Electrodes to Cells PD772320

Topics: Advanced Technologies Energy storage systems , Batteries , Battery cell chemistry , Battery packs , Lithium-ion batteries , Manufacturing processes , Assembling , Sustainable development

This course explains how a lithium-ion cell can be designed, sized, and produced for a specific capacity and energy. The key steps in the selection and production of the main components of the cell, i.e. electrodes, separator, and electrolyte, are discussed. The slurry formulation, mixing, coating, drying, calendaring, cutting, stacking, electrolyte formulation/injection, sealing/packing, and formation cycles are detailed both in terms of machineries and the processing parameters.


  • Differentiate between cylindrical cells and prismatic cells as examples of lithium-ion battery geometries, and estimate the length or the number of electrode layers
  • Apply concepts such as capacity, voltage, and energy for designing a lithium-ion battery
  • Describe each step within the production of a Li-ion battery cell
  • Discuss the functions of the electrolyte and separator

Is this On Demand Course for You?

  • Process, Quality, or Design engineers
  • Anyone interested in understanding battery cell manufacturing

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Access Period: 365 Days      CEUs: 0.4

Duration: 4 Hours