Journal of Power and Energy Engineering

Volume 7, Issue 12 (December 2019)

ISSN Print: 2327-588X   ISSN Online: 2327-5901

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Comparison Study on Anode Materials of Lithium-Ion Battery Applied in Tibet

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DOI: 10.4236/jpee.2019.712003    452 Downloads   798 Views  

ABSTRACT

Lithium-ion battery is facing the capacity fade in cold area. It reports in this paper to improve the temperature-tolerance using the novel materials in the battery design. Mesophase carbon microspheres (MG11) composed of 2H + 3R graphite phase with more uniform size were used as anode material and a new binder (WRA268) was used. The tests results show that at 0°C, MG11 using conventional binder (styrene butadiene rubber, SBR) attains 66% of reversible capacity retention rate, and synthetic graphite (FSN-1) using WRA268 as binder attains 76.9% of reversible capacity retention rate, but it attains 34% for the FSN-1 using SBR as the binder. These results show that MG11-WRA268 is promising materials using for battery in cold areas such as Tibet.

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Zhang, G. , Deng, H. , Xiao, B. , Hou, T. , Song, Y. , Shida, N. , Qi, H. , Deepatana, A. and Tang, S. (2019) Comparison Study on Anode Materials of Lithium-Ion Battery Applied in Tibet. Journal of Power and Energy Engineering, 7, 42-50. doi: 10.4236/jpee.2019.712003.

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