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Proceedings-20th Annual Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) Project Review Meeting

Tuesday, April 30 Oral Presentations

FE1 Progress in SOFC Technology Development at FuelCell Energy
Hossein Ghezel-Ayagh, FuelCell Energy

FE2 Progress of NETL SOFC Research Portfolio 
Gregory Hackett, National Energy Technology Laboratory

FE3 SOFC Development at PNNL: Overview
Jeff Stevenson/Brian Koeppel, PNNL

FE4 Durability and Reliability of Materials and Components for SOFCs 
Edgar Lara-Curzio, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

FE5 Evaluation of Cathode Evolution for SOFC Reliable Performance
Brian Ingram, Argonne National Laboratory

FE6 Durable, Cost Effective, Energy Efficient Tubular SOFC
Praveen Cheekatamarla, Atrex Energy, Inc.

FE7 Metal-Supported Ceria Electrolyte-Based SOFC Stack for Scalable, Low-Cost, High-Efficiency and Robust Stationary Power Systems 
Charles Vesely/ Bal Dosanjh, Cummins Power Generation, Inc.

FE8 Advanced SOFC Development at Redox Power Systems
Bryan Blackburn/ Sean Bishop, Redox Power Systems, LLC

FE9 Innovative, Versatile and Cost-Effective Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Stack Concept 
Nguyen Minh, University of California - San Diego

FE10 Processing of SOFC Anodes for Enhanced Intermediate Temperature Catalytic Activity at High Fuel Utilization 
Soumendra N. Basu, Trustees of Boston University

FE11 On-Demand Designing of Internal Surface Architecture of Porous Electrodes for Dramatic Enhancement of SOFC Performance and Durability 
Xueyan Song, West Virginia University Research Corporation

FE12 Improving Ni-Based SOFC Anode Resilience and Durability Through Secondary Phase Formation 
Robert A. Walker, Montana State University

FE13 Modification of SOFC Anodes and Cathodes by ALD
Raymond J. Gorte, University of Pennsylvania

FE14 Development of Getters for the Co-capture of Airborne Trace Contaminants and Carbon Tolerant Anode for Application in SOFC Systems 
Prabhakar Singh, University of Connecticut

FE15 A Transformational NG-Fueled Dynamic SOFC for Datacenter in-Rack Power 
Kevin Huang, University of South Carolina

Wednesday, May 1 Oral Presentations

FE16 Development of High Temperature Anode Gas Recycle Blowers for SOFCs 
Jose Luis Cordova, Mohawk Innovative Technology

FE17 New Silver-Based Alloys for SOFC Brazing and Circuit Patterning 
Jason Nicholas, Michigan State University

FE18 Mitigation of Chromia-poisoning in Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Cathodes 
Fanglin (Frank) Chen, University of South Carolina

FE19 Development of Accelerated Test Protocols and High-Efficiency Cathodes for SOFCs 
Xiao-Dong Zhou, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

FE20 Cathode Cleaning for Chromium Poisoning Recovery
Uday Pal, Trustees of Boston University

FE21 Highly-Active and Durable Cathodes for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells 
Meilin Liu, Georgia Tech Research Corporation

FE22 Operating Stresses and Their Effects on Degradation of LSM-Based SOFC Cathodes 
Mark DeGuire, Case Western Reserve University

FE23 Synthesis of Novel Cathode Hetero-Structures for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells 
Srikanth Gopalan, Trustees of Boston University

FE24 Development & Validation of Low-Cost, Highly-Durable, Spinel-Based Contact Materials For SOFC Cathode-Side Contact Application 
Jiahong Zhu, Tennessee Technological University

FE25 Minimizing Cr-Evaporation from Balance of Plant Components by Utilizing Cost-Effective Alumina-Forming Austenitic Steels 
Xingbo Liu, West Virginia University Research Corporation

FE26 Probing Temperature Profiles in Solid Oxide Fuel Cell During its operation with 5-mm spatial resolution and its implication for Optimization  
Kevin Chen, University of Pittsburgh

