The modeling of electrochemical systems is a multiscale problem. While the charge transfer at the electrode/electrolyte interface takes place on an atomic scale, strongly simplified submodels for the system components are required for system modeling, which allow a real-time simulation of the system operation.
In the lecture, current electrochemical models for batteries and fuel cells are presented on the different levels, the experimental determination of the model parameters is discussed and examples for model validation are shown.
In the lecture, the participants are introduced to the basics of electrochemical modelling using selected examples from the research areas of batteries and fuel cells.
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- Dates and contents
- Lecture MES 01 - Introduction
- Lecture MES 02 -Transport processes and reactions in electrolyte and electrodes
- Lecture MES 03 - Homogenized electrode models for the SOFC
- Lecture MES 04 - Microstructure reconstruction for the SOFC
- Lecture MES 05 - Cell and stack models (SOFC)
- Lecture MES 06 - Model Parameterization via Electrochemical Measurements
- Lecture MES 07 - BSZ system models
- Lecture MES 08 - Impedance based ESB electrode models LiB
- Lecture MES 09 - Microstructure and homogenized electrode models LiB
- Lecture MES 10 - Cell Models LiB
- Lecture MES 11 - MSMD Models LiB
- Lecture MES 12 - electrical-thermal cell models LiB
- Notes for the exam