Definitions for "Solid Oxide Fuel Cell"
a ceramic power-generating device
an energy conversion device that produces direct-current electricity by electrochemically reacting a gaseous fuel (e
A type of fuel cell in which the electrolyte is a solid, nonporous metal oxide, typically zirconium oxide (ZrO2) treated with Y2O3, and O-2 is transported from the cathode to the anode. Any CO in the reformate gas is oxidized to CO2 at the anode. Temperatures of operation are typically 800-1,000°C.