Thermo Fisher Scientific
The performance of advanced new materials such as batteries depends a lot on their structure. Imaging techniques like electron microscopy and CT are effective methods to capture information about the structure of different battery components at multiple scales. Imaging analysis software can then turn the image into data for researchers to quantitatively interpret the structure–performance correlation.
At the macro level, Thermo Scientific Avizo Software can be used to assess the quality of the manufacturing process by allowing you to look into packaging, check solder points, and detect leakage or porosity and delamination. You can also examine the aging process and investigate foil, cathode, and anode morphological changes or core leakage.
At the microscopic level, Avizo Software allows you to estimate the tortuosity and permeability of the porosity structure of electrode and separator; you can then use effective transport parameters in the electrochemical performance simulation. You can characterize the cell’s performance by quantifying the triple phase boundary (TPB), phase distribution, and connectivity.
The webinar duration is approx. 20 minutes. The live webinar was followed by a Q&A (question and answer) session. All questions and answers are accessible in the FAQ section.
Davy PenhardProduct Marketing Manager at Thermo Fisher Scientific Davy Penhard has more than 15 years of experience in analytical software solutions. After many years of meeting with customers globally as a sales manager for software solutions, he is now in charge of strategic development for Thermo Scientific Avizo Software. In this role, Davy discusses product improvements regularly with your fellow peer organizations to better understand the major pain points in materials analysis and how Avizo Software can help users design and manufacture better batteries and energy storage materials.
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