Wednesday, November 14th, 15:30 – 17:30 at CIM Room, IWF. Langer Kamp 19b, 38106 Braunschweig.
Data mining in the production of lithium-ion battery cells
You can download the invitation flyer here. Please note, that the Presentation is in German! The slides provided are in English.
Compared to other technologies with a high degree of technological maturity, battery cell production still offers considerable potential for increasing productivity and improving product properties. Corresponding starting points can be found both in the design of the battery cell and in the production processes. With regard to product and process innovations, the manufacture of electrodes and, based on this, the production of cells is of particular importance. A database in which all process parameters are systematically recorded is a means of quality assurance in order to reduce the reject rate and thus costs and energy requirements.
Within the framework of the project, knowledge of the interrelationships of the production of lithium-ion battery cells is to be gained. The aim is both to systematically improve the economic efficiency and environmental compatibility of battery production as a whole and to enable the targeted production of defined battery cell types and qualities. Precise knowledge of the interdependencies is crucial not only for today’s battery generations, but especially for new ones.
The project is funded by BMWi.