type SOFC - K. Takenobu (Mistubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.), Y. Sakaki (Chubu Electric Power Company, Inc.), H. Miyamoto (Mistubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.), A. Nakanishi, M. Hattori (Chubu Electric Power Company, Inc.), H. Aiki, and M. Nishiura (Mistubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.)
14:401780 Following the Critical Path: An Update on Global Thermoelectric's SOFC Technology and Product Development - B. Borglum, J.-J. Fan, and E. Neary (Global Thermoelectric Inc.)
15:001781 Development of Tubular Type SOFC Module - H. Takeuchi, A. Veno, M. Kuroishi, S. Aikawa, and T. Abe (TOTO Ltd.)
15:201782 Scale Up of a Multi-Functional Solid Oxide Fuel Cell to Multi-Tens of Kilowatt Level (MF-SOFC) - G.D. Agnew, N.T. Hart, G.J. Wright, M. Cassidy, R.D. Collins, P.D. Butler (Rolls-Royce Fuel Cell Systems Ltd), N. Bonanos, H.S. Thomsen, J.J. Bentzen, Y.-L. Liu (Ris National Laboratory), A. Atkinson, R. Travis (Imperial College), G. Bertrand, C. Di-Pastena (Gaz de France), C. Thompson, M.A. Henson, and M.J. Day (Advanced Ceramics Limited)
15:40 Twenty-Minute Intermission
16:001783 Development of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Stack by Delphi and Battelle - S. Mukerjee, S. Shaffer, J. Zizelman (Delphi Corporation), L. Chick, S. Bhaskaran, M. Chou, C. Coyle, J. Deibler, G. Maupin, K. Meinhardt, D. Paxton, T. Peters, V. Sprenkle, W. Scott, and W. Rick (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory operated by Battelle Memorial Institute)
16:201784 Recent Results of Stack Development at Forschungszentrum Julich - R. Steinberger-Wilckens, L.G.J. de Haart, I.C. Vinke, L. Blum, A. Cramer, J. Remmel, G. Bla, F. Tietz, and W.J. Quadakkers (Forschungszentrum Julich)
16:401785 Status of the SOFC Development at Haldor Topsoe/Riso - N. Christiansen, S. Kristensen, H. Holm-Larsen (Haldor Topsoe A/S), S. Linderoth, M. Bjerg Mogensen, P. Vang Hendriksen, and P. Halvor Larsen (Riso National Laboratory)
17:001786 Development of Intermediate-Temperature SOFC Module Using Doped Lanthanum Gallate - T. Yamada, N. Chitose, J. Akikusa, N. Murakami, T. Akbay, T. Miyazawa, K. Adachi, A. Hasegawa, M. Yamada, K. Hoshino, K. Hosoi, N. Komada (Mitsubishi Materials Corporation), H. Yoshida, M. Kawano, T. Sasaki, T. Inagaki (The Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc.), K. Miura (Kanden Kakou Co., Ltd.), T. Ishihara, and Y. Takita (Oita University)
17:201787 Development of Anode-Supported SOFC with Metallic Interconnector - Y. Baba, T. Ogiwara, H. Yakabe, Y. Matsuzaki, and T. Sakurai (Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd)
17:401788 Global Thermoelectric's Integrated Cell Manufacturing of Planar SOFCs - B. Borglum, E. Tang, F. Martell, R. Brule, and K. Marcotte (Global Thermoelectric Inc.)

Tuesday, April 29, 2003

Innovative SOFC Systems and Fuels

Co-Chairs: M. Williams and H. Yokokawa

8:001789 Portable SOFC Generator with Innovative Spirocells - U. Bossel (Fuel Cell Consultant)
8:201790 Micro Solid Oxide Fuel Cell - P. Sarkar and H. Rho (Alberta Research Council)
8:401791 Thermodynamic Analysis of Diesel Reforming Options for SOFC Systems - K. Ahmed and K. Foger (Ceramic Fuel Cells, Ltd.)
9:001792 Cool Flame Evaporation for Diesel Reforming Technology - L. Hartmann, C. Mengel, K. Lucka, and H. Kohne (Oel-Warme-Institut Aachen)
9:201793 Partial Oxidation Reforming of Dry Diesel Oil, Dimethy-ether and Methane Using SOFC - M. Dokiya (Yokohama National University)
9:40 Twenty-Minute Intermission
10:001794 Power Generating Property of Direct Dimethyle Ether SOFC Using LaGaO_3 Based Perovskite Electrolyte - A. Tatemi, S. Wang, T. Ishihara, H. Nishiguchi, and Y. Takita (Oita University)
10:201795 Propane Fuel Processing for SOFC Systems - J. Devitt, J. Xu, C. Lukaniuk, G. Price, and M. Staite (Global Thermoelectric Inc)
10:401796 Propane Fueled Solid Oxide Fuel Cells - Z. Zhan, B. Madsen, J. Liu, and S. Barnett (Northwestern University)
11:001797 Formulating Liquid Hydrocarbon Fuels for SOFCS - G. Saunders and K. Kendall (University of Birmingham)
11:201798 Running SOFCs on Biogas - J. Staniforth and M. Ormerod (Keele University)
11:401799 Power Generation Characteristics of SOFCs for Alcohols and Hydrocarbon-based Fuels - K. Sasaki, K. Watanabe, K. Shiosaki, K. Susuki, and Y. Teraoka (Kyushu University)

