Dynamic Considerations in the Design of Batteries with Intercalation Cathodes
The performance of a battery at a given load is to a considerable extent determined by the rate capability of the electrochemical system relative to the applied load. This can conveniently be expressed as a ratio between time constants: Θ/T, where T is the stoichiometric discharge time at the required load and Θ is a characteristic magnitude for the battery, depending on the transport and electrochemical rate constants and the geometry of the electrode configuration.
KeywordsDischarge Curve Porous Electrode Plane Electrode Lead Acid Batterie Electrical Potential Gradient
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