チュートリアル* 


6月24日の月曜日に行われるAdvanced Automotive Battery Conferenceのチュートリアルは、受講者と講師が双方向でやり取りしながら、特定のトピックに関する詳細な情報を収集することができるよう考えられているセッションです。チュートリアルのテーマは、この分野での経験が浅い受講者向けの基礎的なものから、時間的な制約によりメインカンファレンス (25日から27日まで) のプログラムで取り上げることのできない技術的な側面に関するものまで多岐にわたります。講師は、企業や大学に所属する専門家であり、個々の専門分野の権威や教員としての経験を有する方が大半です。

6月24日(月)
8:00 - 10:00 am

TUT1: The Rechargeable Battery Market: Value Chain and Main Trends 2018-2028
( チュートリアル1:充電池市場:2018年~2028年のバリューチェーンと主なトレンド )

Instructor: Christophe Pillot, PhD, Battery Survey Manager, Avicenne Energy, France

This tutorial will present the 10-year automotive market forecasts from Avicenne and other analysts (Micro|Hybrid|P-HEV|EV). Other coverage will include Car makers’ strategies, Advanced Energy Storage (Advanced lead acid|Supercap|NiMH|LIB). Additionally, LIB design for P-HEV & EV markets (Cylindrical, prismatic, pouch|Wounded, stacked, Z fold cells) and LIB cell, module & pack cost structure 2018-2028 will be discussed.

TUT2: Computation-Guided Design of Solid Electrolyte Materials and Interfaces in All-Solid-State Li-Ion Batteries
( チュートリアル2:完全固体リチウムイオン電池の固体電解質材料とインタフェースのコンピュータ支援設計 )

In this presentation, I will demonstrate the state-of-the-art first principles computation in designing novel solid electrolyte materials with enhanced ionic conductivity and stability. Our computation will confirm the degradation at solid electrolyte-electrode interfaces and demonstrate its critical effects on the high interfacial resistance and poor cyclability in all-solid-state Li-ion batteries. Based on the insights from predictive first principles computation, general guidelines will be proposed to design solid electrolyte and the interfaces for enabling high performance all-solid-state Li-ion batteries.

TUT3: Improving the Energy Density of Batteries with Silicon-Based Anodes
( チュートリアル3:シリコンベースのアノードによる電池のエネルギー密度改善 )

Instructor: Dee Strand, PhD, CSO, Wildcat Discovery Technologies

This tutorial gives an overview on the benefits and challenges of using silicon-based anodes to improve the energy density of lithium-ion batteries. Topics will include the key challenges in use of silicon-based anodes as well as progress in implementation of silicon and what can we expect in the future, and the latest improvements in other battery components required to maximize the benefit of silicon-based anodes.

TUT4: Battery Safety and Abuse Tolerance Validation
( チュートリアル4:電池の安全性と耐誤用性の検証 )

Instructor: Shmuel De-Leon, CEO, Shmuel De-Leon Energy, Ltd.

Batteries have become daily use components for many applications. New growing segments like EV and Grid storage batteries extend the traditional ordinary battery applications. In the race for energy density, we shouldn’t forget the safety – as an example, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 battery safety case. Unfortunately, we face daily safety events with injuries and severe damage. The tutorial focuses on portable, stationary and automotive battery safety along the battery cycle life (acceptance, testing, assembly, use, transportation and disposal). The training incorporates Shmuel De-Leon’s and other experiences on battery safety representing over 26 years of work in the field. The motivation behind the training is to provide attendees with the knowledge needed to safely handle the batteries in their organizations and to support reduction in safety events.

10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

TUT5: Managing and Understanding the Risks of Li-Ion Battery Safety
( チュートリアル5:リチウムイオン電池の安全性に関するリスクの管理と把握 )

Instructor: Brian Barnett, PhD, President, Battery Perspectives LLC

A wide variety of stresses and abuses of Li-ion cells can result in safety events involving significant, even violent energy release and thermal runaway. This tutorial provides a framework for a better understanding of how these events occur, how lithium-ion batteries respond to various stresses/abuses, how various stresses can lead to thermal runaway and why these stresses produce challenges to assessment of safety characteristics of Li-ion cells. For major types of stress/abuse, a flow chart identifying key process steps and characteristics of cell response helps provide important insights regarding similarities and differences of various types of safety-related failures. A systematic understanding of similarities and differences of most types of stresses helps provide perspective regarding management of Li-ion battery safety as well as appropriate safety testing.

TUT6: Materials for Next Generation Batteries
( チュートリアル6:次世代の電池に対応する材料 )

Instructor: George Crabtree, PhD, Director, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR), Argonne National Laboratory & Distinguished Professor of Physics, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, University of Illinois at Chicago

This tutorial will cover the materials and performance challenges for next generation batteries for electric vehicles and the electricity grid. The needs and use cases for storage in these two applications will be analyzed, and the possibilities of advanced lithium-ion, lithium-sulfur and multivalent batteries for vehicles will be presented. Lithium and magnesium anodes, wide electrochemical window electrolytes and high voltage cathodes will receive special attention. New discovery approaches based on materials simulation and statistical learning will be discussed.

TUT7: Battery Pack Engineering for xEVs
( チュートリアル7:xEVに対応する電池パックの設計 )

Instructor: Kevin Konecky, Energy Storage Systems Consultant, Total Battery Consulting

This tutorial will give an overview of battery systems design. An overall product development process will be discussed for a typical system. Design aspects of each individual subsystem will be explored with cost impacts of different design choices. Testing, validation and designing for safety will be other key areas of discussion.

TUT8: xEV Lithium-Ion Recycling Methods
( チュートリアル8:xEVで使用されるリチウムイオン電池のリサイクル方法 )

Instructors: Steven E. Sloop, President, OnTo Technology LLC

Michael Slater, PhD, Senior Scientist, Farasis Energy, Inc.

Additional Instructors to be Announced

Lithium-ion batteries provide power for a range of electric vehicles (EVs). By 2025, the industry is expected to grow to $98 billion worldwide with a related recycling industrial market as high as $14 billion. Large scale adoption of EV with lithium-ion is tied to low cost material drivers such as $10/kg cathode; can recycling achieve such a goal? A supportive recycling industry will be expected to (1) operate with end-of-life batteries as an asset (2) produce cost-competitive electrodes or electrode precursor materials, and (3) safely address large scale throughputs. This recycling methods tutorial and panel includes pyrometallurgy, hydrometallurgy, and mechanical/direct technical approaches. The panelists will discuss them in light of cost goals and market realities.

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