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Energy Storage Devices

Nguyễn Gia Hào

Academic year: 2023

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Among these methods; chemical, mechanical and thermal energy storage are some of the most favorable methods for energy storage. Current energy storage devices are still far from meeting the demands of new technological developments.

115 Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries: Electrochemical Engineering


We then used non-polar benzene to simultaneously achieve homogeneous dispersion of the Si source and the formation of a carbon cap layer, leading to the formation of a (C-SiOx)@C composite with exceptional electrochemical properties. Nevertheless, the low electronic conductivity and sluggish electron transport kinetics of SiOx due to the insulating property of SiO2 lead to poor electrochemical performance and have hindered the application of SiOx as anode material for commercialized LIBs [13-16]. Although the improved electrical conductivity obtained by carbon coating can improve the electrochemical performance of SiOx, complicated, multi-step and high-temperature processes are required [17-20].

We tried to simultaneously form interconnected carbon pathways in the composite and encapsulate the surface with carbon using ethylene glycol and benzene. We further attempted to fabricate a SiOx composite with superior electrochemical performance by maximizing electrical conductivity through Ti doping. Ti doping can result in the formation of TiSi alloys, which are beneficial for improving the cyclic stability of LIB electrode materials [21, 22].

In addition, black TiO2−x has been reported to show higher conductivity than pristine white TiO2 due to the existence of Ti3+ (corresponding to an oxygen deficiency) in the structure. The electrochemical performance of the (C-TixSi1−xOy)@C composite was significantly improved compared to that of carbon-incorporated SiOx (C-SiOx) and a (C-SiOx)@C composite. The electrochemical performance of the (C-TixSi1−xOy)@C composite was significantly improved compared to that of the C-SiOx and (C-SiOx)@C composite.


Synthesis of SiO x active materials for highly enhanced electrochemical performance

  • Amorphous SiO x and carbon matrix
  • Effect of carbon coating on the surface of SiO x particles
  • Boosting the performance by Ti doping on SiO x sites

The carbon content of the composite was measured using a carbon/sulfur analyzer (CS-2000, ELTRA GmbH). Images of the SiOx composites formed by the alcoholysis reaction before and after heat treatment are presented in Figure 1a. We used various characterization techniques to confirm the carbon-based complex of the C-SiOx composite and the mechanism proposed above.

In addition, the elemental binder properties of the C-SiOx composite were investigated by XPS analyses. -SiOx)@C) composite using EG with benzene to achieve a homogeneous distribution of the Si source and the simultaneous formation of a multi-carbon matrix in the composite. The presence of a higher peak of lithium silicates indicates that the rate of irreversible consumption was higher than that of the C-SiOx electrode.

These results confirmed that the improvement of the electrical conductivity of the SiOx composite affected the electrochemical properties. In Figure 10f, four characteristic peaks appeared in the Ti 2p spectra of the (C-TixSi1−xOy)@C composite. The Si nanoparticles were dispersed in the SiOx and carbon matrix, contributing to the improved capacity of the (C-TixSi1−xOy)@C composite.


A novel durable core-shell doubly conductive structure used for the synthesis of silicon anode for lithium-ion batteries. Low-temperature growth of all-carbon graphadiene on silicon anode for high-performance lithium-ion batteries. Sacrificial synthesis of carbon-coated SiOx nanowires for high-performance lithium-ion battery anodes.

Scalable synthesis of SiOx/shell-structured carbon composite as a high-performance anode material for lithium-ion batteries. Facile synthesis of blocked SiOx/C with graphite-like structure for high-performance lithium-ion battery anodes. Investigation of cracking patterns and cycling performance of Ti–Si nanocomposite thin film anodes for lithium ion batteries.

Ti3+ self-doped dark rutile ultrafine TiO2 nanorods with sustained high-rate performance for lithium-ion batteries. Si/Ti2O3/reduced graphene oxide nanocomposite anodes for lithium-ion batteries with highly improved cycling stability. Novel silicon-doped tin oxide and carbon microspheres as anode materials for lithium-ion batteries: multiple effects of doped Si.

Graphene: properties and nomenclature

  • Graphene: properties
  • Graphene: nomenclature

Since graphene is an electrode targeting the use of rechargeable batteries, the performance of the device is based on the presence of electroactive sites in graphene sheets [7, 8]. Therefore, graphene sheets composed with suitable electroactive materials such as metal chalcogenides, metal oxides/hydroxides, metal nanostructures and even the heteroatom-doped graphene provide better activity for rechargeable batteries [9-11]. It represents that 2D graphene sheet can be enclosed in 0D-like fullerene structure and coiled in 1D-like carbon nanotube structure, and 10 layers of graphene can be stacked in 3D graphite-like structure.

The fabrication of graphene film by different synthetic routes was adapted according to its requirements. For suspended graphene sheets with a thickness below 10 nm, spring constants were observed between 1 and 5 N/m, and pristine graphene exhibits a Young's modulus of 1.05 TPa and an intrinsic strength of 110 GPa, which has the property high mechanical [18, 19]. These amazing electrical, mechanical and electrochemical properties of graphene were attracted to rechargeable batteries.

