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Battery System Technology

Modulbezeichnung: Battery System Technology
Studiengang: Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen, Bachelor, ASPO 01.10.2021
Code: WIB21-WPM-T-103
SWS/Lehrform: -
ECTS-Punkte: 3
Studiensemester: laut Wahlpflichtliste
Pflichtfach: nein
Arbeitssprache:
Englisch
Prüfungsart:


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Prüfungswiederholung:
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Verwendbarkeit / Zuordnung zum Curriculum:
WIB21-WPM-T-103 Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen, Bachelor, ASPO 01.10.2021, Wahlpflichtfach
Arbeitsaufwand:
Der Gesamtaufwand des Moduls beträgt 90 Arbeitsstunden.
Empfohlene Voraussetzungen (Module):
Keine.
Als Vorkenntnis empfohlen für Module:
Modulverantwortung:
Prof. Dr. Frank Ulrich Rückert
Dozent: Prof. Dr. Frank Ulrich Rückert

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Lernziele:
After successful completion of the module, students will have a basic knowledge of the physical principles and system technology of battery storage systems. Topics of material selection, electrochemistry and thermodynamics are explained. Furthermore, the methodology of modeling and simulation of battery cells in terms of electrolyte movement, charging and discharging is trained. The lecture deals with current applications, such as battery systems for electromobility or smart phones. These include lithium iron phosphate (LFP) batteries and lithium nickel cobalt manganese (NCM) batteries, as well as novel cobalt-free batteries (NMX). The production processes and quality assurance during manufacture are presented.


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Inhalt:
Special battery designs in the familiar prismatic, cylindrical and pouch styles will be addressed.
  
Contents are:
 - Electrochemistry and thermodynamics
 - materials and heat transfer processes
 - thermal management and thermal behavior of batteries
 - occurring power losses, aging and possible defects
 - battery integration, applications and design for vehicle applications
 - charge and discharge behavior (Butler-Volmer equation) and SOC (state-of-charge)
 - Battery monitoring, battery management and battery characterization
 - Stationary applications and material topics
 - Production process and quality management
  
The user-friendly simulation tool Matlab/Simulink will be introduced and the basic handling of Matlab will be explained on the basis of a diffusion problem and a battery model. (Easy handling; previous knowledge is not necessary.) The resulting technical solutions as well as possible design alternatives will be discussed together in the group and presented in a project work.

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Weitere Lehrmethoden und Medien:
The teaching method offered is a hybrid lecture and exercise. During the course, students will work independently in teams on the design of a battery storage system. For this purpose, each team will perform the simulation calculations with the battery model and document the results in a project paper. The students should also be able to independently apply the topic to their own battery designs.
  
Students expand their ability by completing the module:
 - Students will be able to discuss in small groups and work out a solution
 - Students can independently define tasks, build up the necessary knowledge for this and implement it.
 - Students are proficient in the software tool Matlab/Simulink which is commonly used in industry
 - take responsibility in a team and discuss problems with experts.
  
Technical and methodological competence 60%, social competence 15%, self-competence 25%.
  
The battery cell is examined in detail in a project work by different teams on the basis of the software tool Matlab/Simulink. Knowledge questions and exercises will be tested in a written exam.

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Sonstige Informationen:
Script & guide to the lecture / beamer / slides / online on moodle
Simulation exercises in the PC pool with Matlab/Simulink
  
Through occasional critical reading and discussion of technical papers, students are introduced to scientific work.


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Literatur:
Schäper, C., Sauer, U. 12. Batteriesystemtechnik. MTZ Motortechnik Z 74, 416–421 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1007/s35146-013-0106-6

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