Making Li-ion Batteries More Efficient

Making Li-ion Batteries More Efficient

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Description: Battery materials research, Introduction, incl. FP7 “EuroLiion” project, Anode material Silicon, Cathode materials, Atomic Layer Deposition of cathode materials, Electrospraying of electrodes, Rechargeable Batteries, Li-ion batteries composition – high energy cell, Anode materials Silicon.

 
Author: Erik M. Kelder and Peter Notten (Fellow) | Visits: 1600 | Page Views: 3611
Domain:  Green Tech Category: Battery & Fuel Cell Subcategory: Lithium-Ion Battery Technology 
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Contents:
Battery materials research guiding new applications li ti
Erik.M. Kelder and Peter Notten
TU Delft, NanoStructured Material, Delft ChemTech (Prof. Stephen Picken)

019 May 2011 Helmond, The Netherlands

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Acknowledgements
� Prof. Stephen Picken � Prof. Andreas Schmidt-Ott � Dr Jan Marijnissen � David Munao MSc � Jan van Erven MSc � Corrado Locati MSc � Dr. Ugo Lafont � Dr. Lo�c Simonin � Dr Mario Valvo Dr. � Ben Norder NEDUSAEM
019 May 2011 Helmond, The Netherlands
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NEO

Outline
� Introduction, incl. FP7 "EuroLiion" project � What is at stake � Anode material Silicon ode ate a S co � Cathode materials � Atomic Layer Deposition of cathode materials � Electrospraying of electrodes � Conclusions
019 May 2011 Helmond, The Netherlands
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Goal
to make a Li-ion battery that has/is:
� high energy density � light and small � high power density � high power p y g � cheap � may costs "nothing" � safe � does not explode � long life time and cycle life � reliable � recyclable Safebat

EU-FP7

EuroLiion
Grant agreement no.: CP-CP 265368 CP CP
019 May 2011 Helmond, The Netherlands
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EU-FP7 Collaborative Project
unincorporated body of 20 E f European partners t
Gran agreement no.: CPnt -CP 265368

EuroLiion
objectives to develop and integrate research especially d h i ll devoted t t d to Li-batteries by: sharing knowledge sharing equipment and unique skills ensuring sustainability of ALISTORE-ERI (new d ( developments, IP) l t ALISTORE-ERI hosts: Erasmus-Mundus program European Industrial C ub u opea dust a Club

High energy density Li-ion cells for traction Development of a new Li-ion cell for traction purposes with the following characteristics: � An energy de s ty o at least 200 Wh/kg e e gy density of east 00 / g � Low costs: i.e. a maximum 150 /kWh � Meet or exceed safety standards

019 May 2011 Helmond, The Netherlands

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Rechargeable Batteries
EC targets for EVs � 200 Wh/kg g / g

019 May 2011 Helmond, The Netherlands

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composition � hi h energy cell iti high ll

Li-ion batteries

Separator Binder 5% 6% Can+ 8%

Aluminum Rest 1.5% 1% Carbon Copper 1.5% 4%

active components: inactive components:

55% 45%
Cathode 41%

Anode 14% Electrolyte 18%

active components after formation: