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Development and characterization of porous composites for solid oxide fuel cell anode conduction layers using ceramic-filled highly porous Ni foam
(American Ceramic Society, 2009-02)
Porous Ni-yttria stabilized zirconia (YSZ) composites are the most common materials used for solid oxide fuel cell anodes. In conventional anodes, percolation of the Ni phase for acceptable conductivity requires relatively ...
Influence of green formulation and pyrolyzable particulates on the porous microstructure and sintering characteristics of tape cast ceramics
(American Ceramic Soc, 2001-01)
Porous morphology and total porosity produced in sintered ceramic tapes was controlled by the amount and distribution of pyrolyzable graphite particles added to a colloidal suspension during a tape casting operation. A ...
Engineered porosity via tape casting, lamination and the percolation of pyrolyzable particulates
(American Ceramic Soc, 1999-07)
Sintered ceramic preforms with open pore volumes from 20% to 80% (with no alteration in sintering shrinkage) were developed by adding pyrolyzable pore-forming agents (PFAs) to a tape-casting colloidal suspension. Sintered ...
Effect of laser cladding process parameters on clad quality and in-situ formed microstructure of Fe-TiC composite coatings
(Elsevier Science S.A, 2010-12/25)
The effect of powder composition on the morphology of in situ TiC composite coating deposited by Laser-assisted Powder Deposition (LAPD)
(Elsevier Science B.V, 2012-11/15)
Temporal development of melt-pool morphology and clad geometry in laser powder deposition
(Elsevier Science B.V, 2011-05)
Assessment of melting behavior of Cu-coated Ti powders using thermal analysis
(Elsevier Ltd, 2004)