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Workplace for measuring capacity and rate-capability characteristics of lithium-ion batteries
Cápal, David ; Máca, Josef (referee) ; Libich, Jiří (advisor)
This master's thesis deals with the issues of lithium-ion batteries, describing common types of commercial lithium-ion batteries, their advantages, disadvantages, and characteristic properties. The thesis focuses in more detail on the influence of temperature on the characteristics of lithium-ion battery. The thesis describes the design and construction of a workplace for measuring capacity and rate-capability characteristics of lithium-ion batteries at low and high temperatures. The thesis also describes the implementation of a cooling and heating module using a system based on Peltier devices.
Home micro-wind power plant
Šmol, Vojtěch ; Máca, Josef (referee) ; Vyroubal, Petr (advisor)
The master´s thesis deals with the construction of micro wind power plants in domestic conditions. Firstly, theory about wind is discussed. In next part, the types of wind turbines and their parameters are listed. Furthermore, the design and production of a domestic micro wind turbine, the design of blades, hubs, brakes and speed sensors are addressed. Furthermore, the design and production of a synchronous generator with permanent magnets produced using 3D printing is carried out. Results from generator testing are shown. In the next part of the thesis, the issue of MPPT controllers is solved, the principle of operation, hardware and software and the results of testing are clarified. The last part deals with the testing of wind power plants in simulated conditions and in real operation.
Sodium-ion batteries: research of carbon based negative electrode materials
Homolka, Tomáš ; Máca, Josef (referee) ; Libich, Jiří (advisor)
This work focuses on the research of hard carbon as a promising negative electrode material for sodium-ion batteries. The first part deals with electrochemical cells and their development in general. Then lithium-ion cells, their history and the materials currently used are mentioned. The next section discusses sodium-ion cells, their development so far, current issues and differences compared to lithium-ion cells, as they appear to be one of the promising post-lithium technologies with the potential for rapid commercialization. In the practical part, properties of some material samples are tested with a focus on their capacity and coulombic efficiency.
Comparison of different types of commercial lithium-ion batteries and their properties under low temperature
Bičák, Tomáš ; Máca, Josef (referee) ; Libich, Jiří (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the issue of lithium-ion batteries. Describes development, technologies and materials used. The diploma thesis describes the operating principle, characteristics, advantages and disadvantages. The work is focused on the characteristic properties of commercial lithium-ion batteries under standard conditions and at reduced temperatures. At reduced temperatures, changes in properties due to low temperatures are observed. Furthermore, in this work they compare the measured values with the values given by the manufacturers.
The effect of temperature on the charging and discharging characteristics of lithium-ion batteries
Doleželová, Eva ; Máca, Josef (referee) ; Libich, Jiří (advisor)
This thesis deals with operation principles of lithium-ion batteries, its degradation principles, capacity fade, materials used, formats, main characteristics, development, uses and mid to high temperature behaviour. The thesis aims to study aging characteristics of commercially available lithium-ion batteries. In the practical part of the thesis, the key parameters of selected types of commercially available lithium-ion batteries were measured under normal temperature conditions. The measurement was repeated at an elevated temperature. Results were analysed and effects of different temperatures on the selected characteristics were concluded both verbally and graphically. A conclusion evaluates short-term and long-term impacts of ambient temperature on rate capability, ageing, capacity fade and longevity.
Study of the ecological impact of production, operation and disposal of various types of cars
Los, Marek ; Máca, Josef (referee) ; Jaššo, Kamil (advisor)
The life cycle of a car includes three basic phases: production, operation and end-of-life. All these phases can potentially produce emissions that have a direct impact on the environment. However, different types of cars may produce different amounts of emissions during the life cycle phases, depending not only on the type of propulsion but also on local factors such as the emission factor of the energy mix. The results of the research showed that the potential environmental benefit of lower GHG emissions of battery electric vehicles depends primarily on the emission factor of the energy mix. In countries such as Poland, where the majority of electricity produced is generated by burning coal and lignite, the life cycle environmental performance of battery cars will be higher than that of combustion cars. Conversely, in countries with a favourable energy mix, such as Sweden, the potential to reduce transport emissions by replacing the existing car fleet with electric cars is significant. Furthermore, four reference vehicles are proposed for which life cycle GHG emissions are calculated using the proposed calculation method using local emission factors.
Temperature dependence of negative electrode capacity for sodium - ion batteries
Šátek, Dominik ; Libich, Jiří (referee) ; Máca, Josef (advisor)
This work focuses on sodium-ion batteries. It describes the basic principles of accumulators, focusing more on secondary cells, their electrodes, especially negative electrodes. The work is lightly based on the basics of lithium-ion batteries. The practical part of the work is the production of negative electrodes Na2Ti3O7, which are further measured at three different temperatures. These measurements are then evaluated.
Electrolytes for sodium - ion batteries using ionic liquids
Suský, Stanislav ; Zatloukal, Miroslav (referee) ; Máca, Josef (advisor)
The content of this work deals with a theoretical search of sodium-based batteries. The first part of the work contains an introduction to the issue of batteries, contains basic concepts, principles of secondary batteries. In the second part, the basic three divisions of sodium batteries according to the design principles are discussed in more detail. He also deals with the theory of ionic liquids. Their mechanical, thermal and electrical properties and the method used to measure electrolytes are described here. The practical part describes the measurement procedure, displays the recorded measured values and their evaluation.
Deposited layers based on lead and cobalt for Li-ion batteries
Dorotík, David ; Libich, Jiří (referee) ; Máca, Josef (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the principles of operation of lithium ion batteries and their properties when using deposited thin films. The thesis is mainly focused on the formation of thin films using the electrolytic method and subsequently testing the properties of the thin film in an electrochemical cell. The test criteria are mainly the value of the capacity of the prepared electrode and the impact of cycling on the electrode layer itself, where the deposited layer is assessed before cycling and after cycling on an SEM microscope..
Thin-film systems
Kuchařík, Jan ; Máca, Josef (referee) ; Zatloukal, Miroslav (advisor)
This bachelor thesis concerns to create of thin films on various types of substrates. In the theoretical parts is an overview of the formation of thin films using several techniques. The thesis contains an overview of substrate cleaning processes before the deposition of layer plates and tools for evaluating their properties. Finally, the masking method is discussed. In the experimental part, the acquaintance with the NP - 12 sputtering device and the production of samples took place. The adhesion of the produced samples was evaluated. Electrolysis of samples with titanium coated followed. Finally, the silicon substrate was masked.

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