Development of Clay Thin Plate as First Preparation for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Manufacture—Preliminary Study
- Conference date: 9–11 June 2009
- Location: Jakarta (Indonesia)
Various methods have heen implemented to manufacture the intermediate temperature solid oxide fuel cell. The quality of thin plate fuel cell that allows the optimum electrons flow within the fuel cell membrane is of interest. This paper investigates the manufacturing process of clay thin plate for solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) using the compaction method. Several parameter processes that affect the quality of thin plate such as compaction loading, microstructure and deformation of thin plate at green density and after sintering are investigated. The thin plate is fabricated from clay powder using a single acting compaction at a finite loading, for sintering temperature at about 1350° C with holding time of 30 minutes. The thin plate is underwent a scanning process using a Scanning Electron Microscopy to evaluate the grain size and thickness plate. The result indicates the substantial information of parameter process of clay thin plate for solid oxide fuel cell manufacture.
- Solid oxide fuel cells
- Proton exchange membrane fuel cells
- Scanning electron microscopy
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