Volumes 638-642

doi: 10.4028/

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Authors: Nigel Sammes, J. Song, B. Roy, K. Galloway, Toshio Suzuki, Masa Awano, A.M. Fazil Serincan

Abstract: In this work, we studied a NiO/GDC-GDC-LSCF micro-tubular SOFC system using saturated hydrogen at 450-550 oC. The systems were...

Authors: Peter Lubomir Polak, Ronaldo Domingues Mansano, Rui Alberto Silva, Igor Proença Silva, Maria Cristina Ribeiro

Abstract: The performance of fuel cells is largely dependent on the properties of the membrane electrode assembly (MEA) which consists of a polymer...

Authors: Jukka Pekka Spets, Maunu Kuosa, Tom Granström, Yohannes Kiros, Jyri Rantanen, Markku J. Lampinen, Kari Saari

Abstract: The use of glucose, which is produced from the acid hydrolysis of starch and cellulose, is studied as a fuel in a low-temperature...

Authors: Michael Lang, Corinna Auer, Paul Jentsch, Tilman Weckesser

Abstract: Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs) are gaining more and more importance as auxiliary power units (APU), e.g. for passenger cars, trucks and...

Authors: Philip L. Threadgill, M.M.Z. Ahmed, Jonathan P. Martin, Jonathan G. Perrett, Bradley P. Wynne

Abstract: The use of a double sided friction stir welding tool (known as a bobbin tool) has the advantage of giving a processed zone in the workpiece...

Authors: Hui Jie Liu, Li Zhou, Yong Xian Huang, Qi Wei Liu

Abstract: As a new solid-state welding process, friction stir welding (FSW) has been successfully used for joining low melting point materials such as...

Authors: Zong Yi Ma, B.L. Xiao, J. Yang, A.H. Feng

Abstract: In this article, recent investigations on magnesium alloys by friction stir processing (FSP) are addressed. It indicates that remarkable...

Authors: Mitsuru Nakamura, Yuki Sawada, Yutaka S. Sato

Abstract: This study was investigated the influence of preheat temperature and welding speed by a view point of microstructure of joining zone used by...

Authors: Simon Larose, Laurent Dubourg, C. Perron, Mohammad Jahazi, Priti Wanjara

Abstract: Friction stir welding (FSWing) induces residual stresses and distortions in welded structures. Such residual stresses reduce the fatigue...

Authors: Marie Noëlle Avettand-Fènoël, Roland Taillard, Christophe Herbelot, Abdellatif Imad

Abstract: Friction stir welding (FSW) is a quite recent welding method which takes advantage of being performed in the solid state. Compared with the...


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