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08/20/2020 HYU News > Academics

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Professor Chung Yun-suk’s Joint Research Team Develops Digital Twin Modeling Technology

Making a lifelike solid-state battery in a virtual space has become possible

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Hanyang University's Department of Energy Engineering's Professor Chung Yun-suk’s research team and DGIST Professor Lee Yong-min's research team jointly succeeded in developing a high-reliability digital twin solid-state battery model.

The Digital Twin is a technology that copies the exact same material in a virtual space. Through this technology, the research teams copied a sulfide system solid-state battery, which is difficult to deal with in a natural environment, in a virtual space. They have made possible copying a real battery in a virtual space to analyze physical phenomena that happen inside the battery and to predict changes in property according to diverse designs.

Through this research outcome, the research teams provided a clue to advancing the commercialization of solid-state batteries and explained that they are expecting to spread as a platform for other electrodes and battery systems.

This research was carried out with the support of the climate change response plan technology development business and the future materials discovery project promoted by the Ministry of Science & ICT and the National Research Foundation of Korea. The research results were published in an international journal in the field of energy materials, Advanced Energy Materials on July 26th.
 
▲Digital Twin solid-state electrode and the real solid-state electrode <photo by: DGIST>


 

 
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