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Printed electrodes for energy storage systems

: Glanz, Carsten

Stuttgarter Produktionsakademie:
Industry 4.0 - Cyber-Physical Systems : Seminar. 23th-27th October 2017, Stuttgart
Stuttgart, 2017 (Seminar SPA 396)
32 Folien
Seminar "Industry 4.0 - Cyber-Physical Systems" <2017, Stuttgart>
Conference Paper
Fraunhofer IPA ()
Industrie 4.0; functional material; Cyber-Physisches System (CPS); printed electronics

The 4th industrial revolution will stimulate a rising demand on printed electrode multilayer systems. Besides machine communication, new systems for human machine communications, flexible printed energy storage devices need to be developed. In order to circumvent the use of rare resources such as gold or silver, our working group has focused our effort on synthetic nanomaterials such as Active carbon (AK), Carbon Nanohorns (CNH), Graphene-Nano-Platlets or Graphene. To make the electrodes screen printing, bar coating and spray coating is used. These are highly automated technologies that can be employed to process high viscous rubber materials, metal and foam substrates which are required for energy storage applications.
During the talk some examples of research and development activities of the department “Functional materials” will be given.