Anode Materials, Processing and Performance

Co-Chairs: A.J. McEvoy and T. Kawada

13:401800 Reduction and Re-Oxidation Kinetics Nickel-Based Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) Anodes - N. Tikekar, T. Armstrong, and A. Virkar (University of Utah)
14:001801 H_2-H2O-Ni-YSZ Elctrode Performance and Segregation to the Interface - K. Vels Hansen and M. Mogensen (Riso National Laboratory)
14:201802 Characterization of Anode/Electrolyte Interface For Advanced Anode Structures - A.C. Muller, A. Krugel, and E. Ivers-Tiffee (Universitat Karlsruhe)
14:401803 Effect of Additive to Ni-YSZ Cerment on Reorming of CH_4 and Electrochemical Activity for SOFC - T. Takeguchi, T. Yano, Y. Kani, R. Kikuchi, and K. Eguchi (Kyoto University)
15:001804 A Comparison of Cu-CERIA-SDC and Au-CERIA-SDC Composites for SOFC Anodes - C. Lu, W.L. Worrell, J.M. Vohs, and R.J. Gorte (University of Pennsylvania)
15:201805 SOFC Anode for Direct Oxidation of CH4 at Intermediate Temperatures - A. Sin, A. Tavares (Pirelli Labs), A.S. Arico, L. Gullo, D. La Rosa, S. Siracusano, V. Antonucci (CNR-ITAE), Y. Dubitsky, and A. Zaopo (Pirelli Labs)
15:40 Twenty-Minute Intermission
16:001806 High-Performance Electrodes for Medium-Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells: Mixed Conducting Ceria-Based Anode with Highly-Dispersed Ni Electrocatalysts - H. Uchida, S. Suzuki, and M. Watanabe (University of Yamanashi)
16:201807 Electrochemical Behavior of Ni-Ce0.9Gd0.1O2-delta SOFC Anodes in Methane - B. Rosch, H. Tu (Technische Universitat Munchen), A.O. Stormer (BMW Group), A.C. Muller (Universitat Karlsruhe), and U. Stimming (Technische Universitat Munchen)
16:401808 Internal Reforming in Intermediate Temperature SOFCs - S. Livermore, C. Chung, and M. Ormerod (Keele University)
17:001809 The Impact of Wood Derived Gasification Gases on Ni-CGO Anodes in IT-SOFCs - S. Baron, N. Brandon (Imperail College of Science, Technology, and Medicine), A. Atkinson, and B. Steele (Imperial College of Science,Technology, and Medicine)
17:201810 Evaluation of Mechanochemically Synthesized NiO/SDC Composite Nanopowders for the Development of Nanosctrcutured Cermet Anodes - J. Hos (University of Western Australia) and P. McCormick (Advanced Nano Technologies Pty Ltd)
17:401811 Conductivity and Electrochemical Performance of a New Perovskite-type SOFC Anode Material - S. Tao and J.T.S. Irvine (University of St Andrews)

