312 Rechargeable / Secondary Battery Technologies for Energy Storage

Tuesday, November 15, 2016: 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Powell (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
These sessions on ‘Rechargeable / Secondary Battery Technologies for Energy Storage’ are open to including papers on research, development, and/or deployment related to improving rechargeable battery performance. A rechargeable battery (also referred to as a secondary cell, storage battery, and/or accumulator) can be charged, discharged into a load, and recharged many times. Papers of particular interest include those relating to using rechargeable batteries within hybrid energy systems and for mitigating the intermittency of renewables.

Transport and Energy Processes
Electrochemical Fundamentals (01E), Alternative Energy & Enabling Technologies (T4E)

Burcu Gurkan
Email: burcu@case.edu

Corie L. Cobb
Email: Corie.Cobb@parc.com

9:00 AM
(312b) Model-Assisted Development of Microfabricated 3D Ni(OH)2 Electrodes with Rapid Charging Capabilities
Chenpeng Huang, Andac Armutlulu, Sue Ann Bidstrup Allen and Mark G. Allen

10:15 AM
(312e) Conductivity Degradation of Polyvinylidene Fluoride Binder during Cycling: Measurements and Simulations for Lithium-Ion Batteries
Anne M. Grillet, Thomas Humplik, Emily K. Stirrup, Dave A. Barringer, Scott A. Roberts, Chelsea Snyder, Madison R. Janvrin and Christopher A. Apblett
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