Advanced visualization and analysis

Avizo Sofware for batteries and energy materials

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Avizo Software is the solution of choice

Thanks to advanced image processing and segmentation techniques, Avizo Software makes it possible to extract key quantitative parameters of the microstructure and macrostructure of the involved materials. At the macro level, Avizo Software can be used to assess the quality of the manufacturing process, looking into packaging, checking solder points, and detecting possible leakage or porosity and delamination. It can also examine the aging process, looking into foil, cathode and anode morphological changes or core leakage. At the microscopic level, Avizo Software allows for the estimation of the tortuosity and permeability of the porosity structure of electrode and separator; thus, effective transport parameters  can be further used in the electrochemical performance simulation. Quantification of triple phase boundary (TPB), phase distribution and connectivity further allows for characterization of the cell’s performance.


Applications and Use cases
Quantification of inhomogeneous 3D current distribution in fuel cell electrodes

The electrode microstructural properties significantly influence the efficiency and durability of many electrochemical devices including solid oxide fuel cells...

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This study quantifies the microstructural changes as a function of redox cycles at 800 °C and associates it to the deterioration of the mechanical properties and polarisation resistance...

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Quantification of the degradation of Ni-YSZ anodes upon redox cycling