Willem J. Quadakkers spends much of his time researching Metallurgy, Oxide, Alloy, Corrosion and Chromia. His Metallurgy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Solid oxide fuel cell, Coating and Atmospheric temperature range. His Oxide research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ceramic, Metal, Analytical chemistry, Chromium and Diffusion.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Inorganic chemistry and Niobium in addition to Alloy. His Corrosion research incorporates elements of Secondary ion mass spectrometry, Cracking and Scaling. His Chromia study combines topics in areas such as Iron based, Oxide dispersion-strengthened alloy, Oxidation resistance and Thin walled.
His main research concerns Metallurgy, Alloy, Oxide, Chromium and Chromia. His Metallurgy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Layer and Coating. In his study, Cobalt is strongly linked to Nickel, which falls under the umbrella field of Alloy.
His work in Oxide addresses subjects such as Grain boundary, which are connected to disciplines such as Grain size. The Chromium study which covers Interconnector that intersects with Thermal expansion. His work deals with themes such as Growth rate and Isothermal process, which intersect with Chromia.
Metallurgy, Alloy, Oxide, Chromia and Superalloy are his primary areas of study. In his research, Aluminide is intimately related to Coating, which falls under the overarching field of Metallurgy. His Alloy research includes themes of Metal, Aluminium, Nickel and Dissolution.
His Mixed oxide study in the realm of Oxide interacts with subjects such as Storage material. The various areas that Willem J. Quadakkers examines in his Chromia study include Nanoscopic scale, Austenite, Isothermal process, Atmospheric temperature range and Internal oxidation. His research in Chromium intersects with topics in Precipitation, Laves phase, Intermetallic, Niobium and Creep.
His primary scientific interests are in Metallurgy, Alloy, Oxide, Thermal barrier coating and Chromia. He works mostly in the field of Metallurgy, limiting it down to topics relating to Precipitation and, in certain cases, Microstructure, as a part of the same area of interest. His research on Alloy frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Carbide.
His studies deal with areas such as Particle size, Solution precursor plasma spray, Corrosion and Isothermal process as well as Oxide. His Thermal barrier coating research incorporates elements of Surface finish, Failure mechanism and Thermal spraying. His Chromium research incorporates themes from Intermetallic, Solid oxide fuel cell and Dissolution.
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Metallic interconnectors for solid oxide fuel cells – a review
W.J. Quadakkers;J. Piron-Abellan;V. Shemet;L. Singheiser.
Materials at High Temperatures (2003)
Fundamentals of TiAl oxidation: a critical review
A. Rahmel;M. Schütze;W. J. Quadakkers.
Materials and Corrosion-werkstoffe Und Korrosion (1995)
Reduction of chromium vaporization from SOFC interconnectors by highly effective coatings
Michael Stanislowski;Jan Froitzheim;Leszek Niewolak;Willem J. Quadakkers.
Journal of Power Sources (2007)
Enhanced oxidation of the 9%Cr steel P91 in water vapour containing environments
J. Ehlers;D.J. Young;E.J. Smaardijk;A.K. Tyagi.
Corrosion Science (2006)
Differences in growth mechanisms of oxide scales formed on ODS and conventional wrought alloys
W. J. Quadakkers;H. Holzbrecher;K. G. Briefs;H. Beske.
Oxidation of Metals (1989)
Development of high strength ferritic steel for interconnect application in SOFCs
Jan Froitzheim;Gerald Meier;Leszek Niewolak;Phil Ennis.
Journal of Power Sources (2008)
The Effect of Water Vapor on Selective Oxidation of Fe-Cr Alloys
E. Essuman;G. H. Meier;J. Żurek;M. Hänsel.
Oxidation of Metals (2008)
Compatibility of perovskite contact layers between cathode and metallic interconnector plates of SOFCs
W.J. Quadakkers;H. Greiner;M. Hänsel;A. Pattanaik.
Solid State Ionics (1996)
Composition and growth mechanisms of alumina scales on FeCrAl-based alloys determined by SNMS
W.J. Quadakkers;A. Elschner;W. Speier;H. Nickel.
Applied Surface Science (1991)
Anomalous temperature dependence of oxidation kinetics during steam oxidation of ferritic steels in the temperature range 550–650 °C
J Żurek;E Wessel;L Niewolak;F Schmitz.
Corrosion Science (2004)
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