Funded by BMBF
Summary of the project:MiKal is a project within the BMBF-funded ProZell Competence Cluster. This project focuses on the determination of the interaction of mixing processes, the resulting machine and product calendering behavior as well as the generated and performance-determining microstructure of the electrodes. This should enable the identification of optimal calendering conditions and the prediction of both the machine settings and product structure settings. The interdependency between mixing and calendering process is emphasized with the aim to achieve volumetrically higher energy densities with high performance.
Figure 1: iPAT calender
Objectives and tasks of the Institute for Particle Technology
Institute for Machine Tools and Industrial Management (iwb), Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology (MEET), Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Württemberg (ZSW) – Department Production Research (ECP), Institute for Applied Materials – Materials for Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IAM-WET)