Multi-cells stack system and shunt current distribution modelling

Redox flow battery and solid boosters finite element model

Uppsala University preliminary results The objective of Work package 2 is the construction of a finite element model for a redox flow battery, parametrized with input data coming both from density functional theory (DFT) calculations and experimental measurement. The...
Flow Batteries modeling: Sonar-CompBat workshop

Flow Batteries modeling: Sonar-CompBat workshop

Following up the CompBat-Sonar workshop of the 27th June in Brussels, here you can find two of the more relevant presentations of our project, that one where our coordinator, Pekka Peljo from Turku University gave an overview of the project and the results achieved so...
Electrochemical testing at Turku University

Electrochemical testing at Turku University

Turku preliminary results Focusing on the development of Aqueous Organic Redox Flow Batteries (AO-RFBs), the experimental electrochemistry is conducted at Turku University. The group leaded by Prof. Pekka Peljo is carrying out the electrochemical analyses of new...
Towards bioinspired battery materials derived from vitamins

Towards bioinspired battery materials derived from vitamins

Jyväskylä preliminary results The Pihko group at Jyväskylä University (JYU) focuses on the chemical synthesis of new materials that could be utilized to store energy in flow batteries. We start from natural products, such as vitamins, that possess the requisite...