The descriptive term is essential for graphene material researchers, as the properties will change accordingly with the recovered product with different synthetic strategies. Turbostratic graphene Arrangement of graphene sheets in a rotational error structure Bi-, tri- or multi-layered graphene Stacking of graphene sheets (2 - bi, 3 - tri, & 4 - 10 – multi) in. Graphite oxide Exfoliation of bulk graphite by strong oxidation process Reduced graphene oxide Reduction or recovery of sp2 carbon from graphene oxide Graphenization Growth of graphene by small molecules (bottom-up approach) Detached graphene, graphene foam,.

Free-standing graphene: synthesis and its properties

Even the electrochemical behavior fluctuates according to the synthetic strategies; for example, the presence of oxygen functional groups in graphene oxide (GO) shows an excellent electrochemical behavior rather than the pristine graphene [25]. Graphene sheets synthesized by wet chemical process have started for various applications due to the presence of functional groups. As discussed in the previous section, the methods used for the preparation of graphene sheets determine their suitable application based on their properties.

Remarkably, there is a challenge for high dispersion of graphene either in aqueous or in organic solvents. It has been achieved by introducing dispersant into hydrophobic graphene sheets for good dispersion, whereas it lowers the graphene properties [26]. In reality, large-scale processable GO has several advantages, such as cost-effective, environmentally friendly solvent, and easy to introduce foreign material due to the presence of functional groups [27, 28].

The synergy of graphene sheets and functional host materials in 3D macroscopic architecture attracted a wide variety of applications due to the tuning of their properties. Based on cost, the CNT papers are left behind for the practical applications and have been replaced by graphene sheets. The modifications are made by cross-linking or grafting between them. the two sheets as GO have different functional groups covalently attached to other molecules [36, 37].

Free-standing graphene electrodes for batteries

  • Li-ion battery
  • Sodium-ion battery
  • Li-S battery
  • Metal-air battery

The GO paper is exfoliated after vacuum drying and subjected to reduction treatment, as the synthesized FSG material is directly used as a current collector instead of Al, Cu, Ni foam, etc., for energy storage applications. two sheets, since GO has several functional groups that are covalently bound to other molecules [36, 37]. Si NPs inserted between the graphene sheets of FSG paper, which enable a good 3D graphite-like framework and provide high Li-ion storage even at high current density [49]. A specific capacity of 708 mAh/g was observed without loss even after 100 cycles, which is mainly due to the larger volume change in the graphene-Si composite.

The theoretical reversible capacity of SnO2 is 782 mAh/g and the poor performance is due to low cycles with severe volume expansion. In addition to the conductivity improvement, the porosity of the FSG electrodes increased due to the network of CNT sandwiched graphene sheets. All these hybrid papers show a high reversible capacity of 716 and 600 mAh/g at a current density of 0.5 A/g for more than 50 cycles for Fe2O3 and CuO nanobox respectively.

It offers a stable capacity of 290 mAh/g at 0.1 A/g after 50 cycles compared to the previous MoS2/FSG electrode. As mentioned in LIBs, the electrochemical behavior can be enhanced by introducing heteroatoms into graphene sheets. Although the above-mentioned materials show excellent cyclic stability, it is still necessary to improve the specific performance of SIB.


Vanadium redox flow battery is one of the most promising secondary batteries as a high capacity energy storage device for renewable energy storage [1, 2, 4]. The power of the VRFB depends on the stack capacity, and the energy storage capacity depends on the electrolyte and electrolyte concentration. The values ​​of the theoretical and observed limiting current density relative to the flow rate are summarized in Table 1.

Investigation of the V(V)/V(IV) system for use in the positive half-cell of a redox battery. Energy storage technologies (EST) can be classified according to many criteria, such as their application (permanent or portable), capacity, storage duration (short or long) and size (weight and volume). EST with deeper depth of discharge (i.e. the ability of an ESS to release its stored energy) and higher reversal efficiency (i.e. ratio between input energy and output energy) will have a lower unit cost of usable power and energy [ 44 ].

An outline of the developed deterministic sizing algorithm is shown in Figure 10 and is described in detail in the following subsections. The average power of the wind turbine (Pw) is first chosen to be close to the average demand of the defined load (Pdem); i.e. PwPdem:. The electrolyzer is designed to operate at a temperature of 60 °C. Figure 17 shows an electrolyzer (i.e. hydrogen generator) connected to a set of 4800 L gas cylinders to store the generated hydrogen at pressures up to 1200 kPa.

A new leveled cost model has been developed to investigate the financial competitiveness of the hydrogen energy storage technology. Future intelligent electricity grids: analysis of the vision in the European Union and the United States.

Figure 5 overviews the implementation of hydrogen energy storage with RES.
Figure 5 overviews the implementation of hydrogen energy storage with RES.

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Figure 4 shows the synoptic battery bank sizing process. The idea consists of generating 11 wind cycles with a progressive duration from 1 to 200 days
Figure 4 shows the synoptic battery bank sizing process. The idea consists of generating 11 wind cycles with a progressive duration from 1 to 200 days
Figure 9 shows a comparison between battery lifespan and fuel economy for both controller types
Figure 9 shows a comparison between battery lifespan and fuel economy for both controller types

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