By Pascal Forquin, Rachid Cheriguene (auth.), Tom Proulx (eds.)
Experimental and utilized Mechanics represents one in every of 8 volumes of technical papers awarded on the Society for Experimental Mechanics Annual convention & Exposition on Experimental and utilized Mechanics, held at Uncasville, Connecticut, June 13-16, 2011. the total set of complaints additionally contains volumes on Dynamic habit of fabrics, Mechanics of organic structures and fabrics, demanding situations in Mechanics of Time-Dependent fabrics and tactics in traditional and Multifunctional fabrics, MEMS and Nanotechnology; Optical Measurements, Modeling and, Metrology; Experimental and utilized Mechanics, Thermomechanics and Infra-Red Imaging, and Engineering functions of Residual Stress.
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SOFCs are generally characterized by both their geometric configuration, most commonly tubular or planar, and by which of the ceramic layers provides the primary mechanical support, generally the anode or the electrolyte. . Electrolyte-supported cells are advantageous over anode-supported cells because they are less susceptible to failure due to anode reoxidation or cathode reduction. However, the thicker electrolyte results in higher resistance and requires higher operating temperatures to minimize ohmic losses .
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2: Schematic of a Planar SOFC Assembly material, the reduction in stiffness of a FlexCell electrolyte is dependent on the percentage of ‘active area’ devoted to thinner, active hexes. Percent active area is defined as follows: % = (1) 100% For example, the electrolyte shown in Fig. 1 contains a combination of larger and smaller hexes. 5 mm apart, taking up about 57% of their surrounding area. 0 mm apart, take up about 36%. The frame and ribs contain no hexes, so their %AA is zero. 90538 ∗ (% ) (3) To further simplify the repeating cell model, it has also been assumed that the mechanical effects of the anode and cathode are minimal when compared to the effect of the electrolyte itself.