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A lithium-ion battery or Li-ion battery (abbreviated as LIB) is a type of rechargeable battery. Lithium-ion batteries are commonly used for portable electronics and electric vehicles and are growing in popularity for military and aerospace applications. The technology was largely developed by John Goodenough, Stanley Whittingham, Rachid Yazami and Akira Yoshino during the 1970s–1980s, and then commercialized by a Sony and Asahi Kasei team led by Yoshio Nishi in 1991.

Method for preparing lithium cobaltate by directly using invalid lithium ion battery

The invention provides a method for preparing lithium cobaltate by directly using an invalid lithium ion battery. The method comprises the following steps: crushing the invalid lithium ion battery or scraps generated when a lithium cobaltate battery is produced by a mechanical crusher at normal temperature; adding water and one or more of acetic acid, sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid or nitric acid to produce mixed aqueous solution of the battery scraps and acid; filling the mixed aqueous solution into a hermetic pressure reactor, and controlling the temperature in the reactor to be between 50 and 150 DEG C; introducing or adding one leaching additive of sulfur dioxide or hydrogen, or adding hydrazine hydrate; stirring and leaching, cooling, and filtering; adding one precipitator of sodium carbonate, potassium carbonate and ammonium carbonate, or adding composite precipitator consisting of one of the sodium carbonate, the potassium carbonate and the ammonium carbonate and one of sodium hydroxide and potassium hydroxide to obtain mixture of lithium carbonate, cobalt carbonate and cobalt hydroxide; drying and calcining at high temperature to produce a lithium cobaltate product. The method is particularly suitable for the treatment scale of medium-sized and small enterprises, and is an effective method for directly materializing cobalt secondary resources.

Combined estimation method for lithium ion battery state of charge, state of health and state of function

ActiveCN105301509AGuaranteed estimation accuracyImprove state estimation performanceElectrical testingInternal resistanceState of health
The invention provides a combined estimation method for lithium ion battery state of charge, state of health and state of function. The combined estimation method comprises the steps that the state of he---alth of a battery is estimated online: open circuit voltage and internal resistance are identified online by adopting a recursive least square method with a forgetting factor, the state of charge is indirectly acquired according to a pre-established OCV-SOC corresponding relation, and then the size of battery capacity is estimated according to cumulative charge and discharge electric charge between two SOC points; the state of charge of the battery is estimated online: the state of charge of the battery is estimated by adopting the Kalman filter algorithm based on a two-order RC equivalent circuit model, and the battery capacity parameter in the Kalman filter algorithm is updated according to the estimation result of battery capacity; and the state of function of the battery is estimated online: the maximum chargeable and dischargeable current is calculated based on the voltage limit and the current limit of the battery according to internal resistance obtained by online identification, and then the maximum chargeable and dischargeable function can be obtained through further calculation.

Graphene composite material and preparation method thereof

The invention relates to a graphene composite material and a preparation method thereof. The graphene composite material provided by the invention is characterized in that a graphene material plate fixed on a metallic matrix serves as a carrier, and the elementary substance and/or a compound are compounded on the graphene surface. Meanwhile, the invention also discloses a method for preparing the graphene composite material. The graphene composite material prepared by the invention is opened between graphene sheets and is compounded with a chemical substance under the condition that a space body structure is formed, and the obtained material has high conductivity, high specific surface area and excellent performance of low electrical resistivity between the sheets, and can be widely applied to the fields of energy storage materials such as lithium ion batteries, super-capacitors, super lead carbon batteries, super nickel-carbon electrodes, solar energy and fuel cells, the field of heat dissipation materials, the field of environment-friendly adsorbing materials, the field of sea water desalination materials, the field of photoelectric sensor materials, the biological relevance field, the field of catalyst materials and the fields of conductive ink and coating materials.

Silicon graphene composite anode material of lithium ion battery and preparation method of silicon graphene composite anode material

The invention discloses a silicon graphene composite anode material of a lithium ion battery and a preparation method of the silicon graphene composite anode material. The material consists of the following components in percentage by weight: 10 to 99 percent of silicon powder with the particle size of between 20 nanometers and 5 micrometers, 1 to 90 percent of graphene and 0 to 40 percent of amorphous carbon, wherein the graphene forms a three-dimensional conducting network with an internal cavity, and wraps the silicon powder in the internal cavity to form spherical or sphere-like composite particles with the particle size of between 500 nanometers and 15 micrometers. The preparation method of the material comprises the following steps of: uniformly dispersing the silicon powder and graphene oxide in a solvent; and performing spray drying, reducing, and cladding by using the amorphous carbon. Compared with the prior art, the invention has the advantages that: the material has high capacity and high cycle performance and is subjected to a constant-current charge-discharge test at the current density of 200mA/g, the reversible capacity of the material after 30-times circulation is still 1502mA/g, and the capacity retention rate of the material is up to 98 percent; and the preparation method is simple and practicable, high in yield and suitable for mass industrial production.
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