The journal paper on the ‘Analysis of Polypropylene-based Aluminium-air Battery’ can be viewed here.
Weng Cheong Tan1, Lip Huat Saw1*, Ming Chian Yew1, Dongyang Sun2, Zuansi Cai2, Wen Tong Chong3 and Pei-Yu Kuo4
- 1Lee Kong Chian Faculty of Engineering and Science, UTAR, Kajang, Malaysia
- 2School of Engineering and The Built Environment, Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
- 3Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- 4Department of Forestry and Natural Resources, National I-Lan University, Yilan City, Taiwan
Global energy demand is rising due to the rapid development and adoption of new technologies in every sector. Hence, there is a need to introduce a clean energy source that does not cause damage to the environment. Aluminium-air battery with its high theoretical specific volumetric capacity is an exciting alternative for post-lithium energy storage and has been at the forefront of energy research for years. Read more here.