Battery Systems Engineering by Christopher D. Rahn

By Christopher D. Rahn

Content material:
Chapter 1 creation (pages 1–10):
Chapter 2 Electrochemistry (pages 11–22):
Chapter three Governing Equations (pages 23–48):
Chapter four Discretization equipment (pages 49–87):
Chapter five method reaction (pages 89–118):
Chapter 6 Battery approach types (pages 119–160):
Chapter 7 Estimation (pages 161–189):
Chapter eight Battery administration platforms (pages 191–229):

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The second term accounts for diffusion of the charged particles associated with concentration gradients. The distribution of charged particles throughout the domain affects the electric field (∂φe /∂ x) and the potential distribution. The final term is the flux of current from the solid phase. 38) except with the opposite sign. All of the current fluxing from the solid phase goes into the electrolyte phase and vice versa. The electrolyte saturates the negative electrode, separator, and positive electrode of a battery cell.

2013 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Published 2013 by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 24 Battery Systems Engineering Mk , sk , and z k but produce the same number of electrons n. Conservation of charge requires that sk z k = −n. 2) because z k = 0 for the uncharged species. For Li-ion and Ni–MH batteries there is only one charged species (unary electrolyte), so sz = −n. Pb–acid cells have a binary electrolyte with two charged species, so s+ z + + s− z − = −n. 1) involve the production and consumption of electrons.

The current produced by a cell is related to the consumption of active material by Faraday’s law. 1) k where, for the species k, Mk is the symbol for the chemical formula, sk is the stoichiometry, and z k is the charge number. In general, the reactions at the anode and cathode have different Battery Systems Engineering, First Edition. Christopher D. Rahn and Chao-Yang Wang. © 2013 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Published 2013 by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 24 Battery Systems Engineering Mk , sk , and z k but produce the same number of electrons n.

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