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Temperature Effect on Assembly of Multifunctional Energy Storage Composite Structural Li-Ion Batteries


Title: Temperature Effect on Assembly of Multifunctional Energy Storage Composite Structural Li-Ion Batteries

Authors: Anthony J Bombik, Sung Yeon Sara Ha, Mohammad F Haider, Amir Nasrollahi, Fu-Kuo Chang

DOI: 10.33599/nasampe/s.21.0484

Abstract: Previous work has proposed and characterized the structural and electrical performance of Multifunctional Energy Storage Composite (MESC) structures: structural elements with embedded lithium-ion batteries which were developed by the Structures and Composite Laboratory (SACL) at Stanford University [1-3]. This work conducts a comprehensive study on the effects of applied temperature in the manufacturing process to maximize yield of mechanically and electrically robust MESC. Several MESC samples were assembled under various controlled environmental temperatures. The samples underwent electrical characterization tests including constant current cycling, Hybrid Pulse Power Characterization (HPPC), and 24-hour Open Circuit Voltage (OCV) retention. Failure limits of the battery separator with respect to temperature were tested, and an MESC manufacturing simulation model was constructed in Abaqus to validate the manufacturing limits. Samples assembled without enough temperature failed due to a lack of structural integrity or hermetic seal. Conversely, samples which underwent high temperatures resulted in high DC impedance. This work sets a standard for the optimal MESC manufacturing temperature window to achieve maximum yield in terms of low resistance, high capacity, low cycle degradation, and high structural strength.

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Conference: SAMPE NEXUS 2021

Publication Date: 2021/06/29

SKU: TP21-0000000484

Pages: 14

Price: FREE

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