FE27 Multi-Gas Sensors for Enhanced Reliability of SOFC Operation 
Radislav Potyrailo, General Electric (GE) Company

FE28 Tuning Surface Stoichiometry of SOFC Electrodes at the Molecular and Nano-scale for Enhanced Performance and Durability
Eric Wachsman, University of Maryland

FE29 Influence of surface chemistry of fluorite-type cathode materials on oxygen reduction reaction
Clement Nicollet, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

FE30 Computationally Guided Design of MULTIPLE Impurities Tolerant Electrode 
Yu Zhong, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Tuesday, April 30th Poster Presentations,

FE050 Electrogenerative Reactors for Process Intensified Cogeneration of Power and Liquid Fuel from Shale Gas
Wenyuan Li, West Virginia University 

FE051 Operating Stresses and their Effects on Degradation of LSM-Based SOFC Cathodes
Chenxin Deng, Case Western Reserve University 

FE052 Overview of Metal-Supported Solid Oxide Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers: Performance and Durability
Emir Dogdibegovic, LBNL 

FE053 Enhancing Oxygen Exchange Activity by Tailoring Perovskite Surfaces
Raymond J. Gorte, University of Pennsylvania 

FE054 Recent Sealing Developments for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Neil Kidner, Nexceris LLC 

FE055 (M, Mn or Fe)3O4 Spinel for Advanced Electrical Conductive Layer for SOFC Stacks
Jung Pyung Choi, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 

FE056 Small-Scale SOFC Test Platform (SSTP)
Brent Kirby, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 

FE057 Composite Cathode Contact Material Development at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory: Validation in Stack Fixture Test and Effect of Strong Fibers
Yeong-Shyung Chou, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 

FE058 Cr Mitigation by LSM-LSCF Composite for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Yeong-Shyung Chou, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 

FE059 Effects of Cr Concentrations in Air on LSM/YSZ and LSCF Cathode Degradation
John S. Hardy, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 

FE060 Investigating Sr Vapor Phase Evolution from LSM/YSZ and LSCF Cathodes During and After Sintering
John S. Hardy, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 

FE061 Use of Reduced Order Models (ROMs) to Predict SOFC Stacks Performance
Jie Bao, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 

FE062 Influence of Anode Creep on the Structural Reliability of SOFCs
Brian Koeppel, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 

FE063 Capture of Trace Airborne Impurities and Mitigation of Electrode Poisoning in SOFC’s
Junsung Hong, University of Connecticut 

FE064 Carbon Resistant High Entropy Alloy Anode for Internal Reforming of Hydrocarbons in SOFC
Boxun Hu, University of Connecticut 

FE065 Hydrogen-assisted Corrosion of Stainless Steel in Dual Atmosphere Exposure Conditions
Michael Reisert/Ashish Aphale, University of Connecticut 

FE066 Energetics of Carbon Deposition on Metallic Surfaces in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Rajesh Kumar/Boxun Hu, University of Connecticut 

FE067 Progress in Electrode Engineering of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells at NETL
Shiwoo Lee, National Energy Technology Laboratory 

FE068 Quantifying the Nature and Impact of Mesoscale Heterogeneities in SOFC Electrodes
Paul Salvador, Carnegie Mellon University 

FE069 Performance Degradation Modeling of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells using a Multiphysics Framework
Harry Abernathy, National Energy Technology Laboratory 

FE070 Cation Diffusion in Bulk Tetragonal ZrO2 for SOFCs: Effect of Hydrogen on Cation Transport
Yueh-Lin Lee, National Energy Technology Laboratory 

FE071 Reduced-Order Model for Microstructure Evolution Simulation in Solid Oxide Fuel Cell with Dynamic Discrepancy Reduced Modeling
Yinkai Lei, National Energy Technology Laboratory 

FE072 High Throughput, In-line Coating Metrology Development for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) Manufacturing
Sean Bishop, Redox Power Systems, LLC 

FE073 Red-Ox Robust Ceramic Anode Supported Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Keji Pan, Redox Power Systems, LLC Interagency Activities