Special Issue "Thermal Properties of Materials, Cells and Batteries"
A special issue of Batteries (ISSN 2313-0105).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2017
Dr. Carlos Ziebert
Head of Battery Calorimeter Laboratory, Thermophysics and Thermodynamics Group, Institute for Applied Materials-Applied Materials Physics (IAM-AWP), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1, 76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany
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Interests: lithium-ion batteries; battery calorimetry; thermal characterization of materials/cells/batteries; safety and thermal management; multiscale electric, electrochemical and thermal modeling of cells and batteries
The thermal behaviour of (post) lithium-ion batteries and their active materials depend on a large variety of internal and environmental physicochemical parameters, which are still not deeply understood. Additionally, the specific materials’ design and, especially, the use of nanoscale materials influences heat generation and heat dissipation during operation of the electrochemical cells. Therefore, thermal characterization of the cells, batteries and their individual active and passive materials is required, in combination with multiscale electrical electrochemical, thermal and thermodynamic modelling, to obtain quantitative and reliable thermal and thermodynamic data.
This Special Issue addresses all techniques that are needed for such a holistic approach from the materials to the battery level. I want to invite you to publish your original research paper or a review paper in this Special Issue.
Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
- Thermal characterization techniques (DSC, DTA, TG, drop solution calorimetry, battery calorimetry, laser flash, hot-plate, thermography, etc.) for materials, cells and batteries
- Studies on different modes of heat generation
- Studies on the influence of nanoscale materials on the thermal properties
- Development of safer materials and cell designs for thermal runaway prevention
- Studies on the influence of ageing phenomena on thermal properties
- Thermodynamic Modelling (CALPHAD, kinetic modelling) and database generation
- Multiscale electric, electrochemical and thermal modelling of batteries
- Using thermal and thermodynamic data in battery management systems (BMS) and thermal management systems (TMS)
Share your results to get a deeper understanding of the processes that lead to heat generation in cells and batteries, both under normal use and abuse conditions. This will be an important milestone to increase their safety and to fully use their potential, because the thermal data can be used as input data for battery and thermal management systems.
Dr. Carlos Ziebert
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- thermal characterization
- active and passive materials
- heat generation and dissipation
- battery calorimetry
- battery management systems
- thermal management systems
- multiscale electric, electrochemical and thermal modelling
- thermodynamic modelling