2008 - Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (UK)
Nigel P. Brandon mainly investigates Solid oxide fuel cell, Electrode, Oxide, Electrochemistry and Battery. His studies deal with areas such as Chemical engineering and Forensic engineering as well as Solid oxide fuel cell. The various areas that Nigel P. Brandon examines in his Electrode study include Nanotechnology, Nano-, Microstructure, Focused ion beam and Tortuosity.
His Oxide research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Inorganic chemistry, Cathode, Sulfur and Yttria-stabilized zirconia. His study in Battery is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Electric vehicle, Tomography, Steady state and Analytical chemistry. Nigel P. Brandon combines subjects such as Porosity and Hydrogen with his study of Electrolyte.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Solid oxide fuel cell, Chemical engineering, Electrode, Anode and Electrochemistry. His research in Solid oxide fuel cell intersects with topics in Waste management, Oxide, Yttria-stabilized zirconia, Analytical chemistry and Process engineering. His Chemical engineering course of study focuses on Electrolyte and Polymer, Proton exchange membrane fuel cell and Conductivity.
His Electrode research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Porosity, Composite material, Microstructure, Nanotechnology and Focused ion beam. His studies in Anode integrate themes in fields like Metallurgy, Nickel, Cathode, Methane and Carbon. His research ties Inorganic chemistry and Electrochemistry together.
Nigel P. Brandon mostly deals with Chemical engineering, Electrode, Electrochemistry, Composite material and Solid oxide fuel cell. His work carried out in the field of Chemical engineering brings together such families of science as Hydrogen, Oxide, Dielectric spectroscopy, Electrolyte and Vanadium. His Oxide research focuses on Fuel cells and how it connects with Process engineering.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Nanoparticle, Nanotechnology, Cermet, Energy storage and Microstructure. His Electrochemistry research includes elements of Cubic zirconia, Metallurgy and Electrical resistivity and conductivity. His study with Solid oxide fuel cell involves better knowledge in Anode.
Nigel P. Brandon focuses on Electrochemistry, Electrode, Electrolyte, Composite material and Nanotechnology. His work deals with themes such as Metallurgy, Solid oxide fuel cell, Chemical engineering and Flow battery, which intersect with Electrochemistry. Solid oxide fuel cell is a subfield of Anode that Nigel P. Brandon investigates.
The concepts of his Chemical engineering study are interwoven with issues in Sintering, Oxide and Scanning electron microscope. Nigel P. Brandon has included themes like Durability and Microstructure in his Electrode study. His research integrates issues of Inorganic chemistry, Redox, Vanadium and Rheology in his study of Electrolyte.
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Intermediate temperature solid oxide fuel cells
Daniel J. L. Brett;Alan Atkinson;Nigel P. Brandon;Stephen J. Skinner.
Chemical Society Reviews (2008)
Hydrogen and fuel cells: Towards a sustainable energy future
P.P. Edwards;V.L. Kuznetsov;W.I.F. David;N.P. Brandon.
Energy Policy (2008)
Recent Advances in Materials for Fuel Cells
N.P. Brandon;S. Skinner;B.C.H. Steele.
Annual Review of Materials Research (2003)
Anode-supported intermediate temperature direct internal reforming solid oxide fuel cell. I: model-based steady-state performance
P. Aguiar;C.S. Adjiman;N.P. Brandon.
Journal of Power Sources (2004)
Comparative analysis of battery electric, hydrogen fuel cell and hybrid vehicles in a future sustainable road transport system
G.J. Offer;D.A. Howey;M. Contestabile;R. Clague.
Energy Policy (2010)
Electrochemical Characterization of La0.6Sr0.4Co0.2Fe0.8 O 3 Cathodes for Intermediate-Temperature SOFCs
A. Esquirol;N. P. Brandon;J. A. Kilner;M. Mogensen.
Journal of The Electrochemical Society (2004)
Laboratory study of electro-coagulation-flotation for water treatment.
Jia-Qian Jiang;Jia-Qian Jiang;Nigel Graham;Cecile André;Geoff H. Kelsall.
Water Research (2002)
Review of gas diffusion cathodes for alkaline fuel cells
F. Bidault;D.J.L. Brett;P.H. Middleton;N.P. Brandon.
Journal of Power Sources (2009)
Solid oxide fuel cell stack
Frederick James Gardner;Michael John Day;Nigel Peter Brandon;John Barry Brownell.
A review of domestic heat pumps
Iain Staffell;Dan Brett;Nigel Brandon;Adam Hawkes.
Energy and Environmental Science (2012)
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