Recent publications 2018 - to date


Hua X, Zhang T, Offer GJ, Marinescu M, 2019, Towards online tracking of the shuttle effect in lithium sulfur batteries using differential thermal voltammetry. In Journal of Energy Storage 21, Pages: 765–772.

Wild M, Offer G, 2019, Lithium sulfur batteries. Hoboken, NJ, USA: John Wiley & Sons. ISBN: 978-1119297864

Cleaver T, Kovacik P, Marinescu M, Zhang T Offer G, 2018, Perspective—Commercializing Lithium Sulfur Batteries: Are We Doing the Right Research?, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, Vol: 165, Pages: A6029-A6033

Hunt I, Zhang T, Patel Y, Marinescu M, Purkayastha R, Kovacik P, 2018, The Effect of Current Inhomogeneity on the Performance and Degradation of Li-S Batteries, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, Vol: 165, Pages: A6073-A6080. 

Marinescu M, O’Neill L, Zhang T, Walus S, Wilson TE, Offer GJ, 2018, Irreversible vs Reversible Capacity Fade of Lithium-Sulfur Batteries during Cycling: The Effects of Precipitation and Shuttle, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, Vol: 165, Pages: A6107-A6118. 

Walus S, Offer G, Hunt I, Patel Y, Stockley T, Williams J, Purkayastha R, 2018, Volumetric expansion of Lithium-Sulfur cell during operation – Fundamental insight into applicable characteristics, Energy Storage Materials, Vol: 10, Pages: 233–245. 

Zhang T, Marinescu M, Walus S, Kovacik P, Offer GJ, 2018, What Limits the Rate Capability of Li-S Batteries during Discharge: Charge Transfer or Mass Transfer?, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, Vol: 165, Pages: A6001-A6004.

Improving the performance of Li-S cells in real conditions

Presentation at LISM3 2017

Improving the performance of Li-S cells in real conditions, a model-informed approach

Development of the first model of a LiS cell that can simulate behaviour during both charge and discharge and accounts for precipitation, dissolution and kinetic limitations.

Open access publicationand Matlab code: A zero dimensional model of lithium-sulfur batteries during charge and discharge