We are exploring the feasibility of integrating existing computational modeling tools into a unified framework for modeling chemical degradation of materials to enable future strategies for improving durability of functional and structural materials and to promote understanding of complex reaction chemistry for a variety of energy applications. This study supports Department of Energy goals in energy security, reliability, and resilience.
Wang, B., et al. 2018. "Multiscale Modeling of Interfaces in All-Solid-State Li-ion Batteries." 2018 Bay Area Battery Summit: Building Better Batteries, Berkeley, CA, October 2018. LLNL-POST-759543.
——— . 2018. "Microstructure Effects on Ionic Conductivity of Solid Electrolytes for Li Batteries: A Multiscale Approach." Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Postdoctoral Poster Symposium. LLNL-POST-755513.
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