Publications

Workshop’s presentations are online

You can download the presentations discussed during the DEMOSOFC workshop browsing the project’s blog. Here’s the post where to find the updated files.

Meet DEMOSOFC Scientific Approach: Degradation of catalytic and electro-catalytic active surfaces…

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“Dealing with fuel contaminants in biogas-fed solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) and molten carbonate fuel cell (MCFC) plants: Degradation of catalytic and electro-catalytic active surfaces and related gas purification methods.” Authors: Andrea Lanzinia, Hossein Madib, Vitaliano Chiodoc, Davide Papurelloa, Susanna Maisano, Massimo Santarelli, Jan Van herleb See more browsing:  http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0360128516301150  

Meet DEMOSOFC Scientific Approach: SOFCs anode degradation…

“Solid oxide fuel cell anode degradation by the effect of siloxanes” Authors: Hossein Madi, Andrea Lanzini, Stefan Diethelm, Davide Papurello, Jan Van herle, Matteo Lualdi, Jørgen Gutzon Larsen, Massimo Santarelli. Journal of Power Sources 279, 1 April 2015 Read more on Science Direct.    

Meet DemosofC Scientific Approach: study of CO2 recovery…

“Study of CO2 recovery in a carbonate fuel cell tri-generation plant”. Authors: Giorgio Rinaldi, Dustin McLarty, Jack Brouwer, Andrea Lanzini, Massimo Santarelli. Journal of Power Sources 284 · June 2015 Read more on Research Gate

Meet DemosofC Scientific Approach: CFD- based reduced model…

“CFD- based reduced model for the simulation of thermocline thermal energy storage systems”. Authors: Alberto Pizzolato, Filippo Donato, Vittorio Verda, Massimo Santarelli Applied Thermal Engineering 76 · November 2014 Discover more on Research Gate.  

Meet DemosofC Scientific Approach: Reversible operations of SOFCs…

“Reversible operations of SOFCs under electrolysis and fuel cell modes: experimental study and model validation”. Authors: Domenico Ferrero, Andrea Lanzini, Pierluigi Leone, Massimo Santarelli. The Chemical Engineering Journal 274 · August 2015 Read more on Research Gate.

Meet DEMOSOFC Scientific Approach: Proton transfer reaction mass spectrometry technique…

“Proton transfer reaction mass spectrometry technique for monitoring of volatile sulfur compounds in a fuel cell quality clean-up system.” Authors: Davide Papurello, Lorenzo Tognana, Andrea Lanzini, Federico Smeacetto, Massimo Santarelli, Ilaria Belcari, Silvia Silvestri, Franco Biasioli. Fuel Processing Technology, Volume 130, February 2015, pagg. 136–146. See more browsing Research Gate