Agenda of the joint Workshop "Manufacturing success: cost down and quality up"
The agenda of the joint workshop co-organized by qSOFC and Cell3Ditor FCH-JU funded projects can be found in the following link.
Paper on the synthesis 2D-Ni(Co/Fe) hydroxides by Continuous hydrothermal flow synthesis (CHFS) published at the Journal: Reaction Chemistry & Engineering (open access)
The paper entitled “Impact of cation redox chemistry on continuous hydrothermal synthesis of 2D-Ni(Co/Fe) hydroxides” has been published in open access at the Journal: reaction Chemistry & Engineering of the RSC (2019) by our partners at DTU. Here you have the link to the article.
Paper on inkjet printing of NiO-YSZ nanocomposites from colloidal suspensions directly synthesized by CHS published at Journal of the European Ceramics Society (open access)
The paper entitled “Printing of NiO-YSZ nanocomposites: From continuous synthesis to inkjet deposition” has been published in open access at the Journal of the European Ceramics Society (2018) by our partners at DTU. Here you have the link to the article https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jeurceramsoc.2018.12.030.
Online version of Cell3Ditor brochure
Online version of the brochure for the Cell3Ditor project.
Progress of the Cell3Ditor project featured recently at Fuel Cells Bulletin (Elsevier)
Progress of the Cell3Ditor project towards 3D printing of SOFC stacks. Fuel Cells Bulletin Volume 2018, Issue 7, July 2018, Pages 14-15.
Paper on inkjet printing of YSZ from colloidal suspensions directly synthesized by CHS published at Journal of the European Ceramics Society (open access)
The paper entitled “Zirconia nano-colloids transfer from continuous hydrothermal synthesis to inkjet printing” has been published in open access at the Journal of the European Ceramics Society (Journal of the European Ceramic Society (2017), https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jeurceramsoc.2017.11.035).
Paper on hybrid SLA-inkjet printing of YSZ for SOFC published at Materials Letters (open access)
The paper has been published in the journal Matterials Letters from the prestigious Elsevier Editorial (Materials Letters 215, 2018, 214-217).
Paper on inkjet printing of YSZ for SOFC published at Journal of Materials Chemistry C (open access)
The paper has been published in the prestigious journal Journal of Materials Chemistry C from the Royal Society of Chemistry (J. Mater. Chem. C, 2017, DOI: 10.1039/C7TC01879G).
Review on 3D printing of ceramics for energy published at Energy and Environmental Science (open access)
The paper has been published in the prestigious journal Energy and Environmental Science from the Royal Society of Chemistry (Energy Environ. Sci., 2017, 10, 846).
Cell3Ditor at "Impresión 3D" professional magazine
The Cell3Ditor project and activities were published in the professional magazine “Impresión 3D”.
You can access to the online flipbook version (page 72-74):
Free copies of this issue of the magazine will be distributed in paper format in the next edition of ADDIT3D in Bilbao, Spain. ADDIT3D is an International Exhibition of Additive and 3D Manufacturing.
Cell3Ditor reports on its activities at Interempresas
Our Cell3Ditor project reported its first year activities in an article for the professional journal Interempresas, considered the most important internet journal for industry in Spanish (with more than 1 million visitors per month). The paper will be published in the printed journal "Impresión 3D" in the issue of May 2017.
The article (in Spanish) covers the general goal of the project and the activities in an article entitled "Cell3Ditor: fabricación de una pila de combustible cerámica de alta temperatura mediante impresión 3D multimaterial".
You can find the document here online and attached below.
The Cell3Ditor project was featured in Fuel Cells Bulletin (Elsevier).
Cell3Ditor project on 3D printing tech for SOFC stacks. Fuel Cells Bulletin Volume 2016, Issue 10, October 2016, Pages 12.
Presentation of the Cell3Ditor project
Power point with the most important features of the project.
Poster of the Cell3Ditor project
Poster with the most important features of the project.
Brochure of the Cell3Ditor project
Brochure with the most important features of the project.
D1.1 - Overall Project Concept and Initial Technical Specifications
The Cell3ditor project aims at developing 3D printing for mass production of monolithic SOFC stacks reducing manufacturing complexity and increasing cost effectiveness. This deliverable defines the initial specification for stack design and materials, as well as for the printing process and the characterisation of intermediate and final pieces produced.
A multi material 3D printer will be developed to enable the production of a whole SOFC stack in a single manufacturing step. State of the art materials will be used and inks and slurries will be optimised for printing to reach the required thicknesses, gas tightness, porosity and reactivity of the respective layers. Samples of intermediate production steps will be thoroughly characterised throughout the project to assure optimal performance. 3D printing of SOFC allows for greater flexibility in stack design. Therefore a CFD model will be developed to explore optimal stack configuration.
A table at the end of the deliverable summarises the initial specifications for the stack and each intermediate step.
D.7.2. Public presentation of the project
A presentation, poster and brochure outlining the objectives, work packages and strategies of the project
were produced. These documents will be updated throughout the project to include the progress made and
the results obtained.
D7.3- Dissemination and Exploitation Strategy to be conducted during the project
The present deliverable describes the exploitation strategy and dissemination action plan to be conducted during the Cell3Ditor project. The document contains: i) the different channels of dissemination for different audiences (general, scientific and industrial, policy makers); ii) the different channels and
strategies for the exploitation of the project results and iii) an extended description of the business plan.
The key guidelines for individual as well as collective dissemination and exploitation activities for the purpose of building a profitable Plan of Use and Dissemination of Foreground (PUDF) is given in this document (the final PUDF document will be generated for D7.6). An extended version of the business plan
is presented including different action lines for intermediate products of the project.