nanoHUB-U: Introduction to the Materials Science of Rechargeable Batteries

nanoHUB-U: Introduction to the Materials Science of Rechargeable Batteries

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  • Lecture 5.2: The Reaction Zone Model 1. Lecture 5.2: The Reaction Zone… 0
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  • Untitled: Slide 2 2. Untitled: Slide 2 49.649649649649653
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  • Newman's Reaction Zone Model 3. Newman's Reaction Zone Model 247.91458124791458
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  • Equivalent Circuit 4. Equivalent Circuit 415.281948615282
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  • Moving Boundary Concept 5. Moving Boundary Concept 499.26593259926597
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  • The Reaction Zone and Utilized Charge 6. The Reaction Zone and Utilized… 555.45545545545542
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  • The Voltage of the Battery 7. The Voltage of the Battery 742.34234234234236
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  • Results for 8. Results for "Ideal" LiMn2O4 965.3987320653988
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  • How does it compare to the experiment? 9. How does it compare to the exp… 1088.5885885885887
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  • Three Optimization Restrictions 10. Three Optimization Restriction… 1144.2776109442777
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  • Complete Charge Utilization Limit 11. Complete Charge Utilization Li… 1238.6052719386053
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  • Optimal Thickness and Porosity 12. Optimal Thickness and Porosity 1375.4754754754756
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  • Optimal values 13. Optimal values 1484.7180513847181
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  • Cut-Off Voltage Limit 14. Cut-Off Voltage Limit 1637.1037704371038
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  • Optimal Thickness and Porosity 15. Optimal Thickness and Porosity 1680.613947280614
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  • Revised Optimal Values 16. Revised Optimal Values 1739.8732065398733
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  • Summary of Assumptions 17. Summary of Assumptions 1782.6826826826828
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L5.2: Battery Architectures and Design Guidelines: The Reaction Zone Model

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