asteroza + barium   6

Self-Cleaning Anodes: Researchers Develop Nanoparticle Technology That Could Facilitate Cost-Effective Coal-Powered Fuel Cells « Georgia Tech Research News
Barium oxide nanostructure anode coating keeps SOFC clear of coking deposits when using coal gas, operate at 750C for less expensive materials usage. Coal gas poisoning issues not explored.
SOFC  fuelcell  materials  science  reearch  anode  coking  surface  treatment  barium  oxide  nanostructure  nanotechnology  self-cleaning  cleaning  water  mediated  carbon  removal  coal  gas  syngas  vapor  deposition  Delicious 
june 2011 by asteroza
Scavenging energy waste to turn water into hydrogen fuel, Headlines for March 12, 2010, UW-Madison Engineering
Interesting that they used ultrasonic frequencies to drive the nanofibers. I wonder if that is due to the fiber length being the limiting factor on available driving frequencies?
PZEC  direct  wawter  splitting  piezoelectrochemical  hydrogen  production  electrolysis  zinc  oxide  barium  titanate  nanocrystal  nanofiber  materials  science  research  technology  nanotechnology  green  energy  Delicious 
march 2010 by asteroza
Using an ultrasonic liquid metal mixer, these guys supposedly are making a barium titanate ultracap that could go toe to toe with EESTOR, because they can make a fancy metal alloy
barium  titanate  supercapacitor  ultracapacitor  capacitor  high  power  density  hardware  electronics  devices  energy  research  Delicious 
october 2009 by asteroza
New Sulfur- and Coking-Tolerant Material Could Expand Applications for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
new ceramic anode for SOFC that is hydrogen sulfide resistant and also carbon coking resistant, that operates at low(er) temps than current fuel cells.
SOFC  anode  materials  science  research  technology  YSZ  yittria  zirconia  ceramic  electrolyte  BZCYYb  barium  zirconium  cerium  yttrium  ytterbium  low  temperature  carbon  coking  sulfur  poisoning  resistance  hydrogen  sulfide  fuelcell  Delicious 
october 2009 by asteroza

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