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9 July 2002 Electron-beam-directed vapor deposition of multifunctional structures for electrochemical storage
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Multifunctional structures are those, which combine load- bearing support in addition to additional functions such as mechanical actuation, distributed power supply or thermal management. Electron beam - directed vapor deposition technology has been used to investigate deposition methodologies for two multifunctional battery concepts: a linear/truss base nickel - metal hydride and a fiber based solid-state Li+ ion multifunctional battery. Porous nickel coatings for the cathodes and porous rare earth metal coatings based on La and Ni or Ti and Zr for the anodes are being investigated for the nickel - metal hydride system; where LiV2O5, LiPON, and Sn3N4 are being investigated for the Li+ ion based system. Electron beam - directed vapor deposition is being used for deposition of all cathode/anode structures to provide an economical method for the development of these novel multifunctional structures.
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Douglas T. Queheillalt, Derek D. Hass, and Haydn N. G. Wadley "Electron-beam-directed vapor deposition of multifunctional structures for electrochemical storage", Proc. SPIE 4698, Smart Structures and Materials 2002: Industrial and Commercial Applications of Smart Structures Technologies, (9 July 2002); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.475066
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