A rigorous physics-based mathematical model for a solid oxide iron-air redox flow battery system is presented in this paper. The modeled flow battery system combines a Fe-FeO redox couple as the energy storage unit and a regenerative solid oxide fuel cell as the electrical functioning unit in a 2D axial symmetric geometry. This model was developed from fundamental theories of reaction engineering in which basic transport phenomena and chemical/electrochemical kinetics are included. The model shows good agreement with the experimental data. Simulation results for the chemical, electrochemical and transport behavior of the battery are discussed.
Published in Journal of The Electrochemical Society, Volume 160, Issue 11, 2013, pages A2085-A2092.
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• Guo, M., Zhao, X., White, R. E., & Huang, K. (August 22, 2013). A Multi-Physics Model for Solid Oxide Iron-Air Redox Flow Battery: Simulation of Discharge Behavior at High Current Density. Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 160 (11), A2085 - A2092. http://dx.doi.org/10.1149/2.062311jes