- Start: 01/10/2023
- End: 30/09/2027
The overall objective of the ARMS project is to integrate graphene-rich bio-based carbon materials and graphene-decorated carbon fibers, and to develop scalable and cost-effective atomic layer deposition (ALD) manufacturing technology to fabricate sustainable supercapacitors with high energy densities (> 50 Wh/kg) comparable to batteries without sacrificing the power density and cycle life to open opportunities to establish a new value chain for supercapacitor manufacturing.
The consortium will achieve this goal by a combination of factors, working in a coordinated fashion: process modification to enable production of high-graphene-content porous carbon for printed flexible energy storage, conformal graphene coating onto carbon fibres for structural supercapacitors, decoration of both types of electrodes with ultra-thin conformal ALD coating of MnO2 and Fe2O3 for increased stability and voltage window (to be scaled up to roll-to-roll), and development of novel, environmentally-friendly electrolytes.
The energy storage devices enabled by this work will be integrated into two use-case demonstrators to show the viability of the concept: 1) a wireless sensor device powered a printed flexible supercapacitor, and 2) a drone powered by structural supercapacitors which are simultaneously structural parts of the drone.
- Sectors: Aeronautical, Automotive, Drones
- Financing programme: HORIZON EUROPE
- R&D&i: Coating technology, Materials under extreme conditions, Multimaterial systems
- Leader: Tampere University
- Partners: AIMEN Centro Tecnológico, Fundación CIDETEC, KTH, Innocell ApS, Institute of Solid State Physics, University of Latvia, Latvian State Institute of Wood Chemistry (LSIWC), University of Southern Denmark (SDU), Beneq Oy, CHALMERS TEKNISKA HOGSKOLA AB, Lynxdrone
- Acronym: ARMS
- Ambit: International