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Practical Battery Design and Control

Practical Battery Design and Control

By (author): Naoki Matsumura
Copyright: 2023
Pages: 281
ISBN: 9781630819750
Coming Soon: Available 02/28/2023
List Price: $139.00

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Practical, covering what real world battery engineers need to know to do their jobs, this is the first book that aligns with the many calculations and considerations that a battery engineer faces daily. Battery technologies play more and more important roles in our life. Not only phones or laptops but also electric vehicles use Li-ion batteries. Together with the growth of the battery market, more battery engineering jobs are demanded worldwide. To be successful in the industry, a wide variety of knowledge is required, ranging from electrochemistry to material science, physical chemistry, machine learning, etc. Covering the basics (battery design, impedance, charging, manufacturing, etc.) and the many questions on alternatives (supercaps, energy harvesting, fuel cells, etc.), and new frontiers (better algorithms, new chemistries like Si anode and Li metal anode, and new AI/ML/DL possibilities) it will help you obtain practical knowledge with intuitive explanations; real battery problem sets and answers. A great resource for a battery engineer to expand their knowledge to broader areas and anyone, including college students

Li-ion Battery Overview and Spec, Battery Terminologies 1.5.3. Battery Charging Spec 1.5.4. Battery Cycle Life and Storage Life Spec 1.6. Problems References Chapter 2 Application of Electrochemistry to Batteries 2.1. Introduction 2 2.2. Battery Voltage Science and Application 2.2.1. Li-ion Battery Voltage 2.2.2. Energy Level Difference 2.2.3. Nernst Equation and Application 2.2.4. Standard Potential of Half Reaction 2.2.5. Li-ion Battery Voltage Science 2.2.6. Voltage of Future Batteries 2.3. Application of Electrochemistry to Battery Design 2.3.1. Faraday’s Law of Electrolysis 2.3.2. Amount of Cathode and Anode Needed 2.4. Problems References Chapter 3 Battery Impedance and Its Impact on Battery Life 3.1. Introduction 3.2. Battery Impedance 3.2.1. Ohm’s Law and IR Drop 3.2.2. Equivalent Circuit Model 3.2.3. Impedance Measurement Method by Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy 3.2.4. AC Impedance and DC Impedance 3.3. Battery Discharging Characteristics 3 3.3.1. Battery Discharging under Various Current Rates 3.3.2. Battery Discharging at Various Temperatures 3.3.3. Impedance Dependency on Cycles 3.4. Usable Battery Capacity 3.5. Problems

  • Naoki Matsumura

    is a Principal Engineer at Intel Corporation, responsible for battery algorithm development in charging and CPU turbo-boost, and new battery chemistry enabling for mobile devices, data centers, and Internet-Of-Things (IOT) devices. He is frequently invited to international conferences to speak on battery topics such as machine-learning/deep-learning based battery charging algorithm. He also teaches at San Jose State University as an adjunct faculty on batteries, where he serves as a Materials Engineering Industry Advisory Council member. Prior to that, he held battery research and development roles at Panasonic Corporation. He earned his MS in Energy Science from Kyoto University and holds many patents.

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