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Descriptif des activités de recherche

The current research activity focuses on studying transport properties in separators with applications in lithium-sulfur batteries. The main objective is to shed light on the different physics and microstructural properties that affect the diffusion of polysulphide species across such separators from a theoretical point of view. For this, transport equations are solved in the continuum by explicitly considering complex 3D structures for the separators.


PhD (CIC Energigune, Javier Carrasco, 2015-2019, First principles studies of Na based batteries)


COMSOL, GeoDict, DFT, ab-initio MD

Towards a 3D-resolved model of Si/Graphite composite electrodes from manufacturing simulations

Chaoyue Liu, Oier Arcelus, Teo Lombardo, Hassan Oularbi, Alejandro A. Franco

Journal of Power Sources, 2021

Machine learning 3D-resolved prediction of electrolyte infiltration in battery porous electrodes

Abbos Shodiev, Marc Duquesnoy, Oier Arcelus, Mehdi Chouchane, Jianlin Li, Alejandro A. Franco

Journal of Power Sources, 2021

Quantitatively Designing Porous Copper Current Collectors for Lithium Metal Anodes

Bingyu Lu, Edgar Olivera, Jonathan Scharf, Mehdi Chouchane, Chengcheng Fang, Miguel Ceja, Lisa E. Pangilinan, Shiqi Zheng, Andrew Dawson, Diyi Cheng, Wurigumula Bao, Oier Arcelus, Alejandro A. Franco, Xiaochun Li, Sarah H. Tolbert, and Ying Shirley Meng

ACS Applied Energy Materials, 2021

Heterogeneous Solid Electrolyte Interphase in Graphite Electrodes Assessed by 4D‐Resolved Computational Simulations

Mehdi Chouchane, Oier Arcelus, Alejandro A. Franco

Batteries & Supercaps, 2021

Insight on electrolyte infiltration of lithium ion battery electrodes by means of a new three-dimensional-resolved lattice Boltzmann model

Abbos Shodiev, Emiliano Primo, Oier Arcelus Mehdi Chouchane, Markus Osenberg, André Hilger, Ingo Manke, Jianlin Li, Alejandro A.Franco

Energy Storage Materials, 2021

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