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Autoport Advanced Chemistry Cell | AACC AACC harnesses the power of energy chemistry to manufacture solutions for eMobility, Automotive, Energy Storage Telecommunication & Defense sectors. Our advanced chemistry solutions offer different chemistries based on the industry, with a strong research & development team, we can develop bespoke formulas which are precise for the performance of their intended applications, safe & sustainable.
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enabling a circular economy for batteries We design our products for sustainability and work in partnership with 3rd party services, to develop circular supply chains, and give end of life devices and materials a second life. AACC follows the three tenets of sustainable practice: Reduce Recover Recycle Enabling and Empowering End-of-Life Recycling Our goal is to empower customers to recycle . Lithium-ion batteries have made portable electronics ubiquitous, and they are about to do the same for electric vehicles. That success story is setting the world on track to generate a multimillion-metric-ton heap of used Li-ion batteries that could end up in the trash. The batteries are valuable and recyclable, but because of technical, economic, and other factors, less than 5% are recycled today. The enormousness of the impending spent-battery situation is driving researchers to search for cost-effective, environmentally sustainable strategies for dealing with the vast stockpile of Li-ion batteries looming on the horizon. Battery specialists and environmentalists give a long list of reasons to recycle Li-ion batteries. The materials recovered could be used to make new batteries, lowering manufacturing costs. Currently, those materials account for more than half of a battery’s cost. The prices of two common cathode metals, cobalt and nickel, the most expensive components, have fluctuated substantially in recent years. Current market prices for cobalt and nickel stand at roughly $27,500 per metric ton and $12,600 per metric ton, respectively. In 2018, cobalt’s price exceeded $90,000 per metric ton. In addition to potential economic benefits, recycling could reduce the quantity of material going into landfills. Cobalt, nickel, manganese, and other metals found in batteries can readily leak from the casing of buried batteries and contaminate soil and groundwater, threatening ecosystems and human health, says Zhi Sun, a specialist in pollution control at the Chinese Academy of Sciences. The same is true of the solution of lithium fluoride salts (LiPF6 is common) in organic solvents that are used in a battery’s electrolyte. [ Learn more about our sustainable practice ]
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The era of the battery is well underway. Advanced Chemistry Cell production are of the highest-performing batteries. batteries, for example, have already revolutionized our day-to-day lives – from smart mobile devices to pollution free electric cars and intelligent power management solutions. And, looking ahead, batteries also have the potential to provide an economical solution for mass energy storage and complement renewable energy resources for power grid applications. Despite these successes, gaps in battery technology remain, both in terms of safety and performance. What’s more, for their mass-scale adoption in applications like electric vehicles, large cost reductions will be needed. Indeed, with regulators becoming more stringent and consumers more demanding, these core issues are driving not only research into new battery materials, but also improvements in production efficiency to minimize production costs. When success is defined by such fine margins, today’s manufacturers must be able to ensure total quality and performance – every time. At Autoport Power we leverage our Quality Control & Supply Chain Management . Whether you are a battery component manufacturer looking for greater process efficiency and better quality control, or a researcher trying to determine the performance parameters of newly emerging battery materials, our solutions will offer you the new levels of insight and control needed to power the production of superior-quality batteries.
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Most batteries contain three basic parts: electrodes, an electrolyte and a separator There are two electrodes in every battery. Both are made of conductive materials, but they serve different roles. One electrode, known as the cathode, connects to the positive end of the battery and is where the electrical current leaves (or electrons enter) the battery during discharge, which is when the battery is being used to power something. The other electrode, known as the anode, connects to the negative end of the battery and is where the electrical current enters (or electrons leave) the battery during discharge. Between these electrodes, as well as inside them, is the electrolyte. This is a liquid or gel-like substance that contains electrically charged particles, or ions. The ions combine with the materials that make up the electrodes, producing chemical reactions that allow a battery to generate an electric current. According to the report, the lithium-ion battery market was valued $36.7 billion in 2019, and is projected to reach $129.3 billion by 2027, at a CAGR of 18% from 2020 to 2027. The global lithium-ion battery market growth is driven by increase in use of various automobiles such as electric & hybrid vehicles. In addition, the product demand is expected to rise across electrical & electronics industry, owing to surge in penetration of smartphones and laptops. The wording “battery module” is usually only used associated with high-power batteries. It denotes an assembly of cell packages, safety features like temperature, voltage and charge monitoring, as well as a battery management system (BMS), cooling / heating system and a base plate or housing. for large-scale applications (electric vehicles or renewable energy buffering) pack design is a differentiation factor for the battery integrators (e.g. car manufacturers). Therefore, standardization on battery pack level is hardly possible. On module level, however, standardization can be beneficial,