Hall Maillot, Level 2, Le Palais des Congres

Technical Exhibit and Tuesday Evening Poster Session

Co-Chairs: S. Visco and T. Kato

o1812 Equilibria in Fuel Cell Gases - K. Sasaki and Y. Teraoka (Kyushu University)
o1813 Direct Oxidation as a Market Enabler for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells - E. Paz (Franklin Fuel Cells, Inc), C. Wang, P. Palanisamy (Sarnoff Corporation), R. Gorte, and J. Vohs (University of Pennsylvania)
o1814 Study on the Efficient and Flexible SOFC System - H. Yokokawa (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), E. Ivers-Tiffee (University of Karlsruhe), K. Eguchi (Kyoto University), T. Norby (University of Oslo), A. Weber, A.C. Muller, D. Fouquet (University of Karlsruhe), T. Takeguchi, R. Kikuchi (Kyoto University), R. Haugsrud (University of Oslo), K. Yamaji, T. Horita, Y.P. Xiong, and N. Sakai (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
o1815 Direct Methane Oxidation in Micro-Tubular SOFCs using Doped LaGaO_3 Electrolyte - V. Mandakolathur, Y. Du, and N. Sammes (University of Connecticut)
o1816 SOFC Single Cell Test Setup for the Use of Various Hydrocarbons - D. Fouquet, D. Klotz, E. Dannhauser, A.C. Muller, A. Weber, and E. Ivers-Tiffee (Universitat Karlsruhe)
o1817 Characteristics of Anodic Polarization of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells under Pressurized Conditions - R. Kikuchi, T. Yano, T. Takeguchi, and K. Eguchi (Kyoto University)
o1818 Cu0.7Fe0.3Ox/SDCNL Anode for Reduced Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cell - X.-Z. Liao, Z.-F. Ma (Shanghai Jiao Tong University), and B. Zhu (Royal Institute of Technology)
o1819 New Chemical Routes for Preparation of Ultrafine NiO-YSZ Powders for SOFC Anode Applications - V. Esposito, C. D'Ottavi, S. Ferrari, S. Licoccia, and E. Traversa (University of Rome "Tor Vergata")
o1820 Solid-solutioning Effect of The Ni-based Cermet on The Electrochemical Oxidation of Methane - K. Sato, Y. Ohmine, K. Ogasa, and S. Tsuji (Nagaoka University of Technology)
o1821 Performance of YSZ-supported Anode for SOFC Substrates - A. Nakamura, S. Yokota, Y. Shimizu (The Chugoku Electric Power Co., Inc.), H. Itoh, T. Yamamoto, and K. Izumi (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry)
o1822 Anodes for Direct Oxidation of Natural Gas in SOFCs - S. Livermore, C. Chung, and M. Ormerod (Keele University)
o1823 Effect of Anode Porosity and Pore Size on Electrochemical Performance - X. Deng and A. Petric (McMaster University)
o1824 Electrodes for Oxidation of Methane - K. Kammer Hansen and M. Mogensen (Riso National Laboratory)
o1825 First Results on a (La,Sr)CrO3 Anode Fed with Methane - J. Vulliet, B. Morel, J. Laurencin, G. Gauthier (CEA Grenoble), L. Bianchi (CEA Le Ripault), S. Giraud (CEA Saclay), J.Y. Henry, and F. Lefebvre-Joud (CEA Grenoble)
o1826 First Steps of a Cell Model Centered on the Direct Internal Reforming at the Anode - B. Morel (CEA Grenoble), J. Deseure, Y. Bultel (LEPMI-ENSEEG), F. Lefebvre-Joud (CEA Grenoble), and J. Fouletier (LEPMI-ENSEEG)
o1827 In situ Observation of Deposited Carbon on Anode for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells - K. Yashiro, K. Takeda, T. Taura, T. Otake, A. Kaimai, Y. Nigara, T. Kawada, J. Mizusaki, and H. Yugami (Tohoku University)
o1828 Two-Layered Anode-Electrolyte Sandwich Structure Manufactured From Zirconia-Based Powder Using CIP - G. Akimov, E. Chayka (Donetsk Physical and Technical Institute, N.A.S.U.), and Y. Darda (Research and Production Enterprise "Etalon")
o1829 Nanomaterials for SOFC Electrolytes and Anodes on the Base of Zirconia - T. Konstantinova, I. Danilenko, N. Pilipenko, and G. Volkova (A.A. Galkin Donetsk Institute for Physics and Engineering)
o1830 Development of YSZ Films for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells : Comparison between Electrophoretic and Screen-Printing Depositions - D. Rotureau (Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne), A. Simone (Politecnico of Torino), C. Pijolat (Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne), L. Montanaro (Politecnico of Torino), and J.-P. Viricelle (Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne)
o1831 Electrical Properties of YSZ Thin Films Deposited on Nanoporous Substrates - Y.-I. Park, Y. Saito, R. Pornprasertsuk, J. Cheng, S.-W. Cha, and F. Prinz (Stanford University)
o1832 Process and Characterization of YSZ Thick-Films Deposited by Electrophoretic Deposition for Intermediate-Temperature SOFC - G. Savo, A. D' Epifanio, R. Polini, and E. Traversa (Universita di Tor Vergata)
o1833 Dopant Segregation in Nanometric TZP Ceramics - E. Djurado, F. Boulch, and L. Dessemond (Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble)
o1834 Influence of Oxygen Vacancies and 26 D-Impurity on Electronic and Transport Properties of Zirconia - N. Tokiy, T. Konstantinova (Donetsk Physical and Technical Institute), V. Tokiy (Donetsk Institute of Social Education), and D. Savina (Donetsk Physical and Technical Institute)
o1835 Influence of Powders on Ionic Conductivity of Polycrystalline Zirconias - K. Yamahara, C. Jacobson, S. Visco, and L. De Jonghe (University of California)
o1836 Grain Size Dependent Grain Boundary Defect Structure: Case of Doped Zirconia - X. Guo (Forschungszentrum Julich)
o1837 Long Term Stability of Yttria and Scandia Doped Zirconia Electrolytes - A.C. Muller, A. Weber (Universitat Karlsruhe), D. Herbstritt (DaimlerChrysler AG), and E. Ivers-Tiffee (Universitat Karlsruhe)
o1838 Lanthanide Diffusion in Calcia Stabilized Zirconia: Experimental and Theoretical Study - M. Kilo, M.A. Taylor, C. Argirusis, G. Borchardt (TU Clausthal), S. Weber, H. Scherrer (Ecole des Mines de Nancy), and R.A. Jackson (Keele University)
o1839 Characterization of Cathode Supported Thin Film Electrolytes - A. Weber, M. Becker, A.C. Muller, and E. Ivers-Tiffee (Universitat Karlsruhe)
o1840 Microstructural and Electrical Properties of Gadolinium Doped Ceria Thin Films Prepared by ALD (Atomic Layer Deposition) - E. Gourba, A. Ringuede, M. Cassir (ENSCP), J. Pai Vasaari, M. Putkonen, and L. Niinisto (Helsinki University of Technoklogy)
o1841 Stuctural Analysis of Ce1-xMxO2-0.5xDM=Gd, Sm, Yby High Temperature XRD Under Various Oxygen Partial Pressures - S. Wang, E. Oikawa, and T. Hashimoto (Nihon University)
o1842 Oxygen Partial Pressure Dependence of Creep on Yttria Doped Ceria Ceramics - H. Yugami, Y. Endo, T. Otake, T. Kawada, and J. Mizusaki (Tohoku University)
o1843 Charge Carrier Maps for (La_0.9Sr0.1)MIIIO3- (MIII = Sc and In) Perovskites and (Ce0.8Sm0.2)O2- Fluorite - K. Nomura, T. Takeuchi, S.-I. Kamo, H. Kageyama, and Y. Miyazaki (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
o1844 Sol-Gel Syntheses and Phase Purity of La1-xSrxGa1-yMgyO3-d Solid Electrolytes - R. Polini, A. Pamio, and E. Traversa (Universita di Roma Tor Vergata)
o1845 Cation Self and Impurity Diffusion in Polycrystalline La_1-xSrxGa1-yMgyO3-(x+y)/2 - O. Schulz and M. Martin (Aachen University of Technology)
o1846 Crystal Structure and Conductivity of Ba and Y Doped LaAlO3 Solid Electrolyte - T.-Y. Chen and K.-Z. Fung (National Cheng-Kung University)
o1847 Phase Transformation from Cubic to Rhombohedral in Doped Bi2O3-CaO System - C.-C. Huang and K.-Z. Fung (National Cheng Kung University)
o1848 Nanocrystalline Titanium Monooixde as Low-Temperature Solid Electrolyte - L. Zueva (Russian Federal Nuclear Center), A. Valeeva (Russian Academy of Sciences), and G. Potemkin (Russian Federal Nuclear Center)
o1849 Elaboration and Ionic Conduction of Apatite-Type Rare Earth Dioxides - S.S. Beaudet, A. Lima, C. Barthet, and A. Henry (CEA Le Ripault)
o1850 Chemical Routes for the Synthesis at Low Temperatures of Rare-Earth Scandate Protonic Conductors - A. D'Epifanio, P. Nunziante, and E. Traversa (Universita di Roma Tor Vergata)
o1851 Structure and Conductivity of a Yb-Doped SrCeO3-BaZrO3 Solid Solution - O. Antoine (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology), C. Hatchwell (Riso National Laboratory), G.C. Mather (Instituto de Ceramica y Vidrio), and A.J. McEvoy (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)

