A data set based on the process chain is going to be worked out and moreover, a study is going to fuse the data to a holistic big picture of the CoFBAT battery´s Life Cycle Analysis
In this deliverable the different use cases will be defined that will be relevant for the project. In addition, the KPI’s for the battery as a storage technology will be defined with the required test definitions which later will be used for validation purpose.
Deliverable including health and safety procedures conforming to relevant local/national guidelines and legislation to be followed by staff involved in materials and components handling in the project. The report will also include a section with details on the materials which will/may be imported to/exported from the EU
In order to determine the required activities for future business opportunity and plans a first draft exploitation plan for each partner will be created
This report will summarise the different elements developed regarding the visual identity of CofBat including logo, ppt presentation, leaflet, roll-up and the website
This plan will give a first assessment of the communication and dissemination activities highlighting the first results and give a plan on the activities to improve the dissemination of the project outcomes
This protocol will describe each step of the disassembly process of a battery cell. It will define the precise methodology for opening the cell and for the separation of the components. Each component needs to be defined with a number of parameters: weight, porosity, chemical purity etc. The protocol will include a safety assessment of the full process of cell disassembling pointing to the specific actions to consider as safety precautions for each step of cell disassembling process.
Starting from top-down approach the system and the cell requirement will be defined, from those the material and component requirements will be derived in close cooperation between the partners. TOP will define the requirements for the LMNO cathode, whereas IFE and CEA will define the requirements for the anode materials Si/C and TNO. SLV will deal with the requirements on the electrodes and electrolyte
Report describing the initial definitions for: (1) Component processing (baseline electrode and electrolyte formulations and processing protocols, (2) cell design and standardisation of the different full cell formats to be used for component development and validation (coin cell, single layer very small pouches, 500 mAh stacked pouch), (3) assembly procedure definition of the full cells. This will be carried out within Task 4.1.
Starting from D2.1, in this deliverable the overall cell requirements will be defined that should be met by end of the project from the lifetime, cost and performances.
Description This plan will give an assessment of the communication and dissemination activities highlighting the results achieved so far and give a plan on the activities to improve the dissemination of the project outcomes until the end of the project
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