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Edición Journal of Power Sources – CONAPPICE 2008 –

Volume 192, issue 1, 1 July 2009
ISSN 0378-7753
Special Issue: CONAPPICE 2008
Co-ordinating Editor: P.T. Moseley
1. Editorial Board
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2. Preface
Page 1
L. Daza, A.M. Chaparro

 

Fuel Cells: Science and Technology

3. Effect of DC current polarization on the electrochemical behaviour of La2NiO4+δ and La3Ni2O7+δ-based systems
Pages 2-13
D. Pérez-Coll, A. Aguadero, M.J. Escudero, L. Daza

4. Characterization and single cell testing of Pt/C electrodes prepared by electrodeposition
Pages 14-20
A.J. Martín, A.M. Chaparro, B. Gallardo, M.A. Folgado, L. Daza

5. In situ generation of hydrogen from water by aluminum corrosion in solutions of sodium aluminate
Pages 21-26
Lluís Soler, Angélica María Candela, Jorge Macanás, María Muñoz, Juan Casado

6. Hydrogen production by chemical-looping reforming in a circulating fluidized bed reactor using Ni-based oxygen carriers
Pages 27-34
Luis F. de Diego, María Ortiz, Francisco García-Labiano, Juan Adánez, Alberto Abad, Pilar Gayán

7. Effects of reaction conditions on hydrogen production and carbon nanofiber properties generated by methane decomposition in a fixed bed reactor using a NiCuAl catalyst
Pages 35-42
I. Suelves, J.L. Pinilla, M.J. Lázaro, R. Moliner, J.M. Palacios

8. Development of anode material based on La-substituted SrTiO3 perovskites doped with manganese and/or gallium for SOFC
Pages 43-50
M.J. Escudero, J.T.S. Irvine, L. Daza

9. Carbon nanofibers as electrocatalyst support for fuel cells: Effect of hydrogen on their properties in CH4 decomposition
Pages 51-56
D. Sebastián, I. Suelves, M.J. Lázaro, R. Moliner

10. High surface area graphite as alternative support for proton exchange membrane fuel cell catalysts
Pages 57-62
P. Ferreira-Aparicio, M.A. Folgado, L. Daza

11. Synthesis and electrochemical performance of La0.6Ca0.4Fe1−xNixO3 (x = 0.1, 0.2, 0.3) material for solid oxide fuel cell cathode
Pages 63-69
N. Ortiz-Vitoriano, I. Ruiz de Larramendi, J.I. Ruiz de Larramendi, M.I. Arriortua, T. Rojo

12. Structural, catalytic/redox and electrical characterization of systems combining Cu–Ni with CeO2 or Ce1−xMxO2−δ (M = Gd or Tb) for direct methane oxidation
Pages 70-77
A. Hornés, D. Gamarra, G. Munuera, A. Fuerte, R.X. Valenzuela, M.J. Escudero, L. Daza, J.C. Conesa, P. Bera, A. Martínez-Arias

13. Structure, thermal stability and electrical properties of Ca(V0.5Mo0.5)O3 as solid oxide fuel cell anode
Pages 78-83
A. Aguadero, C. de la Calle, J.A. Alonso, D. Pérez-Coll, M.J. Escudero, L. Daza

14. Stirling based fuel cell hybrid systems: An alternative for molten carbonate fuel cells
Pages 84-93
D. Sánchez, R. Chacartegui, M. Torres, T. Sánchez

15. Comparison of water management between two bipolar plate flow-field geometries in proton exchange membrane fuel cells at low-density current range
Pages 94-99
Ana M. López, Félix Barreras, Antonio Lozano, Juan A. García, Luis Valiño, Radu Mustata

16. Influence on hydrogen production of the minor components of natural gas during its decomposition using carbonaceous catalysts
Pages 100-106
J.L. Pinilla, I. Suelves, M.J. Lázaro, R. Moliner

17. Analysis of the control structures for an integrated ethanol processor for proton exchange membrane fuel cell systems
Pages 107-113
S. Biset, L. Nieto Deglioumini, M. Basualdo, V.M. Garcia, M. Serra

18. Platinum supported catalysts for carbon monoxide preferential oxidation: Study of support influence
Pages 114-119
R. Padilla, M. Benito, L. Rodríguez, A. Serrano-Lotina, L. Daza

