202nd Meeting - Salt Lake City, UT

October 20-25, 2002


F1 - Power Source Modeling

Battery/Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering

Tuesday October 22, 2002

Murano Garden Salon, Main Level, Grand America Hotel

Co-Chairs: R.G. Jungst and J. Weidner

8:00222 Modeling Performance of Lithium-Ion Batteries with Mangenese Spinel Positive Electrodes - P. Nelson, J. Liu, K. Amine, and G. Henriksen (Argonne National Laboratory)
8:20223 Use of a Model To Delineate Sources of Impedance Rise in Two Li-ion Cell Chemistries - B.G. Potter, S.A. Jones, G.L. Henriksen, I.D. Bloom (Argonne National Laboratory), C. Motloch, J. Christophersen, and J. Belt (Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory)
8:40224 Thermal Modeling of Lithium-Ion Batteries - C. Lampe-Onnerud, B. Barnett, C. Fulton, D. Novikov, R. Chamberlain, P. Onnerud, M. Rona, J. Shi, S.K. Singh, S. Sriramulu, R. Stringfellow, and R. Weber (TIAX, LLC)
9:00225 Capacity Loss Predictions for Active Lithium Primary Cells Using Accelerated Aging - D. Weigand, D. Hardy, K. Weaver, M. Overstreet, and H. Papenguth (Sandia National Laboratories)
9:20 Forty-Minute Intermission -
10:00226 Approaches for Simulation of Capacity Fade in Lithium-Ion Batteries - R. Spotnitz (Battery Design Co.)
10:20227 Accelerated Test Protocol and Life Prediction Model for Lithium-Ion Cells - R. Jungst, E. Thomas, H. Case, G. Nagasubramanian (Sandia National Laboratories), B.Y. Liaw (Hawaii Natural Energy Institute), and D. Doughty (Sandia National Laboratories)
10:40228 Inductive Model Development for Lithium-Ion Batteries to Predict Life and Performance - A. Urbina, T. Paez, R. Jungst, B.Y. Liaw, H. Case, and D. Doughty (Sandia National Laboratories)
11:00229 Equivalent Circuit and Fuzzy Logic Modeling for Impedance Increase in Li-Ion Cells - G. Nagasubramanian (Sandia National Laboratories) and P. Singh (Villanova University)
11:20230 Development of Battery and Electrochemical Capacitor Equivalent Circuit Models for Power System Optimization - S. Butler and J. Miller (JME, Inc.)
11:40231 Virtual Test Bed for Electrochemical Power Sources - L. Gao, M. Blackwelder, Z. Wu, and R. Dougal (University of South Carolina)

Co-Chairs: B.Y. Liaw and K. Nechev

2:00232 Modeling of Nickel Metal Hydride Batteries for Hybrid Vehicle Application - C. Maugy, D. Porcellato, and J.-M. Tarascon (PSA)
2:20233 Hysterisis During Cycling of the Nickel Hydroxide Active Material - V. Srinivasan (University of California), J. Weidner (University of South Carolina), and J. Newman (University of California)
2:40234 Mechanistic Model of Charge Retention in AB2-Based Nickel Metal Hydride Systems - X.-G. Yang and B.Y. Liaw (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
3:00235 First-Principle-Based Finite-Element Modeling of A Li(Si)/ LiCl-KCl/FeS2 Thermal-Battery Cell - K.S. Chen, G.H. Evans, and R.S. Larson (Sandia National Laboratories)
3:20236 Design-Simulation Tool for Thermal Analysis of Thermal Batteries - H. Papenguth, R. Weatherby, D. Dobranich, T. Barrentine, P. Chavez, and L. Lehoucq (Sandia National Laboratories)
3:40 Twenty-Minute Intermission -
4:00237 Uncertainty of Critical Battery Performance Parameters - G. Hunt, D. Marts (Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory), and J. Morrison (Montana Tech)
4:20238 Comprehensive Modeling of Battery Electrolytes Using a Chemical Physics Approach - K. Gering (Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory)
4:40239 A Lead-Acid Cell Model under MATLAB Applying Analytical Jacobian Matrices - B. Brandstaetter and B. Schweighofer (Graz University of Technology)
5:00240 Macroscopic Models for Electrochemical Capacitors - V. Subramanian and R. White (University of South Carolina)
5:20241 Dynamics of the Deposition of Metals on a Porous Cathode - A. Vedenjapin, M. Baturova (Russian Academy of Sciences), D. Weichgrebe, and E. Danilova (University of Hannover)

Wednesday October 23, 2002

Co-Chairs: R.G. Jungst and B.Y. Liaw

2:00242 Dynamic Monte Carlo Studies of Oxygen Electroreduction on Pt (111) and Pt/X Systems - P. Balbuena and D. Mainardi (University of South Carolina)
2:20243 Quantum Chemical Modeling of the Electrochemical Reduction of Oxygen - G.V. Zhuang, N. Markovic, and P. Ross (University of California)
2:40244 Development of a Theoretical Model to Analyze the Performance of the Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell - N. Subramanian, B. Haran, and B. Popov (University of South Carolina)
3:00 Twenty-Minute Intermission -
3:20245 Optimal Battery-Fuel Cell Hybrid Power System and Control Studies on a PEM Fuel Cell - R. Gundala, R.E. White, and J.W. Weidner (University of South Carolina)
3:40246 An Evaluation of Selected PEM Fuel Cell System Models - K. Haraldsson and K. Wipke (National Renewable Energy Lab)
4:00247 Mass and Momentum Transport in the PEMFC Cathode - E. Fontes, P. Byrne (COMSOL), and O. Parhammar (Catella Generics)
4:20248 Evaluation of the Experimental Model for Methanol Crossover - J. Drake and K. Killeen (Agilent Technologies)