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- The capacity and resistance differences of cells amplify the inhomogeneity at a system level and results in accelerated aging and degradation.
- For the module design, where many cells are in parallel, the BMS typically does not have access to individual cell currents and temperatures.
- We aim to predict current, state of health and temperature of each cell in the module (or pack) via modelling the interaction between cell and busbar and weld quality.
Yaxing is a Faraday Institution Research Fellow at the University of Warwick, working on the Multi Scale Modelling project. His research interests are on mathematical modelling and control system design with a particular focus on sustainable energy and electric vehicles.
- The synthesis and optimisation of Ni-rich cathode materials are of interest as they have a higher energy density and limit the cobalt content However, higher Ni content is detrimental to the bulk and surface stability of material, resulting in structural breakdown and rapid capacity fade.
- Previous studies indicate use of additives can act to stabilise the 003 lattice space, thus improving battery performance.
- Optimised manufacturing methods can reduce the economic and environmental impact of this process.
Ethan Williams is a PhD researcher at the University of Birmingham investigating the bulk and surface stabilization of high voltage cathode materials for Li ion batteries, with particular interest in Ni rich materials . He is working on WP3 of the CATMAT project, focusing on materials synthesis and electrode manufacture. He obtained an MChem from Durham University in Chemistry with an industrial placement at CPI working on electrode slurry optimization for Li ion cathodes.
- Emerging battery technology – promising cost, safety, sustainability, and performance advantages over current commercialised lithium-ion batteries1,2.
- widely available
- inexpensive raw materials
- rapidly scalable technology
- meeting global demand for carbon-neutral energy storage solutions3,4.
- Adding metals would increase the overall energy density, but results in volumetric changes leading to failure.
Giar Alsofi is a PhD researcher at The University of Birmingham. Interested in anodes of Sodium-ion Batteries, aspiring to understand the volumetric expansions and capacity fading of anodes.
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