Anode or Electrolyte supported, that is the question. There are multiple types of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs), which are defined by the support material. The support is the thickest portion of the cell design and is the backbone that provides the mechanical strength. […]
About Gene Arkenberg
Mr. Arkenberg is the SOFC Technology Program Manager at Nexceris. He received a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from The Ohio State University in 2002. Mr. Arkenberg has thirteen years of diverse experience in the areas of catalysts, chemical reactor design, fuel cell stack design and testing, process modeling and design, and ceramic processing. Under his leadership, area-specific power densities of Nexceris’ SOFC stacks have increased from 280 to 400 mW/cm2, fuel utilization capability has increased from 70 to 80 percent, and electrical efficiencies have increased from 35 to more than 50 percent. Mr. Arkenberg has either authored or co-authored eight technical papers, one issued U.S. patent, and three pending patent applications.