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These surface areas of reaction interfaces and the gap volume of stream paths were calculated geometrically for the dendrite lattice with 4, 6 and 8 coordination numbers. 16 in coordination number and aspect ratio can be considered to exhibit the higher reaction efficiencies and gas transmittances according to Nernst equation. In the optimized dendrite structure, the diameter and length of YSZ rods were decided 92 and 107 um, respectively. The lattice constant was 250um. The graphic data was converted into a stereolithographic equipment (D-MEC: SI-C1000, Japan).
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Advances in Materials Science for Environmental and Energy Technologies: Ceramic Transactions, Volume 236 by Tatsuki Ohji, Mrityunjay Singh, Elizabeth Hoffman, Matthew Seabaugh, Gary Yang