Spray drying by rotary atomization of lithium-ion battery materials
What to condsider when using spray drying to produce materials for Li-ion batteries
Anders Bo Jensen, GEA Niro
Over the years, the demand to energy density and performance of batteries from new applications has led to the development of new generations of batteries, including secondary lithium-ion batteries. These batteries are foreseen to play an important role in the electric vehicle market, which is predicted to grow significantly in the coming years. For this reason, there is an intense race among leading manufacturers worldwide for developing proprietary Li-ion batteries with superior performance characteristics....
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