Thermo-Electrochemical In-Situ Instrumentation For Smart Energy Storage

Dr Tazdin Amietszajew, Assistant Professor
Coventry University
United Kingdom
 

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Presentation Summary

In this presentation we show how higher reliability, shorter charging times and early fault detection can be achieved with the use of smart instrumented Li-ion cells, enabling significant advances in the battery technology.
We find that the cell core temperature is consistently and significantly higher than the surface temperature, and reveal a breach of safety limits during a rapid discharge test. We show how to use such data for cell optimisation and thermal-profiles construction for further analysis. Finally we demonstrate how an efficient power mapping enabled with our technology led to a five-fold decrease in charging time of a commercial automotive grade Li-ion cell, without compromising the cell's thermal stability.

Speaker Biography (Tazdin Amietszajew)

Dr Tazdin Amietszajew is a published academic working at the Institute for Future Transport and Cities, Coventry University. His work on Li-ion battery systems diagnostics has been acknowledged by both academic world and international engineering media. Currently he works on developing smart Li-ion cells to deepen our understanding of these convoluted systems.

Company Profile (Coventry University)

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Coventry University is a highest ranking modern university in the UK. Institute for Future Transport and Cities is one of the UK's leading research institutions, focused on creating safe and sustainable transport solutions fit for the cities of the future. We focus on applied research and technology transfer, to assist companies in taking novel ideas to commercial success. Our work covers automotive, aerospace, maritime and rail transport modes and allows us to take the lead in cross cutting research developing new forms of transport, new forms of manufacturing and new forms of information provision and security.
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