Development of a novel remanufacturing architecture for lithium-ion battery packs

Kampker, Achim, Heimes, Heiner, Lienemann, Christoph, Grauel, Daniel and Jones, Martyn (2018) Development of a novel remanufacturing architecture for lithium-ion battery packs. In: Electric Vehicles International Conference (EV), 5-6 Oct 2017, Bucharest, Romania.

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Abstract

With a rapid growth in the lithium-ion battery technology, particularly in the automotive sector, remanufacturing concepts to ensure maximum efficiency levels may be seen as an attractive option. Such a process does not currently exist and the opportunity to undercut cost-intensive batteries and support green credentials is one which the market is now ready for, namely, an alternative to buying new. A feasible remanufacturing concept can further reduce the current total cost of ownership with an adequate solution under consideration of the current amount of battery pack returners. With this in mind, this research provides a transparent remanufacturing architecture, which can handle a capacity of 5,000 up to 20,000 battery packs per year, depending on the selected degree of automation, manual, hybrid or fully automated. Furthermore, different tools from a factory planning structures will be applied on purpose of an industrial feasible concept. In addition, the assessment considers diverse scenarios of the battery module reusability to ensure a realistic forecast. Consequently, the potential for this outlined concept will compete for an increasing sector of a global market, which is expected to rise to 1.3 billion cars by 2030 and there is a growing interest in electric vehicles. Therefore, any innovations in battery production (and which will include the concept of remanufacturing) have the opportunity to challenge existing business models of practice while further reducing costs for the future customer of tomorrow.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Keywords: • factory planning structures, • battery module reusability, • remanufacturing architecture, • automotive sector, • lithium-ion battery technology, • lithium-ion battery packs
Divisions: Applied Science, Computing and Engineering
Depositing User: Hayley Dennis
Date Deposited: 12 Feb 2020 14:08
Last Modified: 12 Feb 2020 14:08
URI: http://glyndwr.repository.guildhe.ac.uk/id/eprint/17554

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