Tag: lithium-air

World first application of LiO (Lithium Air) in a vehicle.

As a demonstration in Andreas Christensen PhD. thesis on the subject “Management of Lithium Air batteries”. The demonstration was done with a Lithium balance BMS prototype, that could manage the LiO battery and make the vehicle run on an electric circuit. Andreas Christensen says: ” It’ a 16 cell Li-air 2P8S configuration of button cells. …

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In situ synchrotron XRD on a capillary Li-O2 battery

In situ studies give an opportunity to explore systems with a minimum of external interference. As Li-air batteries hold the promise for a future battery technology the investigation of the discharge and charge components of the cathode and anode is of importance, as these components may hold the key to making a large capacity rechargeable …

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Battery Activities at DTU Energy Conversion: From fundamental mechanisms to applications

The activities at DTU Energy Conversion span a wide range of different aspects of battery materials and technologies, ranging from the fundamental understanding of mechanisms in novel battery chemistries over in situ characterization of transport and degradation mechanisms to commercial applications and testing of battery modules. Common for the activities is a close integration of …

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Battery research at SDU and IISc, Bangalore, India: Li-ion microbatteries

Li-ion microbatteries may fill a nieche of applications in compact devices, if they can be manufactured on-location in circuits, or in packages with compact dimensions, and with long life expectancies. The methods of fabrications involve depositions of thin films (electrodes and electrolytes), contacting, and packaging. So far, the development of suitable sputter targets for deposition …

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