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Production strategies of asymmetric BaCe0.65Zr0.20Y0.15O3-δ – Ce0.8Gd0.2O2-δ membrane for hydrogen separation

AuthorsMercadelli, Elisa; Gondolini, A.; Montaleone, D.; Pinasco, P.; Escolástico Rozalén, Sonia; Serra Alfaro, José Manuel; Sanson, Alessandra
KeywordsTape casting
Ceramic membranes
Issue Date4-Mar-2020
CitationInternational Journal of Hydrogen Energy 45: 7468-7478 (2020)
AbstractMixed proton and electron conductor ceramic composites are among the most promising materials for hydrogen separation membrane technology especially if designed in an asymmetrical configuration (thin membrane supported onto a thicker porous substrate). However a precise processing optimization is needed to effectively obtain planar and crack free asymmetrical membranes with suitable microstructure and composition without affecting their hydrogen separation efficiency. This work highlights for the first time the most critical issues linked to the tape casting process used to obtain BaCeZrYO – CeGdO (BCZY-GDC) asymmetrical membranes for H separation. The critical role of the co-firing process, sintering aid and atmosphere was critically investigated. The optimization of the production strategy allowed to obtain asymmetric membranes constituted by a dense 20 μm-thick ceramic-ceramic composite layer supported by a porous (36%) 750 μm-thick BCZY-GDC substrate. The asymmetric membranes here reported showed H fluxes (0.47 mL min cm at 750 °C) among the highest obtained for an all-ceramic membrane.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2019.03.148
Identifiersdoi: 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2019.03.148
issn: 0360-3199
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