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Meshed Subvolumes for "Advantages of ionic conductors over electronic conductors as infiltrates in solid oxide fuel cell cathodes".

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posted on 2024-02-07, 14:50 authored by Hokon KimHokon Kim, William K. Epting, Harry W. Abernathy, Anthony RollettAnthony Rollett, Paul SalvadorPaul Salvador

The meshed sub-volume input files (*.inp) and simulation output files (*.csv) are hosted at the linked folders, respectively MeshedFiles and csv_Outputs.  


The link to the folders is : 

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1cnusA0HayBuxmNUzfHsrAjNvAz_pbicG?usp=share_link


If no Readme files exist in folders, contact paulsalvador@cmu.edu for details of each. 

If Readme files exist,  they will explain filenaming, contents, and structure. 

Funding

Department of Energy's Fossil Energy and Carbon Management, Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Program

Materials Characterization Facility at Carnegie Mellon University, MCF-67778

National Energy Technology Laboratory, Joule Supercomputer

Carnegie Mellon University ProSEED/EQT Foundation Grant

History

Publisher Statement

Advantages of ionic conductors over electronic conductors as infiltrates insolid oxide fuel cell cathodes, Hokon Kim, William K. Epting, Harry W. Abernathy, Anthony D. Rollett, Paul A. Salvador, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, (2024). doi: 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2024.02.029