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Dr Musbahu Muhammad
Dr Pierrot Attidekou
Dr Mohamed Ahmeid
Dr Zoran Milojevic
Dr Prodip Das
et al.
Assessment of spent EV batteries for second-life application2019
Dr Musbahu Muhammad
Dr Pierrot Attidekou
Dr Mohamed Ahmeid
Dr Zoran Milojevic
Dr Simon Lambert
et al.
Batteries Second-Use Performance and Characterization2019
Dr Zoran Milojevic
Dr Mohamed Ahmeid
Dr Musbahu Muhammad
Dr Pierrot Attidekou
Dr Simon Lambert
et al.
Electro-Thermal Behaviour of Large Size Li-Ion Batteries from End of Life EV Module2019
Dr Musbahu Muhammad
Dr Pierrot Attidekou
Dr Mohamed Ahmeid
Dr Zoran Milojevic
Dr Simon Lambert
et al.
Sorting of Spent Electric Vehicle Batteries for Second Life Application2019
Dr Mohamed Ahmeid
Dr Musbahu Muhammad
Dr Zoran Milojevic
Dr Simon Lambert
Dr Pierrot Attidekou
et al.
The Energy Loss Due to Interconnections in Paralleled Cell Configurations of Lithium-IonBatteries in Electric Vehicles2019
Dr Pierrot Attidekou
Chen Wang
Dr Matthew Armstrong
Dr Simon Lambert
Professor Paul Christensen
et al.
A new time constant approach to online capacity monitoring and lifetime prediction of lithium ion batteries for Electric Vehicles (EV)2017
Dr Simon Lambert
Dr Matthew Armstrong
Chen Wang
Dr Pierrot Attidekou
Professor Paul Christensen
et al.
A rapid non-destructive-testing technique for in-line quality control of Li-ion batteries2017
Professor Paul Christensen
Dr Pierrot Attidekou
Professor Russ Egdell
Supandee Maneelok
Professor David Manning
et al.
The identification of the mechanism of electrocatalytic ozone generation on Ni/Sb-SnO22017
Professor Paul Christensen
Dr Pierrot Attidekou
Professor Russ Egdell
Supandee Maneelok
Professor David Manning
et al.
An in-situ FTIR spectroscopic and thermogravimetric analysis study of the dehydration and dehydoxylation of SnO2: the contribution of the (100), (110) and (111) facets2016
Dr Pierrot Attidekou
Dr Simon Lambert
Dr Matthew Armstrong
Dr James Widmer
Professor Keith Scott
et al.
A study of 40 Ah lithium ion batteries at zero percent state of charge as a function of temperature2014