New and advanced materials processing technologies for batteries

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Oak Ridge National Laboratory is developing new and advanced materials processing technologies for batteries. These can lead to new battery concepts of which one might be an inherently safe, low-cost, high-performance all solid state battery.

Developments include new material handling and advanced assembling technologies...new ways of depositing materials and creating coatings...

...new advanced photonic processing for drying, sintering or solidification.

Commercial industry, under the pressure of operating at high production yield, cannot take a step back from currently available processing technologies to create new concepts, designs and develop new low-cost and reliable technology with uncertain outcomes.

Universities have very limited capabilities in doing large scale process development.

National laboratories need to fill these roles.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory has a major focus on new process development for a variety of applications and will help industry re-invent materials processing and device assembling for advanced batteries.

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