Simulation for the manufacturing process of all solid-state battery

Performance prediction of powder molded products based on multiscale technology

Date: June 27, 2024

Timetable: 10:00-11:00 a.m. CET time

Speaker/s: Koji Yamamoto, Francesco Lori

Language: English

All-Solid-State batteries are known to be safe products because they do not use flammable solvents. The main components are a solid state electrolytes and an active materials. Each material must achieve a well aligned microstructure to obtain high quality performance.

To this end, the technology for handling powder is important that is a manufacturing process involving mixing, filling, and compacting and so on.

In this presentation, we will introduce analysis technology for a series of these manufacturing processes by linking DEM and FEM, and also simulation technique for performance prediction based on multiscale analysis.

Topic Area

  • Powder materials,
  • Battery,
  • Mixing,
  • Filling,
  • Compaction,
  • FEM,
  • DEM,
  • Multiscale

Registration Procedure

This event is free of charge: registration is required to attend.

It uses a web platform that does not require local software installation. You can join the session via: Mac, PC, or any mobile device.

Registered participants will receive the link and credentials to participate at the email address provided during registration.

You can ask questions and participate in the discussion via the chat function in the web platform.



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