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Characteristic Analysis on the Batteries for HEV/EV

  • Characteristic Analysis on the Batteries for HEV/EV & Forecast of LiB Materials
2009年『HEV・EV用電池の特性解析&LiB材料の需要予測』 英文版

商品コード: O0007

  • 発行元: CMC International Co., Ltd.
  • 発行日: in April 2010
  • 価格(税込): 108,000 円
  • 体裁: 210mm×297mm,177pages,soft cover
  • ISBNコード: 978-4-7813-0252-2

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 In endeavors to prevent global warming and conserve the environment, reductions in CO2 emissions have become the challenge to the entire human race and thus whole concept of energy consumption is called into question. In this regard, automobiles that consume fossil fuels in quantity have a significant impact on the global environment, so that the automotive industry is strongly asked to achieve energy saving.
 Active product development has been in progress for the next generation motor vehicles, which include hybrid vehicles (HEVs), plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs) and electric vehicles (EVs), and these vehicles have been attracting attention of the general public as these vehicles are expected to contribute greatly to solve environmental problems by changing the way to consume energy by automobiles.
 One of the core technologies served for the development and dissemination of the next generation vehicles is battery, the energy source to power these vehicles. Li-ion battery has become an essential part of these next generation vehicles and it is conceived that the adequate ground for supplying automotive Li-ion battery has been already completed. Thus, it is very likely for Li-ion battery that it will develop independently as the mainstream battery mounted on HEVs, EVs and PHEVs starting from the replacement battery for Ni-MH battery now installed in HEVs. Presently, nickel-metal hydride (Ni-MH) battery is used in mass-production HEV models, whilst some EV models recently launched for sale have adopted Li-ion battery already, so that it is expected that Li-ion battery will play a major role in the automotive power battery applications by solving its technical and economic challenges.
 As the market for HEVs, PHEVs and EVs is about to grow startlingly, many business enterprises involved in the battery business are concerned with what type of battery will be produced how much and to what extent demand for constituent materials of Li-ion and other batteries would grow.
 In its “Analysis & Demand Forecast on the Materials for Lithium-ion Secondary Battery” (published in May 2009), CMC Research conducted forecast of demand for constituent materials based on the analysis of Li-ion battery, while in this research report we have focused on the automotive secondary battery, which arrested the eye of interested parties very much in our May 2009 report, and have tried to forecast the required amount of constituent materials of Li-ion battery, when the conventional Ni-MH battery is replaced by Li-ion battery.
 Based on several assumptions, in the light of characteristics of battery now adopted in automobiles, trial calculations have been conducted on the required amount of constituent materials at the time when Ni-MH battery is replaced by Li-ion battery. And, we believe in this research report could provide useful and valuable data for engineers in the related industries.

April 2010

Shuichi Sugawara, Technical Analyst, Master of Science, Tohoku University
Kiyoshi Aramaki, Chief Editor, President of CMC Research Co.,Ltd.

目次

1.  Objectives of the Survey and Development Trend of Secondary Battery for HEV and EV Applications
1.1 Objectives and scope of this report
1.1.1 Ni-MH battery captured HEV
1.1.2 Small-sized Li-ion battery: past records and developments
1.1.3 Battery for mass-production vehicles now on the market
1.1.4 Prerequisites and assumptions
1.1.5 Base for calculation
1.1.6 Relevant topics

1.2 Policy and roadmap in Japan and overseas
1.2.1 Economic situation in major countries and the automobile industry
1.2.2 Japan
1.2.3 United States
1.2.4 Europe
1.2.5 Asia

1.3 Development regime for Li-ion battery both in Japan and overseas
1.3.1 Japan
1.3.2 United States
1.3.3 Globalization

2. HEV,PHEV and EV
2.1 Definition of terms, Power and driving scheme
2.2 Power sharing rate between motor and engine
2.3 Fuel economy, VMT and battery capacity
2.3.1 Energy source for motor vehicle
2.3.2 Fuel economy and fuel economy regulations
2.3.3 Fuel economy regulations and efforts to comply with the regulatory requirements
2.3.4 Heavy duty and 4DW hybrids
2.3.5 Battery capacity
2.4 Trend of HEV and EV development by auto makers

3. Line up and Characteristics of Automotive Batteries
3.1 Electric cell
3.1.1 Type and appearance
3.1.2 Design of capacity and comparison
3.1.3 Indication of capacity
3.1.4 Standards for cells
3.1.5 Others

3.2 Voltage (V), Capacity (Ah) and capacity (Wh)
3.2.1 Voltage (V) and capacity (Ah)
3.2.2 Varying discharge voltage
3.2.3 Relationship with SOC
3.2.4 Capacity Wh

3.3 Energy density, Power density and energy regeneration
3.3.1 Definition of terms
3.3.2 Density map
3.3.3 Capacitor and Fuel cell
3.3.4 Characteristics of practical cell
3.3.5 METI plan
3.3.6 Temperature and discharge duration
3.3.7 Amount of effective power and SOC width
3.3.8 Energy regeneration
3.3.9 Input-output characteristics

