publication . Other literature type . Article . 2019

Modeling of all-solid-state thin-film Li-ion batteries: Accuracy improvement

Namdar Kazemi; DL Dmitry Danilov; Lucas A. Haverkate; Nancy J. Dudney; Sandeep Unnikrishnan; Peter H. L. Notten;
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  • Published: 01 Jun 2019 Journal: Solid State Ionics, volume 334, pages 111-116 (issn: 01672738, Copyright policy)
  • Country: Netherlands
Thin-film Solid-State Batteries (TFSSB) is one of most promising and quickly developing fields in modern electrochemical energy storage. Modeling these devices is interesting from theoretical and practical point of view. This paper represents a simulation approach for TFSSB which overcome a major drawback of available mathematical models, i.e. decline in accuracy of the models at high current rates. A one-dimensional electrochemical model, including charge transfer kinetics on the electrolyte-electrode interface, diffusion and migration in electrolyte as well as diffusion in intercalation electrode has been developed and the simulation results are compared to ex...
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free text keywords: Charge transfer, Coefficient of performance, Diffusion, Digital storage, Electric discharges, Electrochemical electrodes, Solid electrolytes, Solid state devices, Thin films, Accuracy Improvement, Charge transfer kinetics, Diffusion and migration, Electrochemical energy storage, Electrochemical modeling, Electrode interface, Intercalation electrodes, Simulation approach, Thin film lithium ion batteries, General Materials Science, General Chemistry, Condensed Matter Physics, thin-film battery, modeling, accuracy, Chemistry(all), Materials Science(all), All-Solid-State Battery; Thin Film; Modeling, Electrode, Fast ion conductor, Fick's laws of diffusion, Electrolyte, Materials science, Cathode, law.invention, law, Mathematical model, Computational physics, Thin film
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