Funded by: BMBi
Contact person : Robin Moschner
Summary of the project:
The project focuses on a new cell design (“Open Cell Module”, OCM), the application of which is being investigated with regard to the performance and economy of lithium-ion (LIB) and lithium-sulfur (LSB) batteries in stationary and mobile applications. Comparing the results with those of a pouch cell system, the aim is to determine the most advantageous cell system in terms of specific energy, cycle stability and lifetime. The technical feasibility will be evaluated and the economic feasibility in mobile and stationary applications will be considered based on adapted battery sizes. In addition, it will be clarified to what extent the costs of component production can be reduced compared to current processes. For example, to increase the production speed, a new type of slot dies and drying technologies for the electrode production will be investigated.
Objectives and tasks of the iPAT
Daimler, FMP Technology GmbH, WWU Münster (MEET), ISRA VISION (ISRA), Westfälische Hochschule (WHS), Helmholtz-Institut Münster (HI MS), VOSS Automotive (VOSS), TU Braunschweig (iPAT)