CVD is an industrially competitive technology and the most promising way to produce high quality, high yield and large scale nanostructured composite materials. To maintain the production cost of materials competitive, CFD simulations take place to eliminate unexpected deformation of the coated surface. Every aspect of the reactor is simulated to keep the cost of the production-experimentation low since beforehand we are able to approach the optimal characteristics of the electrodes.

Design and implementation of a large scale, low cost, simple, one-step and novel CVD system that enables the production of high-performance electrodes with high yield uniformity, noble efficiencies, yet with a significant reduction in maintenance and operational costs.
Nanostructured Materials from Solutions

The use of solution based procedures is performed for the growth of materials as powders and coatings on a range of substrates. Fully customized reactors are utilized and adjusted to experimental, pre-industrial and industrial scale through extensive computational studies.

Understanding of the solution based processes through fully customized reactors to solve problems related with flexible devices.
Scaling-up Prediction

Limitation for scaling-up results of processed materials in the market has boosted our research towards the chemical vapour deposition approach, since it can play an important role in the large-scale production of devices. CFD studies of materials properties and interactions are performed in numerous tests and environments to maintain a sustainable design that will uphold robust properties and the optimum characteristics of the materials per surface area.

Battery Test

Cyclic voltammetry is utilized in dry systems to measure the specific power and the charge-discharge cycle time along with the electrochemical impedance spectroscopy for the evaluation of cation kinetics and the understanding of the mechanisms taking place in the electrode-electrolyte interface.

High-precision battery test systems with 24 channels are available for battery charge/discharge tests. The measurements are accompanied with independent temperature sensor electrodes to perform capacity fade models.