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Ultrasonic Welding of Lithium-Ion Batteries

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Title: Ultrasonic Welding of Lithium-Ion Batteries
Author: Bongsu Kang, S. Jack Hu, Wayne W. Cai
ISBN: 0791861252 / 9780791861257
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 264
Publisher: ASME
Year: 2017
Availability: 45-60 days
     
 
  • Description
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This book seeks to make an original contribution to the knowledge base underpinning ultrasonic metal welding (USMW), particularly for the manufacturing of lithium-ion (li-ion) battery cells, modules, and packs as used in electric vehicles.  The contributors to the book represent a team of leading experts in the field.

Since its commercialization in the early 1990s, the lithium-ion (li-ion) battery has seen rapid growth due to its advantages of high voltage and high power/energy density.  The growth has become particularly strong during the past decade with the development of li-ion battery powered electric vehicles.  The book focuses mainly on two-layer and multi-layer aluminum (with and without anodizing) and copper (with and without nickel coating) welding configurations.  Thus, its value to the practitioners in li-ion batteries and battery electric vehicles is self-evident.  The theories and methods presented in the book are highly transferable and extendable to all other li-ion battery applications, and can be of significant values to battery manufacturers and the electric vehicle industry in general.

Furthermore, the new knowledge generated can drive the development of such innovative technologies as single-sided USMW, and thermally enhanced USMW for multiple layers of thick-sheets and hard-to-weld materials.  It is expected that the book may have even broader implications in understanding and developing more effective solid state joining processes such as cladding, impact welding, friction stir welding, and ultrasonic consolidations for additive manufacturing, which are all strongly governed by the similar solid-state physics.

Preface and About the Authors

Chapter 1 :
Introduction
Chapter 2 : Defining Joint Quality Using Weld Attributes
Chapter 3 : Welding Mechanism and Failure of Ultrasonic Welds
Chapter 4 : Transient Temperature and Heat Flux Measurement Using Thin-Film Microsensors
Chapter 5 : Motion Analysis for Multilayer Sheets
Chapter 6 : Coupled Thermo-Mechanical Simulation
Chapter 7 : Microstructure Evolution and Physics-Based Modeling
Chapter 8 : Process Monitoring Using Online Sensor Signals
Chapter 9 : Tool Wear Monitoring for Ultrasonic Metal Welding of Lithium-Ion Batteries
Chapter 10 : Fundamentals Dynamics of Ultrasonic Welding
Chapter 11 : Dynamics and Vibrations of Battery Tabs under Ultrasonic Welding
Chapter 12 : Concluding Remarks and Future Work

Index

 
 
 
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