Energy Storage II, Summer Semester

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MODULE DESCRIPTION

Required pre-requisite: Energy Storage I

This course conveys deeper knowledge about energy storages using accumulator batteries and super capacitors as examples, with special focus on lithium ion batteries. 

After the successful completion of this course …

  • You will know the basics of connecting single cells to create storage systems and will be able to, for a given set of demands, choose a cell type and create a circuitry concept for it;
  • You will be able to map the electrical and thermal operating behavior of cell-based storage systems using a simulation model;
  • You will know the methods for cell charge balancing, the functional principle behind it and its characteristics, as well as other aspects of battery management;
  • You will be familiar with the charging process according to DIN 41772 and other charging concepts;
  • You will know about the safety risks associated with accumulator-based storage systems and how to prevent them, and will also know about the disposal methods for accumulators. 

COURSE REGISTRATION AND MATERIALS

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CONTACT

Lecture assistant
Energy Storage 2
Lecture assistant
Energy Storage 2