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MSE 597GM: Introduction to Rechargeable Batteries

By R. Edwin García

Materials Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

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Electrochemical materials and its application to energy storage and conversion devices, such as batteries and fuel cells are a rapidly growing field, particularly for portable technologies and electric and hybrid vehicles. This course will deliver an introduction to the modeling and simulation of rechargeable batteries by starting from basic electrochemistry principles. Applications to currently existing and emerging rechargeable batteries (lithium-ion batteries in particular) will be reviewed. Theoretical and practical aspects of battery operation will be conveyed, while placing an emphasis on the integration of electrochemical principles and materials science for rechargeable battery technology. An introduction of the simulation methods being used by the battery industry will be presented. Current trends and directions of the field of battery technology will also be outlined.

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REG Thanks the partial support of NSF grant CMMI 0856491.

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  • R. Edwin García (2012), "MSE 597GM: Introduction to Rechargeable Batteries," http://nanohub.org/resources/15014.

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1103 Armstrong, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

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Lecture Number/Topic Online Lecture Video Lecture Notes Supplemental Material Suggested Exercises
MSE 597GM Lecture 1: Course Introduction View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 2: Basic Concepts View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 3: Charge Capacity and Voltage View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 4: Losses in Battery Materials View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 5: The Reaction Zone Model I View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 6: The Reaction Zone Model II View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 7: Introduction to VKML View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 8: VKML Tutorial/Python Crash Course View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 9: 2D and 3D Battery Architectures I View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 10: 2D and 3D Battery Architectures II View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 10: 2D and 3D Battery Architectures II View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 10a: 2D and 3D Battery Architectures III View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 11: Conditions for Electrochemical Equilibrium I View Notes
MSE 597GM Projects and Project Guidelines View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 12: Conditions for Electrochemical Equilibrium II View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 13: Diffusion Limitations I View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 14: Diffusion Limitations II View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 15: Diffusion Limitations III View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 16: The Electrode Interface I View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 18: The Electrode Interface III View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 19: The Electrode Interface IV View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 20: Electrolytes, Salts, and Separator Materials View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 21: Transport in Rechargeable Batteries I View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 22: Transport in Rechargeable Batteries II View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 23: Transport in Rechargeable Batteries III View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 24: Transport in Rechargeable Batteries IV View Notes
MSE 597GM Lecture 25: Transport in Rechargeable Batteries V View Notes

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