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Engineering development of lithium/metal sulfide battery technology for vehicle propulsion
Argonne National Laboratory. Chemical Engineering Division
by Dept. of Energy, [Office of Energy Research], Argonne National Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Argonne, Ill, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||by D. L. Barney ... [et al.], Chemical Engineering Division, Argonne National Laboratory ; prepared for the U.S. Department of Energy under contract W-31-109-Eng-38|
|Series||ANL ; 79-1|
|Contributions||Barney, Duane L|
|The Physical Object|
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[Duane L Barney; Argonne National Laboratory. Chemical Engineering Division.] -- Report, October September INTRODUCTION The lithium/metal sulfide (Li/MSx) battery program at ANL has the dual objective of developing rechargeable batteries for use as power sources for electric vehicles and as stationary energy-storage (SES) devices for load- leveling on electric utility : Duane L.
Barney, A. Chilenskas, W. DeLuca, E. Hayes, F. Hornstra, M. Farahat, J. The research, development, and management activities done in preparation for in vehicle testing of engineering scale lithium/metal sulfide batteries are described. The equipment needed to evaluate the performance of this battery is described.
Testing of this equipment is discussed. A portable charger/equalizer that has the capability of charging up to six lithium/metal sulfide cells is Author: D.
Barney, A. Chilenskas, W. Deluca, E. Hayes, F. Hornstra, M. Farahat, J. Graa. Argonne National Laboratory is developing lithium/metal sulfide batteries for powering electric vehicles and for stationary energy applications, such as electric utility load leveling and storage of energy for photoelectric units.
A description of the development work for the electric vehicle battery is timely because we are about to begin testing a 40 kW-hr battery in an electric by: 1. The use of high temperature lithium cells for electric vehicle applications has been under development since the s.
Advances in the development of lithium alloy–metal sulfide batteries. Because sulfur is not conductive, a current collection network of Cited by: 1. Abstract High-temperature rechargeable batteries are under development for electric-vehicle propulsion and for stationary energy-storage applications.
These cells utilize a molten salt electrolyte such as LiCl-KC1 eutectic (mp, °C), negative electrodes of either Li-Si or Li-Al alloy, and positive electrodes of either FeS or FeS 2. The relationships between the intrinsic properties of metal oxide/sulfide hosts and electrochemical performances of Li–S batteries are discussed.
Nanostructured metal oxides/sulfides hosts used in solid sulfur cathodes, separators/interlayers, lithium‐metal‐anode protection, and lithium polysulfides batteries are discussed respectively.
Duoba's 5 research works with 7 citations and 40 reads, including: Development of prototype sealed bipolar lithium/sulfide cells.
Lithium sulfur battery is one of promising candidates for next-generation energy storage device due to the sulfur cathode material with low cost and nontoxicity, and super high theoretical energy density (nearly Wh kg −1) [63–65].As shown in Fig.
10, the cell is composed mainly of a lithium anode, a sulfur cathode and an organic electrolyte, where multi-electron transfer reaction for. Licerion battery technology offers the safety and dependability for auxiliary power requirements in aviation and land-based applications.
Propulsion Systems With over Wh/kg, Licerion technology exceeds most manufacturers’ expectations without compromising safety or battery weight. A Brief Review of Current Lithium Ion Battery Technology and Potential Solid State Battery Technologies The primary driver behind the commercialization of solid state batteries (SSBs) is to enable the use of lithium metal as the anode, as opposed to the currently used carbon anode, which would result in ~20% Tesla is using state of the.
metal batteries based on solid- state electrolytes with enhanced safety will be commercialized in the next decade. Recently, lithium- air and lithium- sulfur batteries regain. Conference: Design and testing of lithium/iron sulfide batteries for electric vehicle propulsion.
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Lithium-ion Battery Materials and Engineering: Current Topics and Problems from the Manufacturing Perspective (Green Energy and Technology). An MIT team has devised a lithium metal anode that could improve the longevity and energy density of future batteries.
February 3, ; Powering the planet. Fikile Brushett and his team are designing electrochemical technology to secure the planet’s energy future. New design could greatly extend the shelf life of single-use metal-air. NASICON-type solid electrolytes with excellent stability in moisture are promising in all-solid-state batteries and redox flow batteries.
However, NASIOCN LiZr 2 (PO 4) 3 (LZP), which is more stable with lithium metal than the commercial Li Al Ti (PO 4) 3, exhibits a low Li-ion conductivity of 10 −6 S cm −1 because the fast conducting rhombohedral phase only exists above 50 °C.
Lithium batteries are electrochemical devices that are widely used as power sources. This history of their development focuses on the original development of lithium-ion batteries. In particular, we highlight the contributions of Professor Michel Armand related to the electrodes and electrolytes for lithium-ion batteries.
Apart from vehicle cost, most propulsion system development work will be on battery systems. Significant improvements in lithium ion technology have been achieved and these batteries are being installed in several EVs and PHEVs.
More of the PHEVs and EVs based on lithium ion battery will be available from various automakers in the nearby future. electrochemical reaction between lithium metal and elemental sulfur. When fully utilized, its energy density could reach times that of currently marketed lithium ion batteries.
This thesis describes the work focused on the development of cathode materials for high-energy lithium-sulfur batteries. Highlights for of Argonne National Laboratory's program on the development of lithium/metal sulfide batteries are presented. Intended applications are electric-vehicle propulsion and stationary-energy-storage applications such as load-leveling.
Alice Robba (French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA), Innovation Laboratory for the Technologies of New Energies and Nanomaterials (LITEN), France) gave an interesting talk about Li 2 S particle size influence on the first charge working mechanism of lithium sulfide (Li 2 S) based Li-ion batteries.
In order to overcome the safety issue with the use of Li metal in a LiS.Steuenberg, R. K.: Lithium-Aluminum/Metal Sulfide Batteries, AIAA Paper No. in AIAA Future of Aerospace Power Systems Conference, March Nelson, P.; et al.: Development of Lithium/Metal Sulfide Batteries at ANL, Summary Repo-t forANL, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, Illinois.
For these reasons, much near-term solid-state battery development focuses on polymer electrolytes, and more fundamental materials and process development toward sulfide-based electrolytes. Solutions A major European alliance is launching an ambitious program of research, development and industrialization for new generations of batteries.