Study of the impact of porosity on coking sensor performance, A

Markus A. Garbiso, Jeffey L. Wheeler & Jason M. Porter
Fuel reforming systems transform hydrocarbon fuels (e.g. gasoline and methane) into synthesis gas (CO and O2). One problem in fuel reforming systems is if the concentration of carbon is too high, solid carbon starts to coat (coking) and damage the catalyst. A solution to prevent coking is a Wheatstone bridge circuit printed onto a ceramic wafer. When coke starts to deposit on Ni/YSZ, a measurable change in voltage occurs. When coking starts to form on...
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