WHITE PAPER

ELECTRODES AND CELLS MANUFACTURING WHITE PAPER


I. INTRODUCTION

During 3 years, the ELIBAMA partners worked in developing innovative electrodes and cells manufacturing processes from raw materials up to battery recycling.

In order to increase the added value of these activities, a white paper summarizing for each process the key problematic and describing the main breakthroughs achieved has been produced and made available to the batteries’ community.

You can download the full version (Full version) or download it chapter by chapter or part by part depending on your need.

II. RAW MATERIAL MANUFACTURING

  1. LiTFSi electrolyte
  2. Lithium Titanate Oxyde (LTO) anode active material

III- ELECTRODES MANUFACTURING

  1. 3D structured collector foils manufacturing
  2. Electrodes Coating
  3. Electrodes calendering
  4. Electrodes surface’s inspection

IV. CELLS’ MANUFACTURING

  1. Electrodes stacking and joining
  2. Cells filling
  3. Electrodes and cells clean manufacturing
  4. Non destructive cells testing (NDT)

V. BATTERIES END OF LIFE MANAGEMENT

  1. Used batteries diagnostic, discharge and dismantling
  2. Batteries reuse
  3. Batteries recycling

VI. OTHERS

  1. Eco-design of Lithium-Ion batteries (LCA)

Creative Commons License
ELECTRODES AND CELLS MANUFACTURING WHITE PAPER by the ELIBAMA project is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

You can Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format for non commercial use. If you remix, transform, or build upon the document, you may not distribute the modified material.
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