Wednesday, April 30, 2003

Havane Ampitheatre, Level 3, Le Palais des Congres

Electrolyte Materials, Processing and Performance

Co-Chairs: E. Ivers-Tiffee and J. Mizusaki

8:001852 Ion Conducting Ceramic Electrolytes: A Century of Progress - R.S. Gordon (Alfred University)
8:201853 Modeling of Binder Burnout and Sintering of Solid Oxide Electrolyte Tapes by Thermokinetic Analysis - A.C. Muller (Universitat Karlsruhe), J.R. Opfermann (Netzsch Geratetechnik GmbH), and E. Ivers-Tiffee (Universitat Karlsruhe)
8:401854 Densification of SOFC Yttria-stabilized Zirconia Electrolytes Through Addition of Sintering Additives - N.H. Menzler, R. Hansch (Forschungszentrum Julich), R. Fleck (Siemens AG), G. Blass, H.P. Buchkremer (Forschungszentrum Julich), H. Schichl (Siemens AG), and D. Stoever (Forschungszentrum Julich)
9:001855 Ageing of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Based on Zirconia or Other Oxide Solid Electrolytes - G. Petot-Ervas, C. Petot, and J.M. Raulot (Ecole Centrale Paris)
9:201856 Electrolytic Damage in Zirconia Electrolytes - L.C. De Jonghe (University of California), S.J. Visco, and C.P. Jacobson (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
9:40 Twenty-Minute Intermission
10:001857 Processing and Properties of Thin-Film Ceria Based SOFC - M. Marrero-Cruz, E. Hong, C. Jacobson, S. Visco, and L. De Jonghe (University of California, Berkeley)
10:201858 Stable High Conductivity Bilayered Electrolytes for Low Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells - E. Wachsman and J.-Y. Park (University of Florida)
10:401859 Lanthanum Gallate Electrolyte for Intermediate Temperature Operation - S. Elangovan, S. Balagopal, D. Larsen, M. Timper, J. Pike, and B. Heck (Ceramatec, Inc.)
11:001860 Plasma Sprayed LSGM Electrolyte for Intermediate Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells - R. Hui, X. Ma (Inframat Corp), H. Zhang, D. Xiao, D. Reisner, and J. Dai (US Nanocorp Inc)
11:201861 Dependence of Activation Energy on Temperature and Structure in Lanthanum Gallates - J. Bradley (University of St Andrews), P. Slater (University of Surrey), T. Ishihara (Oita University), and J. Irvine (University of St Andrews)
11:401862 Electrical Conductivity Studies of Ti-substituted Pr0.45La0.45Sr0.1Ga0.8Mg0.2O2.85 and Determination of Partial Electronic Conductivity of Sm Doped CeO2 - V. Thangadurai and W. Weppner (University of Kiel)

