Battery Webinar

Heat Flow Management For Batteries During Operation Using Isothermal Microcalorimetry

Thursday, December 9, 2021
10:00 am – 11:00 am CET

The event is held via TEAMS. Participation is free of charge.

Battery technology is an enabling technology for the sustainable society.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Why it is of importance to perform calorimetric measurements on lithium-ion batteries
  • What types of heat generation exist in lithium-ion cells
  • The method with which you can separate the total heat into its parts.
  • Why it is important to look into the heat generation during operation of lithium-ion cells
  • The design and performance of the heat flow measurement on coin cells with the isothermal calorimeter in general
  • Demonstration of the limits and challenges of the current setup has
  • We demonstrate a improved setup to measure coin cells with higher accuracy and dynamic using Isothermal Microcalorimetry
  • Cell experiment are shown that provide input data for battery safety
  • Heat released during fast charging
  • Reduce risk of failure and time to market for new battery technology
  • Increase battery life-time and reduce cost by measuring and reducing the parasitics

We will also provide a practical approach to the most asked questions.

Topics covered:

  • Lithium-ion battery technology (chemistry, cell formats & challenges)
  • Charging and discharging cycles of batteries, accumulators
  • Measurement of heat flows - does the overcharge protection work?
  • Set up of battery application in coin cell format
  • Research new battery materials (not just lithium batteries)
  • Advantages of Isothermal Microcalorimetry
  • Battery Applications in Isothermal Microcalorimetry configurations for different sizes

 

We will have a Q&A session and we are happy to discuss your application challenge in detail.



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About The Speakers

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Christian Ortmann PhD is the application specialist for Microcalorimetry at TA Instruments since 2008. Based in Germany, he recently took the position as Application Team Leader Europe Central (2021). He received his PhD in Animal Physiology at University Düsseldorf dealing with the Asian clam, a well known invader in River systems. In his work he implemented a method to reveal anaerobic capacities of invertebrate metabolism using simultaneous measurements of oxygen consumption and direct calorimetry. Later he worked as Research Associate at the Federal Institute of Hydrology in Koblenz before he was acquired by TA Instruments. Beside leading the application team in Europe Central his key responsibilities are customer support, consulting and training in microcalorimetric applications.



Clara Berg is a PHD student at the chair of Technical Electrochemistry (Hubert Gasteiger, TU Munich) with a background in chemistry. Her research field is the Li-Ion Battery Research: Calorimetric study of next-generation anode and cathode active materials (Aqua-HysKaDi project).



Alexander Kunz is a PhD student at the Institute for Electrical Energy Storage Technology (Andreas Jossen, TUM) with a background in electrical engineering. He works with Clara Berg on the characterization of next-generation active materials for Lithium-ion batteries such as silicon and lithium- and manganese-rich NCM for lithium-ion batteries. A special focus is on the elucidation of hysteresis effects which coincide with a significant heat release.  




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