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Modeling and simulation of 2D lithium-ion solid state battery
- Modeling and simulation of 2D lithium-ion solid state battery
- Bates, Alex; Mukherjee, Santanu; Schuppert, Nicholas; Son, Byungrak; Kim, Joo Gon; Park, Sam
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- Son, Byungrak
- Issue Date
- International Journal of Energy Research, 39(11), 1505-1518
- Article Type
- 2D Simulation; 2D Simulations; Conductive Materials; Effects of Materials; Electric Batteries; Electric Discharges; Electrochemical Reactions; Heat Flux; Heat Transfer; Ions; Lithium; Lithium-Ion Batteries; Lithium Alloys; Model and Simulation; Positive Electrodes; Simulation Approach; Solid-State Devices; Solid Electrolytes; Solid State Batteries; Solid State Battery (SSB); Time-Dependent Simulation; Time Dependent Simulation
- The goal of the work presented here was to develop a simulation approach for studying the effects of materials and geometry on the performance of Li-ion Solid State Batteries (SSB). Simulation provides the opportunity to explore, with ease, different material properties and cell geometries to optimize a Li-ion SSB's performance. Simulations shown in this paper are time-dependent and consider electrochemical reaction, heat transfer, the diffusion of Li-ions and electrons in the electrolyte, and solid Li diffusion in the positive electrode. A 2D model was simulated and the results shown. The simulations were able to show discharge curves, heat flux, the concentration of Li-ions, electrons, and solid Li at any time in the discharge cycle. © 2015 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
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