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Modelling and analysis of lithium-ion battery charging

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    Dr Richardson
    Dr Denault
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  • Funded PhD Project (European/UK Students Only)
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Project Description

This is a fully funded PhD. project, in collaboration with an industrial partner, to investigate the effect of charging protocols on lithium-ion battery performance. The results of the project will be used by our industrial partner to enhance their designs for battery chargers. The project will involve a mixture of mathematical modelling together with numerical and analytical methods for solving PDEs.

Lithium-ion battery technology is extensively used in consumer electronics and is a leading contender for powering electric vehicles. However there remain significant issues with battery deterioration and safety, some of which will be addressed in this project.

For more details contact Giles Richardson on [email protected]

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