Maria Nikumaa

Temporary extension at Chalmers, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Energy and Material, Environmental Inorganic Chemistry

Maria Nikumaa is a PhD student at Environmental Inorganic Chemistry. Her work deal with stainless steel interconnects for use in solid oxide fuel cells. Especially her work concerns mitigation of high temperature corrosion and chromium evaporation by application of nanocoatings.


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Oxidation of Co- and Ce-nanocoated FeCr steels: A microstructural investigation

Sead Canovic, Jan Froitzheim, Rakshith Nugehalli Sachitanand et al
Surface and Coatings Technology. Vol. 215, p. 62-74
Journal article

Long term study of Cr evaporation and high temperature corrosion behaviour of Co coated ferritic steel for solid oxide fuel cell interconnects

Jan Froitzheim, Sead Canovic, Maria Nikumaa et al
Journal of Power Sources. Vol. 220, p. 217-227
Journal article

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