Cathode Materials, Processing and Performance

Co-Chairs: A.V. Virkar and A. Atkinson

13:401863 Improvement of LSM Cathode for High Power Density SOFC - W.G. Wang, R. Barfod, P.H. Larsen, K. Kammer, J. Bentzen, P.V. Hendriksen, and M. Mogensen (Risoe National Laboratory)
14:001864 Development of LSM/YSZ Composite Electrodes for Thin Film SOFCs - Y.-J. Leng, S.-H. Chan, K.A. Khor, and S.-P. Jiang (Nanyang Technological University)
14:201865 Low Cost La0.75Sr0.2MnO3 Cathode Material with Excellent Electrochemical Properties - E. Prob, J. Laube (H.C. Starck GmbH), A.C. Muller, A. Weber, and E. Ivers-Tiffee (Universitat Karlsruhe)
14:401866 Low Temperature Composite Cathodes for SOFC Applications - M. Seabaugh, S. Swartz, K. Hasinska, and C. Holt (NexTech Materials, Ltd.)
15:001867 In-situ Measurement of Oxygen Potential around (La,Sr)MnO_3/YSZ Interface - T. Kawada, M. Kudoh, K. Yashiro, A. Kaimai, Y. Nigara, and J. Mizusaki (Tohoku University)
15:201868 Identification of Gas-Diffusion Process in a Thick and Porous Cathode Substrate of SWPC Tubular SOFC using AC Impedance Method - K. Huang (Siemens Westinghouse Power Corporation)
15:40 Twenty-Minute Intermission
16:001869 Effects of Water on the Cathodic Performance of Ba_0.6La0.4CoO3 on the Cell UsingLaGaO3 Based Oxide for Electrolyte - T. Ishihara, S. Fukui, H. Nishiguchi, and Y. Takita (Oita University)
16:201870 Electrochemical Characterisation of a La0.6Sr0.4Co0.2Fe0.8O3-Delta Cathode for IT-SOFCs - A. Esquirol (Imperial College), N. Bonanos (Risoe National Laboratory), N. Brandon, J. Kilner (Imperial College), and M. Mogensen (Risoe National Laboratory)
16:401871 Evaluation of La_2Ni1-xCoxO4d as a SOFC Cathode Material - S. Skinner, C. Munnings (Imperial College London), G. Amow, P. Whitfield, and I. Davidson (NRC Canada)
17:001872 Mixed Conducting Porous SOFC Cathodes: Current Distributions and Polarization Resistances - J. Fleig and J. Maier (Max-Planck-Institute for Solid State Research)
17:201873 Nonlinear Harmonic Response of Mixed-Conducting SOFC Cathodes - S. Adler, J. Wilson, and D. Schwartz (University of Washington)
17:401874 Use of an "Open" Triple-Phase Boundary to Demonstrate Where Chromium Contaminants Initially Deposit at the LSM-YSZ Interface. - S. Paulson and V. Birss (University of Calgary)

Thursday, May 1, 2003

Interconnection, Seal and Current Collection Materials

Co-Chairs: M. Singer and N. Sakai

8:001875 Defect Formation and Thermal Expansion of Perovskites on the Basis of LaCrO3 for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC) - A. Zuev, L. Singheiser, and K. Hilpert (Research Center Juelich)
8:201876 Evaluation of Metallic Interconnects for use in Intermediate Temperature SOFC - T. Armstrong, M. Homel (Materials and Systems, Inc.), and A. Virkar (University of Utah)
8:401877 Metal Interconnect Development - Design and Long-term Stability - S. Elangovan, J. Hartvigsen, R. Lashway, S. Balagopal, and I. Bay (Ceramatec, Inc.)
9:001878 Characterization of Fe-Cr Alloys in CH4 Fuels for SOFC Interconnects - T. Horita, Y. Xiong, H. Kishimoto, K. Yamaji, N. Sakai, and H. Yokokawa (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
9:201879 A Low CTE Intermetallic Bipolar Plate - W.E. Windes, L.D. Zuck, E.L. Shaber, A.E. Erickson, and P.A. Lessing (Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory)
9:40 Twenty-Minute Intermission
10:001880 Copper-plated Stainless Steel for Bipolar Plates in Direct-oxidation SOFC - S.-I. Lee, S. McIntosh, J. Vohs, and R. Gorte (University of Pennsylvania)
10:201881 Characterization and Evaluation of Compression Loaded Sealing Concepts for SOFC Stacks - M. Bram, S. Reckers, P. Drinovac, J. Monch, R.W. Steinbrech, H.P. Buchkremer, and D. Stover (Forschungszentrum Julich GmbH)
10:401882 Nickel/Ceramic Composites for Current Collection Terminals - X. Wei and A. Atkinson (Imperial College)
11:001883 Current Collection and Stacking of Anode Support Cells with Metal Interconnects to Compact Repeating Units - M. Molinelli, D. Larrain, R. Ihringer, L. Constantin, N. Autissier (Federal Institute of Technology), O. Bucheli (HTceramix SA), D. Favrat, and J. Van herle (Federal Institute of Technology)
11:201884 Metallic Components for a Plasma Sprayed Thin-Film SOFC Concept - T. Franco, R. Henne, M. Lang, P. Metzger, G. Schiller, and P. Szabo (German Aerospace Center (DLR))

