Energy Storage Devices and Systems
ME 51201/ 3 Cr.
Fundamental principles of battery science and engineering(battery reactions, charge and mass transport in batteries, battery safety, battery management, and materials development in the batteries, battery system designs and integrations), current state-ofthe-art battery technology and the current technical challenges on the development of batteries, codes and standards for safe handling of batteries.
Primary Track: Energy
- Available Online: No
- Credit by Exam: No
- Laptop Required: No
Prerequisite: CHEM-C 106, PHYS 25100, and ME 20000; OR Instructor Consent.
- Identify the electrodes, electrolytes, temperature range and operation of different types of batteries.
- Analyze the efficiency and open circuit voltages of a battery and a capacitor/supercapacitor
- Identify the battery over-potential: activation, ohmic, and concentration losses and apply the Nernst/Butler Vollmer equation
- Apply battery equations to compute the energy and power outputs, and heat generated in a battery cell
- Analyze cooling problems as applied to battery systems
- Demonstrate the systematic approach in design energy storage system including retention, cooling, and management
- Develop an in-depth understanding of safety and regulatory issues regarding transportation, storage and onboard transportation of battery devices in passenger vehicles and mass transportation systems.
- Battery principles
- Battery engineering
- Capacitor and super capacitor
- Fuel cells and fuel cell application for electric vehicles
- Energy storage systems for electric vehicles(design criteria, retention, cooling and management)
- Battery management system