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Title: SOFC Microstructures (PFIB-SEM and synthetic) from JPS 2018

This is the microstructural data used in the publication "Mesoscale characterization of local property distributions in hetergeneous electrodes" by Tim Hsu, William K. Epting, Rubayyat Mahbub, et al., published in the Journal of Power Sources in 2018 (DOI 10.1016/j.jpowsour.2018.03.025). Included are a commercial cathode and anode active layer (Materials and Systems Research, Inc., Salt Lake City, UT) imaged by Xe plasma FIB-SEM (FEI, Hillsboro, OR), and four synthetic microstructures of varying particle size distribution widths generated by DREAM3D (BlueQuartz Software, Springboro, OH). For the MSRI electrodes, both the original greyscale and the segmented versions are provided. Each .zip file contains a "stack" of .tif image files in the Z dimension, and an .info ascii text file containing useful information like voxel sizes and phase IDs. More details can be found in the pertinent publication at http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jpowsour.2018.03.025.
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Report Number(s):
631c5151-62de-484c-a7d3-33a83a300f1a
DOE Contract Number:
FE0004000
Product Type:
Dataset
Research Org(s):
National Energy Technology Laboratory - Energy Data eXchange; NETL
Sponsoring Org:
USDOE Office of Fossil Energy (FE)
Subject:
FIB-SEM; SOFC; microstructure
Related Identifiers:
OSTI Identifier:
1425617

Hsu, Tim, Epting, William K, Mahbub, Rubayyat, Nuhfer, Noel T, Bhattacharya, Sudip, Lei, Yinkai, Miller, Herbert M, Ohodnicki, Paul R, Gerdes, Kirk R, Abernathy, Harry W, Hackett, Gregory A, Rollett, Anthony D, Graef, Marc De, Litster, Shawn, and Salvador, Paul A. SOFC Microstructures (PFIB-SEM and synthetic) from JPS 2018. United States: N. p., Web. doi:10.18141/1425617.
Hsu, Tim, Epting, William K, Mahbub, Rubayyat, Nuhfer, Noel T, Bhattacharya, Sudip, Lei, Yinkai, Miller, Herbert M, Ohodnicki, Paul R, Gerdes, Kirk R, Abernathy, Harry W, Hackett, Gregory A, Rollett, Anthony D, Graef, Marc De, Litster, Shawn, & Salvador, Paul A. SOFC Microstructures (PFIB-SEM and synthetic) from JPS 2018. United States. doi:10.18141/1425617.
Hsu, Tim, Epting, William K, Mahbub, Rubayyat, Nuhfer, Noel T, Bhattacharya, Sudip, Lei, Yinkai, Miller, Herbert M, Ohodnicki, Paul R, Gerdes, Kirk R, Abernathy, Harry W, Hackett, Gregory A, Rollett, Anthony D, Graef, Marc De, Litster, Shawn, and Salvador, Paul A. 2018. "SOFC Microstructures (PFIB-SEM and synthetic) from JPS 2018". United States. doi:10.18141/1425617. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/1425617.
@misc{osti_1425617,
title = {SOFC Microstructures (PFIB-SEM and synthetic) from JPS 2018},
author = {Hsu, Tim and Epting, William K and Mahbub, Rubayyat and Nuhfer, Noel T and Bhattacharya, Sudip and Lei, Yinkai and Miller, Herbert M and Ohodnicki, Paul R and Gerdes, Kirk R and Abernathy, Harry W and Hackett, Gregory A and Rollett, Anthony D and Graef, Marc De and Litster, Shawn and Salvador, Paul A},
abstractNote = {This is the microstructural data used in the publication "Mesoscale characterization of local property distributions in hetergeneous electrodes" by Tim Hsu, William K. Epting, Rubayyat Mahbub, et al., published in the Journal of Power Sources in 2018 (DOI 10.1016/j.jpowsour.2018.03.025). Included are a commercial cathode and anode active layer (Materials and Systems Research, Inc., Salt Lake City, UT) imaged by Xe plasma FIB-SEM (FEI, Hillsboro, OR), and four synthetic microstructures of varying particle size distribution widths generated by DREAM3D (BlueQuartz Software, Springboro, OH). For the MSRI electrodes, both the original greyscale and the segmented versions are provided. Each .zip file contains a "stack" of .tif image files in the Z dimension, and an .info ascii text file containing useful information like voxel sizes and phase IDs. More details can be found in the pertinent publication at http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jpowsour.2018.03.025.},
doi = {10.18141/1425617},
year = {2018},
month = {3} }
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