Cell Design, Processing and Performance

Co-Chairs: M. Mogensen and T. Ishihara

13:401885 Fabrication and Performance of Anode Supported Solid Oxide Fuel Cells - P. Holtappels (Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research), L. Gauckler (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zuerich), T. Graule, B. Gut (Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research), K. Honegger (Sulzer Innotec), M. Jorger (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zuerich), A. McEvoy (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne), D. Perednis (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zuerich), S. Rambert (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne), G. Robert (Sulzer Innotec), and U. Vogt (Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research)
14:001886 Fabrication of Anode Supported Electrolyte with CeScSZ Electrolyte with NiO-CeScSZ Anode by EPD Technique - K. Yamaji, H. Kishimoto, Y. Xiong, T. Horita, N. Sakai, and H. Yokokawa (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
14:201887 Fabrication and Characteristics of Anode-Supported Flat Tubular SOFC - R.-H. Song, J.-H. Kim, H.-J. Son, D.R. Shin (Korea Institute of Energy Research), and H. Yokokawa (Energy Electronics Institute)
14:401888 Development of Low-Cost Alloy Supported SOFCS - S.J. Visco, C.P. Jacobson (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and L.C. De Jonghe (University of California)
15:001889 Deveolpment of Thin-Film SOFC for Stationary and Mobile Application by Using Plasma Deposition Technology - G. Schiller, T. Franco, R. Henne, M. Lang, and P. Szabo (German Aerospace Center)
15:201890 Electrochemical Characterization of Vacuum Plasma Sprayed SOFCs on Different Porous Metallic Substrates - M. Lang, T. Franco, R. Henne, P. Metzger, G. Schiller, and S. Ziehm (German Aerospace Center (DLR))
15:40 Twenty-Minute Intermission
16:001891 Solid Oxide Fuel Cells with YSZ Films Prepared Using Spray Pyrolysis - D. Perednis and L. Gauckler (ETH Zurich)
16:201892 Cathode Supported Thin Film SOFCs - C. Jacobson, S. Visco (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and L. De Jonghe (University of California)
16:401893 Patterned Series-Connected SOFCs - T. Lai, J. Liu, and S. Barnett (Northwestern University)
17:001894 Development of SOFCRoll - F.G.E. Jones, P.A. Connor, and J.T.S. Irvine (University of St Andrews)
17:201895 Low Cost Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Stack Design Using Extruded Honeycomb Technology - W. Rauch, K.J. Lee, J. Cochran, and M. Liu (Georgia Institute of Technoloogy)
17:401896 Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Research and Development Program at the Connecticut Global Fuel Cell Center - N. Sammes and K. Reifsnider (The University of Connecticut)

