SPARTACUS – publishable deliverables and results
The SPARTACUS project, funded by the EU under the BATTERY 2030+ initiative, comprises a number of work packages. The publicly available deliverables to specific tasks are provided here.
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Specifications for data pre-processing
- Chapter 3 (CMS specifications): provides the specifications of the CMS, it also ensures that the integration with T1.2 (PP) is clearly defined.
- Chapter 4 (Module specifications): provides the specifications on how CMSs, cells, PP and ORP-EIS into modules.
- Chapter 5 (BMS specifications): provides the details on the BMS, in particular, how the BMS is interfaced to the module.
This document ensures that all the elements above can be integrated as planned.
In this document the test specifications are defined in order to test all the activity carried out in the project. The sensors developed in WP2 will be installed on the cell in WP3. The models developed in WP4 will be tested in order to manage the cell to minimize the aging. The electronic unit designed in WP5 will be used in order to test the aging of the cell. In this sense, this document aims to define the test specifications for long aging tests. This document is divided into three main sections:
- Test bench specifications: in this section the specification related to the set up are defined. Thus, the cell testing device, sensor information sharing, model execution and its input/outputs and the variables to save are defined, for a posterior study.
- Test specifications: in this section the aging tests are specified. Special attention is on fast charge, where the performance on fast charge (see chapter 3.2) is intended to improve while minimizing the aging. Fast charge will be studied at low and at high temperatures as well.
- Busive tests: the goal of this section is to define the abusive test and to analyse the sensor – model behaviour to analyse how this undesired situation is managed to minimize the consequences.
LCA Methodological Framework
- Development of new sensors design for smart batteries.
- Integration of the sensors according to industrial constraints.
- Data acquisition and data pre-processing for BMS integration.
- Modeling of failure mechanisms and correlation with battery states.
- Development of advanced BMS and standardization procedures.
- Economic and environmental assessment.
This report is part of Work Package (WP) 1 (“Specifications”), Task 1.5. This document presents the methodological framework to assess the environmental impacts and the Levelized Cost of Energy Storage (LCOES) of smart batteries and second life applications that will be performed in WP 6, in Tasks 6.1 and 6.3. Together, these tasks address the project’s objective 6, which targets the assessment of sensitized batteries’ economic and environmental effectiveness. These Tasks will evaluate if the increased cost of including sensors in LIB and their manufacturing’s environmental impacts will be compensated by LIB’s increased usability and qualification for a second-life use.