Marcus Johansen

Doctoral Student at Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Materials and manufacture

Marcus Johansen is a PhD student in the area of Structural Composite Batteries. More specifically, his research focuses on characterisation of lithium ions effect on carbon fibres.The goal is a composite material of carbon fibre reinforced polymer, which both can hold chemical energy and endure mechanical load. Imagine the doors and hood of a car storing energy!This research area is of interest for aeronautic and automotive industry, where weight savings has strong connections to energy efficiency. Structural Composite batteries can lead the way for new lightweight and electric vehicles.


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Characterization of the adhesive properties between structural battery electrolytes and carbon fibers

Johanna Xu, Wilhelm Johannisson, Marcus Johansen et al
Composites Science and Technology. Vol. 188
Journal article

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Towards multifunctional batteries – insights into carbon fibres in dynamic electrochemical and mechanical processes

Fang Liu Materials and manufacture
Marcus Johansen Materials and manufacture
Leif Asp Material and Computational Mechanics
Swedish Energy Agency

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