2014 IEEE Conference and Expo Transportation Electrification Asia-Pacific (ITEC Asia-Pacific) 2014
DOI: 10.1109/itec-ap.2014.6940931
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“…Several other cooling strategies utilizing a low boiling point liquid have also been demonstrated [103,104]. The cooling of a module of ten batteries with spacers made of porous material has been experimentally investigated.…”
Section: Liquidmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Several other cooling strategies utilizing a low boiling point liquid have also been demonstrated [103,104]. The cooling of a module of ten batteries with spacers made of porous material has been experimentally investigated.…”
Section: Liquidmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These include taking advantage of the latent heat of vaporization through the use of heat pipes, or using evaporative heat transfer fluids in direct contact with the cells. [15][16][17][18][19] Additionally, solid to liquid phase change materials have been investigated, some employing a slurry of small particles of emulsified paraffin, and some employing carbon sheets impregnated with a phase change material. …”
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“…These include taking advantage of the latent heat of vaporization through the use of heat pipes, or using evaporative heat transfer fluids in direct contact with the cells. [15][16][17][18][19] Additionally, solid to liquid phase change materials have been investigated, some employing a slurry of small particles of emulsified paraffin, and some employing carbon sheets impregnated with a phase change material. [20][21][22] Degradation of lithium-ion batteries is very complicated, with various interdependent mechanisms contributing to both capacity loss (capacity fade) and increased resistance (power fade).…”
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“…BTMSs can be categorized into active and passive modes 3,4 . The active BTMSs circulate air or liquid through fans or pumps in cooling channels to extract the heat generated by batteries, while the passive BTMSs manage battery heat generation without consuming supplementary energy, and the examples include phase change materials cooling, 5‐10 hydrogel cooling, 11‐13 and boiling liquid cooling 14‐16 . As the modern trend toward increasing batteries' power density and fast charging performance, that is, higher C rates (for example, 2 C indicates the current that can fully charge or discharge a battery in 1/2 hour), the parasitic heat generation in batteries can increase, which poses extra challenges on the BTMSs.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%