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A lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery is an advanced battery technology that uses lithium ions as a key component of its electrochemistry. During a discharge cycle, lithium atoms in the anode are ionized and separated from their electrons. The lithium ions move from the anode and pass through the electrolyte until they reach the cathode, where they recombine with their electrons and electrically neutralize. The lithium ions are small enough to be able to move through a micro-permeable separator between the anode and cathode. In part because of lithium’s small size (third only to hydrogen and helium), Li-ion batteries are capable of having a very high voltage and charge storage per unit mass and unit volume. Li-ion batteries can use a number of different materials as electrodes. The most common combination is that of lithium cobalt oxide (cathode) and graphite (anode), which is most commonly found in portable electronic devices such as cellphones and laptops. Other cathode materials include lithium manganese oxide (used in hybrid electric and electric automobiles) and lithium iron phosphate. Li-ion batteries typically use ether (a class of organic compounds) as an electrolyte. Compared to the other high-quality rechargeable battery technologies (nickel-cadmium or nickel-metal-hydride), Li-ion batteries have a number of advantages. They have one of the highest energy densities of any battery technology today (100-265 Wh/kg or 250-670 Wh/L). In addition, Li-ion battery cells can deliver up to 3.6 Volts, 3 times higher than technologies such as Ni-Cd or Ni-MH. This means that they can deliver large amounts of current for high-power applications, which has Li-ion batteries are also comparatively low maintenance, and do not require scheduled cycling to maintain their battery life. Li-ion batteries have no memory effect, a detrimental process where repeated partial discharge/charge cycles can cause a battery to ‘remember’ a lower capacity. This is an advantage over both Ni-Cd and Ni-MH, which display this effect. Li-ion batteries also have low self-discharge rate of around 1.5-2% per month. They do not contain toxic cadmium, which makes them easier to dispose of than Ni-Cd batteries.
Cathode materials are the main component of Li-ion batteries; they determine the energy density of a cell through cell voltage and / or capacity. Lithium ion batteries are typically based on intercalation / deintercallation compounds, where lithium ions provided by the cathode are inserted into the host lattice (anode) during charge and extracted during discharge, with a minimal structural change in the host material. The choice of cathode material with a particular chemistry depends on various factors, including cell voltage, capacity, energy and power capabilities, cycle life, and temperature of operation.
In the late 1970s, a team of global scientists began developing what would become the lithium-ion battery, a type of rechargeable battery that would eventually power everything from portable electronics to electric vehicles and mobile phones. the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2019 was awarded to three scientists, John B. Goodenough, M. Stanley Whittingham, and Akira Yoshino, for their work in developing this battery. According to the official Nobel Prize organization, “this lightweight, rechargeable and powerful battery is now used in everything from mobile phones to laptops and electric vehicles. It can also store significant amounts of energy from solar and wind power, making possible a fossil fuel-free society.”
Transformation from century-old fossil fuel burning automobiles to clean, efficient electric vehicles (EV). With 10× growth projected in the EV market during the next decade, there is an increasing need to monitor, manage, and maintain high performance batteries to power millions of electric vehicles. Today’s battery market continues to be driven not by cost alone but the demand for longer range vehicles, decreased charge times, and functional safety. These exacting battery management system requirements necessitate the adherence to the highest of standards with the narrowest of tolerances. With up to 40% of the sticker price of an electric vehicle attributed to the battery, performance and battery life become major factors in an EV’s brand success. As a leader in battery management systems (BMS), Autoport collaborates with customers to find the best critical processes to monitor and manage electrical vehicle batteries and ensure their safety, productivity, and longevity. The BMS closely monitors, controls, and distributes the reliable charge and discharge of the entire battery system during its lifetime. Accurate monitoring of current and voltage profiles is critical, as overcharging a battery can cause a fire or explosion, and undercharging (or a full discharge) renders a battery useless. The quality of the battery management system directly impacts the miles per charge an EV can deliver, maximizes the batteries overall lifetime, and, as a result, lowers the cost of ownership. In this situation, price point becomes less important, and long-term value becomes the key metric. That is because you are trying to squeeze out better performance over the lifetime of a battery. “When it comes to accuracy, and accuracy over the vehicle lifetime, there are no trade-offs,” . “The better the accuracy, the better you can understand the state of the battery cell, the more capacity you can extract out of it, the more reliable the battery pack will operate.” Considering the investment for the battery pack, the value of BMS performance is clear, and it becomes even more obvious as automotive designers consider warranty and lifetime pack costs1.
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