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Advanced Nanostructured Ceramic Composites for Ultracapacitors

Grant


Scheme


  • Discovery Projects

Abstract


  • To achieve worldwide implementation of energy green technologies it is critical to develop new, powerful and cost effective energy storage devices. The overall project aim is to develop new nano-scaled ceramics and composites for high performance electrochemical or ceramic solid-state ultracapacitors. Advanced nanofabrication technologies will be employed to synthesize a range of materials with high surface area, giant permittivity and low temperature dependence of the dielectric constant. Systems exhibiting single or complex energy storage mechanism will be explored. By study of the electrochemical and dielectric properties in complex nanoceramics we will be able to optimize and improve their capacitance and energy storage performance.

Date/time Interval


  • 2010

Sponsor Award Id


  • DP1093952

Local Award Id


  • 10971

Scheme


  • Discovery Projects

Abstract


  • To achieve worldwide implementation of energy green technologies it is critical to develop new, powerful and cost effective energy storage devices. The overall project aim is to develop new nano-scaled ceramics and composites for high performance electrochemical or ceramic solid-state ultracapacitors. Advanced nanofabrication technologies will be employed to synthesize a range of materials with high surface area, giant permittivity and low temperature dependence of the dielectric constant. Systems exhibiting single or complex energy storage mechanism will be explored. By study of the electrochemical and dielectric properties in complex nanoceramics we will be able to optimize and improve their capacitance and energy storage performance.

Date/time Interval


  • 2010

Sponsor Award Id


  • DP1093952

Local Award Id


  • 10971