Level 3 Hallway, Le Palais des Congres

Thursday Evening Poster Session

Co-Chairs: J. Stevenson and K. Eguchi

o1897 Fabrication of High Performance (La,Sr)MnO_3 Cathode by Ion Impregnation - S.P. Jiang, Y.J. Leng, S.H. Chan, and K.A. Khor (Nanyang Technological University)
o1898 Synthesis,Stucture, and Electrophysical Properties of Cation-Deficient Lantanium-Calcium Managanites - N.F. Uvarov, A.P. Nemudry (Russian Academy of Sciences), and Y.G. Mateyshina (Novosibirsk State Univeristy)
o1899 Development of Cathode Materials by Plasma Process at Room Temperature - M. Nikravech, F. Rousseau, D. Morvan, and J. Amouroux (Ecole Nationale Superieure de Chimie de Paris)
o1900 Surface Modification and Elecron Transport of (LaSr)MnO Nanoparticles - V. Krivoruchko, T. Konstantinova, and V. Tarenkov (Institute NAS of Ukraine)
o1901 Elaboration of Ruddlesden Popper Thin Film Via A Sol-Gel Process for Cathode Materials for SOFC Devices - M.-L. Fontaine, C. Laberty, F. Ansart, A. Barnabe, and P. Tailhades (UMR 5085)
o1902 Oxygen Transport and Electrochemical Activity of La2NiO4+d Based Cathode Materials. - V. Kharton, A. Yaremchenko, E. Tsipis, and J. Frade (University of Aveiro)
o1903 New Cathode Materials for ITSOFC : The Ln2-XNIO4+d Nickelates - J.-C. Grenier, J.-M. Bassat, E. Boehm, P. Dordor, F. Mauvy, H. Zhao (Institut de Chimie de la Matiere Condensee de Bordeaux), and P. Stevens (Universitat Karlsruhe)
o1904 Application of LaNi(Fe)O_3 as Air Electrode of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells - H. Orui, K. Watanabe, and M. Arakawa (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation)
o1905 Sr-doped Lanthanum Copper Oxides as Novel Electrode for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells - H.-C. Yu, K.-Z. Fung, and C.-L. Liao (National Cheng Kung university)
o1906 Preparation of Mixed Oxygen-Ion and Electronic Conducting Sr_4Fe6-xCoxO13 Thin Films by PLD - J.A. Pardo, J. Santiso, G. Garcia, and A. Figueras (Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Barcelona (CSIC))
o1907 Precious Metal Thin-Films for SOFC Applications - R. England and N. Sammes (University of Connecticut)
o1908 Comparative Investigation of Polarization Mechanism of Sputter Deposited Cermet Cathodes Interlayers by Impedance-Spectra Time Relaxation Transform Technique - N.I. Khramushin, I.I. Prilezhaeva (State Scientific Center of the Russian Federation), F.N. Pekhota (Ministry of Science and Technologies of Russian Federation), and N.P. Soloviev (State Scientific Center of the Russian Federation)
o1909 Electrochemical Impedance Characteristics of Some Medium Temperature Semicells for SOFC - E. Lust, G. Nurk, P. Moller, I. Kivi, S. Kallip, and A. Janes (University of Tartu)
o1910 Impedance Measurement and Simulation on a Disc Type SOFC Under Power Generation - A. Momma, T. Kato, K. Nozaki, A. Negishi, K. Kato, Y. Kaga, S. Nagata, K. Takano (National Laboratory of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), T. Inagaki, H. Yoshida (The Kansai Electric Power Company, Inc), K. Hosoi, K. Hoshino, T. Akbay, and J. Akikusa (Mitsubishi Materials Co.)
o1911 Protective La_0.8X0.2CoO3 (X = Ca and Sr) Coatings Deposited on Ferritic Steel by Electrophoresis for use as Interconnecting Materials in Intermediate-Temperature SOFCs - A. Roccia, E. Di Batolomeo, R. Polini, and E. Traversa (University of Rome "Tor Vergata")
o1912 Total Solution of Metallic Materials for SOFC - T. Uehara, A. Toji, K. Inoue (Hitachi Metals,Ltd.), M. Yamaguchi (HItachi Metals,Ltd.), and T. Ohno (Hitachi Metals,Ltd.)
o1913 Novel Fabrication Method for Interconnect Materials - C. Scorey and R. Mason (Ametek Specialty Metals Inc)
o1914 Alternate Sealing Method for Planar SOFC Stack - J. Duquette and A. Petric (McMaster University)
o1915 Anode Supported Interconnect for Electrolyte Membrane SOFC - K. Yasumoto, H. Itoh, and T. Yamamoto (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry)
o1916 High Performance Cell Development Using Scandia Doped Zirconia Electrolyte for Low Temperature Operating - H. Sumi, K. Ukai, K. Hisada, Y. Mizutani (Toho Gas Co., Ltd.), and O. Yamamoto (Aichi Institute of Technology)
o1917 Low Temperature Technologies for SOFCs - V. Petrovsky, H. Anderson, and T. Petrovsky (University of Missouri-Rolla)
o1918 R and D for Low Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells - B. Zhu (Royal Institute of Technology), Z.-F. Ma (Shanghai Jiao Tong University), J. Sun, Z. Zhu, and Z. Mao (Royal Institute of Technology)
o1919 Planar SOFCs and Stacks Development at IPPE - A. Gulevich, N. Khramushin, and V. Roujnikov (Institute for Physics and Power Engineering)
o1920 New Electrolyte-Supported Planar SOFC Design with Via Interconnects - M. Badding, J. Brown, J. Cortright, T. Ketcham, D. St. Julien, and R. Wusirika (Corning Incorporated)
o1921 Novel SOFC Tubular Design Configuration - Y. Du, N. Sammes, and R. England (University of Connecticut)
o1922 Fabrication Methods of a Leaky SOFC Design - W.E. Windes, A.E. Erickson, P.A. Lessing, G.M. Huestis, and E.L. Shaber (Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory)
o1923 Comparison of Anode and Electrolyte Support Configuration of Single Chamber Solid Oxide Fuel Cell - P. Jasinski, T. Suzuki, Z. Byars, F. Dogan, and H. Anderson (University of Missouri-Rolla)
o1924 Fabrication and Characterization of Anode Supported Tubular SOFC With Zirconia Based Electroyte for Reduced Temperature Operation - T.L. Nguyen, T. Honda, T. Kato (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), M. Shiono, A. Kobayashi, K. Hosoda, Z. Cai, and M. Dokiya (Yokohama National University)
o1925 Material Design and Processing of CFCL's Cell Assembly - R. Ratnaraj, K. Ahmed, J. Love, S. Amarasinghe, O. Bellon, and K. Foger (Ceramic Fuel Cells, Ltd.)
o1926 Fabrication and Performances of a Small SOFC Stack Using Doped Lanthanum Gallate Electrolyte - Y. Du and N. Sammes (University of Connecticut)
o1927 Collaboration Platform for Research and Development of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells - M. Koyama, S. Kraines, Y. Tamura, and Y. Fukushima (The University of Tokyo)
o1928 Issues Affecting the Mechanical Integrity of a SOFC - S. Hagos and R. Travis (Imperial College London)
o1929 Strength of Planar Cells for SOF Application - J. Malzbender, R.W. Steinbrech, and L. Singheiser (Forschungszentrum Julich GmbH)
o1930 Thermal Stress Analysis for an Operating SOFC Stack - M. Boersma, B. Sharman, and M. Tabatabaian (Global Thermoelectric Inc.)
o1931 Modeling of Cross-Flow Stack: Sensitivity to Thermal Properties of the Materials - D. Larrain, J. Van herle, and D. Favrat (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)
o1932 Cell to Cell Performance Variations within a Stack - A. Burt, I. Celik (West Virginia University), R. Gemmen (United States Department of Energy), and A. Smirnov (West Virginia University)
o1933 In-Plane Temperature and Power Distribution of Vacuum Plasma Sprayed (VPS) SOFC for Mobile Applications - B. Kuhn, O. Finkenwirth, and M. Eberhard (BMW Group)
o1934 Flooded Homogeneous Model for Composite Cathode of SOFC - J. Deseure, Y. Bultel, L. Dessemond, and E. Siebert (ENSEEG)
o1935 Verification of Control Theory Based Models for Dynamic SOFC Operation - S. Schafer, K. Schmid, A. Krugel, A. Weber, E. Ivers-Tffee, and V. Krebs (Universitat Karlsruhe)
o1936 Modeling of Anode-supported SOFCs Operating with H2 and CO Feed Mixtures - R. Suwanwarangkul, E. Croiset, M. Fowler, P. Douglas (University of Waterloo), E. Entchev, and M. Douglas (CANMET Energy Technology Center)
o1937 Failure Prediction and Prevention by Knowledge Management in Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Design - Y. Tamura, M. Koyama, and S. Kraines (The University of Tokyo)

