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Li-ion BAttery-SupErcapacitor Hybrid Device

A battery-supercapacitor hybrid systems combine the advantages of high energy battery electrodes and high power capacitors. LiBASED consortium is aiming at the development of the new and efficient Li-ion battery-supercapacitor hybrid (LIH) device with high power and energy density simultaneously, along with good cyclability. The project proposes a novel hybrid device configuration based on different 3D nanostructured carbon based cathodes and electrospun titanate-based free-standing (anode) electrodes. By using this configuration, the LIH device is expected having high energy density (>20 Wh/kg) and power density (>5 KW/kg) with a specific capacity retention >92% over 10,000 cycles. Afterwards, the consortium will design and fabricate mini-hybrid device (prototype) with mentioned outputs. The assembled LIH devices can be applied in long-run, lightweight and cost-effective unmanned air/ground vehicles (UAVs, UGVs) which will lead positive effect on both environmental and economic issues.

Prof. Ing. Petr Sáha
Tomas Bata University in Zlín
Centre of polymer systems
třída Tomáše Bati 5678
760 01 Zlín
Czech Republic
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Work developed under the M-era.Net 2019 call project "LiBASED Li-ion BAttery-SupErcapacitor Hybrid Device". The research was co-funded by: Technology Agency of the Czech Republic EPSILON Programme with project no. TH71020006, Slovak Academy of Sciences with project no. M-ERA.NET 2/2019/966/LiBASED and the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey TUBITAK.



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