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3D Modelling and Study of Electrochemical Characteristics and Thermal Stability of Commercial Accumulator by Simulation Methods

Originální název

3D Modelling and Study of Electrochemical Characteristics and Thermal Stability of Commercial Accumulator by Simulation Methods

Anglický název

3D Modelling and Study of Electrochemical Characteristics and Thermal Stability of Commercial Accumulator by Simulation Methods

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The real battery was discharged by different currents and its discharge characteristics were measured by a potentiostat. At the same time, this cell was scanned with a thermographic camera in order to verify its heating. Discharge characteristics and battery heating were subsequently simulated by using a physical-mathematical model. Deviations between the simulation and the measurement results obtained during heating by high current flow were very small - between 1 and 5 %.

Anglický abstrakt

The real battery was discharged by different currents and its discharge characteristics were measured by a potentiostat. At the same time, this cell was scanned with a thermographic camera in order to verify its heating. Discharge characteristics and battery heating were subsequently simulated by using a physical-mathematical model. Deviations between the simulation and the measurement results obtained during heating by high current flow were very small - between 1 and 5 %.

BibTex


@article{BUT121830,
  author="Petr {Vyroubal} and Tomáš {Kazda} and Jiří {Maxa} and Jiří {Vondrák} and Marie {Sedlaříková} and Jiří {Tichý} and Radoslav {Cipín}",
  title="3D Modelling and Study of Electrochemical Characteristics and Thermal Stability of Commercial Accumulator by Simulation Methods",
  annote="The real battery was discharged by different currents and its discharge characteristics were measured by a potentiostat. At the same time, this cell was scanned with a thermographic camera in order to verify its heating. Discharge characteristics and battery heating were subsequently simulated by using a physical-mathematical model. Deviations between the simulation and the measurement results obtained during heating by high current flow were very small - between 1 and 5 %.",
  chapter="121830",
  howpublished="online",
  number="11",
  year="2016",
  month="february",
  pages="1--13",
  type="journal article"
}