19. Fabrication, electrochemical characterization and thermal cycling of anode supported microtubular solid oxide fuel cells
Pages 120-125
R. Campana, R.I. Merino, A. Larrea, I. Villarreal, V.M. Orera

20. Performance of solid oxide electrolysis cells based on scandia stabilised zirconia
Pages 126-131
M.A. Laguna-Bercero, S.J. Skinner, J.A. Kilner

21. SrCo1−xSbxO3−δ perovskite oxides as cathode materials in solid oxide fuel cells
Pages 132-137
A. Aguadero, D. Pérez-Coll, C. de la Calle, J.A. Alonso, M.J. Escudero, L. Daza

22. Proton conducting sol–gel sulfonated membranes produced from 2-allylphenol, 3-glycidoxypropyl trimethoxysilane and tetraethyl orthosilicate
Pages 138-143
J. Mosa, A. Durán, M. Aparicio

23. Effect of the support properties on the preparation and performance of platinum catalysts supported on carbon nanofibers
Pages 144-150
L. Calvillo, M. Gangeri, S. Perathoner, G. Centi, R. Moliner, M.J. Lázaro

24. Chemical compatibility between YSZ and SDC sintered at different atmospheres for SOFC applications
Pages 151-157
Ana Martínez-Amesti, Aitor Larrañaga, Lide M. Rodríguez-Martínez, Mª Luisa Nó, Jose L. Pizarro, Ander Laresgoiti, Mª Isabel Arriortua

25. The role of surface reactions on the active and selective catalyst design for bioethanol steam reforming
Pages 158-164
M. Benito, R. Padilla, A. Serrano-Lotina, L. Rodríguez, J.J. Brey, L. Daza

 

Short Communications

26. Comparative study of oxygen reduction reaction on RuxMySez (M = Cr, Mo, W) electrocatalysts for polymer exchange membrane fuel cell
Pages 165-169
K. Suárez-Alcántara, O. Solorza-Feria

27. Ammonia as efficient fuel for SOFC
Pages 170-174
A. Fuerte, R.X. Valenzuela, M.J. Escudero, L. Daza

28. The effect of doping in the electrochemical performance of (Ln1−xMx)FeO3−δ SOFC cathodes
Pages 175-179
Karmele Vidal, Lide M. Rodríguez-Martínez, Luis Ortega-San-Martin, Ana Martínez-Amesti, María Luisa Nó, Teófilo Rojo, Ander Laresgoiti, María Isabel Arriortua

29. Redox behaviour of Gd-doped ceria–nickel oxide composites
Pages 180-184
V. Gil, A. Larrea, R.I. Merino, V.M. Orera

30. Study of the distribution of air flow in a proton exchange membrane fuel cell stack
Pages 185-189
Radu Mustata, Luis Valiño, Félix Barreras, María Isabel Gil, Antonio Lozano

31. The neural networks based modeling of a polybenzimidazole-based polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell: Effect of temperature
Pages 190-194
Justo Lobato, Pablo Cañizares, Manuel A. Rodrigo, José J. Linares, Ciprian-George Piuleac, Silvia Curteanu

32. Thermodynamic evaluation of hydrogen production for fuel cells by using bio-ethanol steam reforming: Effect of carrier gas addition
Pages 195-199
Liliana Hernández, Viatcheslav Kafarov

 

Fuel Cells: Engineering

33. A 2D transient numerical model combining heat/mass transport effects in a tubular solid oxide fuel cell
Pages 200-207
Y. Mollayi Barzi, M. Ghassemi, M.H. Hamedi

34. Dynamic modeling of a three-stage low-temperature ethanol reformer for fuel cell application
Pages 208-215
Vanesa M. García, Eduardo López, Maria Serra, Jordi Llorca

35. Model-based fault diagnosis in PEM fuel cell systems
Pages 216-223
T. Escobet, D. Feroldi, S. de Lira, V. Puig, J. Quevedo, J. Riera, M. Serra

 

Fuel Cells: Fuel Processing

36. Separation and storage of hydrogen by steam-iron process: Effect of added metals upon hydrogen release and solid stability
Pages 224-229
E. Lorente, J.A. Peña, J. Herguido

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