3.4 Service life of battery
3.4.1 Factors of service life
(1) Factors involved in service life
(2) Parameters for judging service life
1) Capacity retention rate
2) Increase in internal resistance
3) Input/output behavior
(3) Methods to estimate battery service life
(4) Data of service life in real vehicle
(5) Relationship to battery materials
(6) Summary of service life
3.4.2 Low temperature and high temperature characteristics
(1) Low temperature
(2) High temperature
(3) Improvements in high-temperature characteristics
(4) Summary of low- and high-temperature characteristics

3.5 Safety
3.5.1 High-capacity and low-capacity portable Li-ion battery
3.5.2 Safety-related chemicals and test standards
3.5.3 Difference from Ni-MH battery
3.5.4 Safer range for use
3.5.5 Percentage of SOC and safety
3.5.6 Safety on EV and HEV
3.5.7 Safety standards and their test procedures
3.5.8 Other standards
3.5.9 Publication of safety test data
3.5.10 Summary of battery safety

3.6 Sorting out problematic points
3.6.1 Low- and high-capacity batteries and the evolution of applications
3.6.2 Stringent requirements for high-capacity battery
3.6.3 Applications other than automobiles
3.6.4 Safety is the utmost requirement

4. Battery Type and Battery Performance for HEV (Production Vehicle)
4.1 Ni-MH battery mounted on Toyota PRIUS and Honda INSIGHT
4.1.1 Characteristics of Ni-MH battery
4.1.2 Module
4.1.3 Cell configuration, module and unit
4.1.4 Use of cells in series
4.1.5 Ni-MH battery mounted on Honda INSIGHT
4.1.6 Recent cases of Ni-MH battery development

4.2 High-class HEV models and planned product developments by overseas vehicle makers
4.2.1 Smaller HEV models
4.2.2 Drive system for high-class HEV
4.2.3 Battery system for high-class HEV
4.2.4 Li-ion battery for overseas HEV and PHEV
4.2.5 Adoption of new active materials
4.2.6 Sources of development information

4.3 Diesel hybrid (bus and truck)
4.3.1 Hybridization of diesel vehicles
4.3.2 State of development on diesel HEV
4.3.3 Type and characteristics of battery
4.3.4 Hybrid and its drive system
4.3.5 Output sharing ratio between engine and motor
4.3.6 Characteristic design of cells
4.3.7 Cell format
4.3.8 Market for battery

4.4 Battery makers and trend of product development
4.4.1 Ni-MH and Li-ion batteries
4.4.2 Domestic suppliers of Li-ion battery
4.4.3 Overseas makers of Li-ion battery
4.4.4 Overseas suppliers of Li-ion battery (Europe)
4.4.5 Asia

5. Design, Raw Materials and Manufacturing Process for Medium and High-Capacity Li-ion Battery
5.1 Design procedure: Cell > Pack > Unit
5.1.1 Design procedure
5.1.2 Electrode area
5.1.3 Degree of filing in electrode plate

5.2 Setting of cell size Ah and design parameter
5.2.1 Design parameters of cell and design examples
5.2.2 Breakdown of cell weight
5.2.3 Electrode area

5.3 Design margin of practical cell and its process yield
5.3.1 Practically available capacity
5.3.2 Design margin
5.3.3 Process loss

5.4 Specifications and cost of active materials,Outer packaging members and collector foils
5.4.1 Material specifications
5.4.2 Outer package member
5.4.3 Price for raw materials
5.4.4 Stable supply

6. Trial Calculation on Li-ion Battery for HEV
6.1 Trial calculation method and setting of required amount of materials
6.2 Trial calculation on battery for vehicles on the market and for high-class HEV
6.2.1 Trial calculation on Li-ion battery presumed from hybrid models now on the market
6.2.2 Hybrid vehicles now on the market
6.2.3 Estimation based on sales performance data
6.2.4 Estimate of HEV production and sales volume
6.2.5 Material cost of Li-ion battery
6.2.6 Manufacturing cost of battery and related issues

6.3 Car on the market: high-class HEV

6.4 Trial calculation for diesel HEV

7. Trial Calculation on Li-ion Battery for EV and PHEV
7.1 Cell characteristics (conditions for trial calculation)
7.2 Calculation on EV models (Mitsubishi, Subaru, etc.)
7.3 Trial calculation for PHEV (Toyota and other models)
7.4 Trial calculation for battery cost

8. Development of Li-ion Battery Based on New Material System
8.1 Overview
8.1.1 General situation
8.1.2 Practicality

8.2 Cathode materials (Ni/Mn/Co composite systems, etc.)
8.2.1 Lithium iron phosphate
8.2.2 Improvements in cathode composition
8.2.3 Particle morphology of active materials
8.2.4 Active material:its chemical composition and treatment
8.2.5 Suppliers of active materials

8.3 Anode materials (lithium titanate oxide ,etc.)
8.3.1 New anode material
8.3.2 Makers of anode materials

8.4 Chemical materials (electrolyte and additives)
8.4.1 Respondence to large-sized battery
8.4.2 Material makers and cost problems

9. Trial Calculation on Li-ion Battery for EV and PHEV
9.1 Test standards for battery and battery system
9.2 Summary of price and process yield for battery material
9.3 Production and sales data (actual and Estimated) for hybrid vehicles and passenger cars
9.4 List of reference materials

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