Friday, May 2, 2003

Havane Ampitheatre, Level 3, Le Palais des Congres

Electrochemical Performance and Cell Testing

Co-Chairs: J. Kilner and S. Barnett

8:001938 Experimental Requirements for Determination of SOFC Electrode Kinetics - M. Mogensen and P.V. Hendriksen (Risoe National Laboratory)
8:201939 Probing and Mapping Electrode Reactions in SOFCs Using In-Situ Characterization Techniques - M. Liu, X. Lu (Georgia Institute of Technology), and P. Faguy (ChevronTexaco Ovonic Fuel Cells)
8:401940 Electrode Reaction Kinetics at La1-xAxMnO3+d (A=Sr, Ca) / YSZ Interface - K. Yasumoto (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry), J. Mizusaki (Tohoku University), H. Itoh (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry), S. Wang (Nihon University), H. Tagawa, and M. Dokiya (Yokohama National University)
9:001941 Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Studies of Perovskite/YSZ Ceramic Films - D.Z.D. Florio (Instituto de Pesquisas Energeticas e Nucleares), V. Esposito, G. Savo, E.D. Bartolomeo, and E. Traversa (Universitadi Roma "Tor Vergata")
9:201942 Oxygen Electrochemistry at LaSrMnO3/YSZ Interfaces - A. Co, S.J. Xia, and V. Birss (The University of Calgary)
9:40 Twenty-Minute Intermission
10:001943 Break Down of Losses in Thin Electrolyte SOFCs - P. Vang Hendriksen, S. Koch, and M. Mogensen (Riso National Laboratory)
10:201944 Long-Term Test of DK-SOFC Cells - R. Barfod, S. Koch, Y.-L. Liu, P.H. Larsen, and P.V. Hendriksen (Riso National Laboratory)
10:401945 Improved Solid Oxide Fuel-Cell Performance with Sputtered PT Crystals - J.-H. Wan and J. Goodenough (University of Texas at Austin)
11:001946 Noble Metals in SOFC Cathodes: Processing and Electrochemical Performance - D. Rutenbeck, V.A.C. Haanappel, A. Mai, S. Uhlenbruck, F. Tietz, and I.C. Vinke (Forschungszentrum)
11:201947 Comparison Between LSCF-CGO and GSC-CGO Composite Cathodes On An CGO Electrolyte for IT-SOFC - G. Sivasundram and J. Kilner (Imperial College of Science, Techonology and Medicine)
11:401948 Microstructural and Electrochemical Characterization of LSFC-Based Cathodes for Anode-Supported Solid Oxide Fuel Cells - A. Mai, V.A.C. Haanappel, F. Tietz, I.C. Vinke, and D. Stover (Forschungszentrum Julich)

Cell, Stack and System Modeling

Co-Chairs: L.G. J de Haart and M. Khaleel

13:401949 Modeling of the Potential Jump at Electrode-Electrolyte Interface using Singularity Distribution - I. Celik, S. Pakalapati (West Virginia University), and R. Gemmen (US Department of Energy)
14:001950 Analytical and FEM-Modelling of Cathode/Electrolyte Interfaces - D. Herbstritt, A.C. Muller, A. Weber, and E. Ivers-Tiffee (Universitat Karlsruhe)
14:201951 Micro-Modeling of Porous SOFC Anode - M. Alkhateeb, S. Parulekar, J.R. Selman, and S. Al-Hallaj (Illinois Institute of Technology)
14:401952 Control Theory Based Models for the Dynamic Operation of SOFCs - A. Krugel, S. Schafer, K. Schmid, A. Weber, E. Ivers-Tiffee, and V. Krebs (Universitat Karlsruhe)
15:001953 SOFC Modeling and Simulation under the U.S. DOE SECA Core Technology Program - W. Rogers, D. Collins (U.S. DOE National Energy Technology Laboratory), M. Khaleel (Batelle Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), and E. Lara-Curzio (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
15:201954 Microstructural and Continuum Electrochemistry Models - M. Khaleel, D. Rector, and K. Recknagle (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
15:40 Twenty-Minute Intermission
16:001955 A Computational Fluid Dynamics Model of a SOFC - K. Sudaprasert, R. Travis, and R. Martinez-Botas (Imperial College London)
16:201956 Computational Fluid Dynamics Modeling of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells - U. Pasaogullari and C.-Y. Wang (The Pennsylvania State University)
16:401957 Investigation and Modelling of the Flow Field in SOFC - X. Yan (BMW Group) and N. Bundschuh (DLR e.V.)
17:001958 Complete Modeling of kW-Range SOFC Stacks - A. Gubner, D. Froning, B. de Haart, and D. Stolten (Forschungszentrum JAPw-lich GmbH)
17:201959 Simulation of a 220 kW Hybrid SOFC Gas Turbine System and Data Comparison - Y. Yi, T. Smith, J. Brouwer, A. Rao, and S. Samuelsen (University of California)
17:40 Concluding Remarks- S.C. Singhal