Simone Anelli

Simone Anelli
Politecnico di Torino | polito · DISAT - Department of Applied Science and Technology

PhD
Postdoctoral Researcher at Politecnico di Torino.

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When processed using state-of-the-art techniques, Solid Oxide Cells (SOCs) fabrication (e.g. tape casting) requires many fabrications steps. Recently Additive Manufacturing (AM) techniques have gained popularity to complement or substitute SOCs fabrication processes. AM allows the combination of different techniques to produce complete cells, minim...
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The enhancement of solid oxide cell (SOC) oxygen electrode performance through the generation of nanocomposite electrodes via infiltration using wet-chemistry processes has been widely studied in recent years. An efficient oxygen electrode consists of a porous backbone and an active catalyst, which should provide ionic conductivity, high catalytic...
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The analysis of energy loss near edge structures in EELS is a powerful method for a precise characterization of elemental oxidation states and local atomic coordination with an outstanding lateral resolution, down to the atomic scale. Given the complexity and sizes of the EELS spectrum images datasets acquired by the state-of-the-art instrumentatio...
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The development of alternative sources for electric power generation and energy storage to meet the growing demand and ensuring environmental sustainability for the next decades is still being a challenge for the scientific community. In this context, fuel cells are of great interest in enabling sustainable generation of electricity, being highly e...
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Infiltration of nano-catalysts in ionic-conductive backbones is receiving increasing attention to fabricate highly performing electrodes for Solid Oxide Cells application. In particular, nanostructured, high surface area scaffolds based on ceria and infiltrated with functional perovskites have already proved their excellent catalytic activity as ox...
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Mesoporous ceria possesses high potential as a functional material for high-temperature energy applications, owing to an ordered percolating network for oxygen ion conductivity, to a good catalytic activity towards solid/gas reactions and to a maximized porosity in the nanometric range. Here we developed highly performing gadolinium-doped mesoporou...
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This research is focused on the study of the samples, approximatively 15 × 30 mm² sized, that were mechanically cut from two sheets (0.4 and 0.2 mm thick, respectively) of AISI 444 Type ferritic stainless steel (FSS) (DIN 1.4521, Eu designation X2CrMoTi18-2); this material was in the ‘as-rolled’ state. Part of these specimens were treated superfici...
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A commercial ferritic stainless steel (FSS) known as K44M (Type 444, according to ASTM A 240, DIN 1.4521 according to NF EN 10088-2) was aged in static air in two differing thicknesses (i.e. 1.5 and 0.4 mm) at a thermal cycle corresponding to the curing phase of an experimental glass used as sealing in solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) stacks, and to an...

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ENDURANCE is a Seventh Framework Programme project under the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking. It stands for "ENhanced DURability materials for Advanced stacks of New solid oxide fuel CElls". ENDURANCE aims at developing reliable predictive models to estimate long-term (i.e. > 20 kh) performance and probability of failure of solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) stacks based on existing materials. This will allow the realization of stacks with extended service intervals and reduced maintenance cost with respect to the present stack technology. The extension of service life will be supported by the introduction of Early Warning Output Signals triggered counterstrategies.