Advanced Energy Storage Technologies for Extreme Conditions

Marcus Worsley | 23-SI-002

Executive Summary

We will develop a new capability for designing and fabricating energy storage devices that function in extreme conditions detrimental to conventional devices, temperature, mechanical, stress. This new tool kit of materials and designs will enable high performance energy storage in conditions relevant to national security missions and the broader energy storage community.

Publications, Presentations, and Patents

Zhu, C., N.B. Schorr, Z. Qi, B.R. Wygant, D.E. Turney, G.G. Yadav, M.A. Worsley, E.B. Duoss, S. Banerjee, E.D. Spoerke, A. van Buuren, T.N. Lambert, “Direct Ink Writing of 3D Zn Structures as High‐Capacity Anodes for Rechargeable Alkaline Batteries,” Small Structures, Vol. 4, Issue 4. April 2023. (2022).

Batista, M.D. Reale, S. Chandrasekaran, B.D. Moran, M. Salazar de Troya, A. Pinongcos, Z. Wang, R. Hensleigh, A. Carleton, M. Zeng, T. Roy, D. Lin, X. Xue, V.A. Beck, D.A. Tortorelli, M. Stadermann, R. Zheng, Y. Li, M.A. Worsley, “Design and additive manufacturing of optimized electrodes for energy storage applications,” Carbon, 205 262 (2023).

Lin, D., S. Chandrasekaran, X. Xue, A. Pinongcos, E. Coester, M.A. Worsley, Y. Li, "3D-printed Graded Electrode with Ultrahigh MnO2 Loading for Non-aqueous Electrochemical Energy Storage," Advanced Energy Materials, accepted (2023).

Chandrasekaran, S., D. Lin, Y. Li, M.A. Worsley, “Aerogels, additive manufacturing, and energy storage,” Joule, accepted (2023).