In-situ Instrumentation And Sensors For Smart Energy Storage Systems
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Grand Ballroom B
17:10 - 17:30
This work demonstrates the development and evaluation of a flexible senor matrix utilising thermistors for distributed in-situ and operando temperature monitoring of lithium-ion cells. The influence of the sensing element on the electrochemical system was proven to be negligible. Furthermore, the flexible sensors were confirmed to be resistant to the mechanical forces imposed during the cell instrumentation procedure and the harsh chemical environment inside Li-ion cells. The sensing methodologies and modification techniques developed in this work can be applied to single cells as well as large scale battery modules and pack systems and integrated within the cell manufacturing process.
Joe Fleming has a MSc degree in Electronic Engineering from the De Montfort University. After graduating, he joined industry for 7 years and then pursued a PhD at the university of Warwick.
He then joined the WMG Electrochemical group, researching methods for in-situ instrumentation of smart energy devices. Currently working as the Lead Engineer at WMG as part of the prosperity partnership.
University of Warwick is one of the UK's leading research institutions, consistently within the top ten in UK University League Tables. WMG is a department of the University of Warwick and one of the founding members of the High Value Manufacturing Catapult. We focus on applied research and technology transfer, to assist companies take novel ideas to commercial success. Our research is focused on low-emissions mobility, within Transport Electrification, Intelligent Vehicles and Materials and Manufacture, all underpinned by a broad range of capabilities in digital technology, supply chain operations and innovative business models.