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Researchers combine tomography methods to investigate lithium-ion battery failure modes

Wed, 02/12/2020 - 10:14 -- Paul Crompton

An international team of researchers have used neutron and X-ray tomography to investigate the processes that leads to electrode capacity degradation in lithium batteries. 

Researchers from the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB) and University College London investigated degradation on electrode surfaces during cycling using a combination of the two tomography methods.

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IP company targets Asia after securing 40 electrode patents

Tue, 10/11/2016 - 16:05 -- Xuan Zhong

Intellectual Property licensing and commercialisation company Marathon Patent Group aims to expand its Asia operations after securing 40 electrode patents.

The US firm’s wholly owned subsidiary Traverse Technologies acquired a portfolio of around 40 worldwide patents from CPT IP Holdings, LLC.

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Dreamweaver teams up with Nano-Nouvelle for electrode materials

Mon, 11/24/2014 - 14:09 -- Laura Varriale
Geoff Edwards from Nano-Nouvelle

US lithium separator maker Dreamweaver International (Dreamweaver) has partnered with Australia’s materials developer Nano-Nouvelle for the development of electrode materials.

The collaboration is aimed to support Nano-Nouvelles’ range of electrodes for advanced battery systems.

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Lithium-ion electrode study wins Solid State Electrochemistry Workshop Award

Thu, 08/22/2013 - 15:49 -- Ruth Williams
Solid State Electrochemistry 2013 Award

CD-adapco, a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) focused provider of computer aided engineering (CAE) software, has won the Solid State Electrochemistry Workshop 2013 award for its study of a porous electrode within a lithium-ion battery.

The awards, held at Heidelberg University, are part of a workshop that addresses mathematical modeling and numerical methods in electrochemical systems as well as latest advances in experimental techniques and relevant materials.

The work simulated electrochemical behavior of a porous electrode using a computer aided engineering product called STAR-CCM+. This allows electrochemists to study porous electrodes in a simulated way, to understand and advance the future of designing electrodes.

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