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Physics based modelling of porous lithium ion battery electrodes—A review

Physics based modelling of porous lithium ion battery electrodes—A review
Physics based modelling of porous lithium ion battery electrodes—A review
Mathematical models have been used extensively to simulate physical and electrochemical processes occurring inside lithium-ion batteries. Physical based models, coupled with experimental validation, have revealed greater scientific understanding of the processes inside the battery. A region of specific interest is the porous electrode. However, the heterogeneous geometry of the porous structure presents practical difficulties in developing suitable models. The present paper is a review of the studies on the physical modelling of lithium ion porous electrodes. Here we review common methods to model the (de)intercalation behaviour of porous Li-ion battery electrodes. Advantages and drawbacks are contrasted to highlight some challenges that suggest directions and priorities for further research in the field.
2352-4847
Le Houx, James, Peter
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Kramer, Denis
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Le Houx, James, Peter
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Kramer, Denis
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Le Houx, James, Peter and Kramer, Denis (2020) Physics based modelling of porous lithium ion battery electrodes—A review. Energy Reports, 6 (5). (doi:10.1016/j.egyr.2020.02.021).

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Mathematical models have been used extensively to simulate physical and electrochemical processes occurring inside lithium-ion batteries. Physical based models, coupled with experimental validation, have revealed greater scientific understanding of the processes inside the battery. A region of specific interest is the porous electrode. However, the heterogeneous geometry of the porous structure presents practical difficulties in developing suitable models. The present paper is a review of the studies on the physical modelling of lithium ion porous electrodes. Here we review common methods to model the (de)intercalation behaviour of porous Li-ion battery electrodes. Advantages and drawbacks are contrasted to highlight some challenges that suggest directions and priorities for further research in the field.

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Published date: 21 May 2020

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Local EPrints ID: 449600
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/449600
ISSN: 2352-4847
PURE UUID: a9d47580-cdcc-46df-8e7d-f439a566acc8

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Date deposited: 08 Jun 2021 16:32
Last modified: 25 Nov 2021 19:40

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Author: James, Peter Le Houx
Author: Denis Kramer

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