Development of Low-Cost, Highly-Sinterable, Co-Free (Ni,Fe)3O4 Spinel-Based Contact Materials for SOFC Cathode-Side Contact Application Email Page
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Performer: Tennessee Technological University
Proposed environmentally-assisted reactive<br/>sintering process for synthesizing the (Ni,Fe)<sub>3</sub>O<sub>4</sub><br/>spinel (denoted as ā€œSā€) as the cathode-side contact<br/>using metallic powders as the precursor.
Proposed environmentally-assisted reactive
sintering process for synthesizing the (Ni,Fe)3O4
spinel (denoted as ā€œSā€) as the cathode-side contact
using metallic powders as the precursor.
Website: Tennessee Technological University
Award Number: FE0026210
Project Duration: 10/01/2015 – 07/31/2017
Total Award Value: $260,533
DOE Share: $200,000
Performer Share: $60,533
Technology Area: Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Key Technology: Cell Technology
Location: Cookeville, Tennessee

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