CALCE houses a state of the art battery testing and research facility.

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CALCE Battery Group

CALCE is focused on the development of state of the art battery management systems (BMS) for single and multi-cell systems to provide the most accurate state of charge (SOC) and state of health (SOH) metrics. CALCE is working towards this goal through studies on fundamental process that degrade battery cells, battery testing methods, techniques for battery failure analysis, and advanced data processing techniques for implementation of battery prognostics and health management (PHM) solutions. PHM is an enabling discipline consisting of technologies and methods to assess the reliability of a product in its actual life cycle conditions to determine the advent of failure and mitigate system risk. By applying these methods, CALCE hopes to develop a BMS that not only assures safe usage, but also provides the best reliability and operational health information to the user.
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Third Party Integration Support

The CALCE Battery Management System (BMS) can support seamless integration with open architecture frame works such as CAEBAT Virtual Integrated Battery Environment (VIBE)
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The CALCE Lab is one of the leading research centres for Battery Safety. The lithium-ion battery industry is often plagued with safety incidents , with widely publicized recalls and hazardous events regularly appearing in the news. CALCE is analyzing the root causes of battery thermal runaway. Based on the root cause analysis, strategies to improve battery safety and prevent thermal runaway failures are being recommended.
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The CALCE lab provides extensive experience and state-of-the-art equipments for

  • Performance and Life Testing.
  • Failure analysis.
  • Measurement and Materials Characterization.
  • Environmental Conditioning/Accelerated Testing.
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The CALCE Lab provides advanced Battery testing facilities. Lithium-ion batteries degrade as a result of usage or storage conditions, life cycle stresses, and the stability of the constituents of the cell (e.g., electrode materials, electrolyte). The degradation of a battery can be observed many different ways, both through non-destructive and destructive measurements. Testing facilities include:

  • Non-destructive electrical testing
  • Non-destructive structural testing
  • Destructive analysis and testing
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