Volume 2: Heat Transfer in Multiphase Systems; Gas Turbine Heat Transfer; Manufacturing and Materials Processing; Heat Transfer 2016
DOI: 10.1115/ht2016-7475
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Abstract: Lead-Acid battery was the earliest secondary battery to be developed. It is the battery that is most widely used in applications ranging from automotive to industrial storage. Nowadays it is often used to store energy from renewable energy sources. There is a growing interest to continue using Lead-Acid batteries in the energy systems due to the recyclability and the manufacturing infrastructure which is already in place. Due to this rising interest, there is also a need to improve the efficiency and extend th… Show more

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“…In this test case, the discharge behavior of a lead‐acid cell under two constant current densities of −10mA/cm 2 and −40mA/cm 2 at the operating temperature of 21.7°C is studied. The second cell, called Cell‐M, corresponds to the experimental study of Munoz‐Carpio et al . which is used for validation of results under the constant current density −3.696 mA/cm 2 and operating temperature of 25°C.…”
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confidence: 93%
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“…In this test case, the discharge behavior of a lead‐acid cell under two constant current densities of −10mA/cm 2 and −40mA/cm 2 at the operating temperature of 21.7°C is studied. The second cell, called Cell‐M, corresponds to the experimental study of Munoz‐Carpio et al . which is used for validation of results under the constant current density −3.696 mA/cm 2 and operating temperature of 25°C.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 93%
“…In this test case, the discharge behavior of a lead-acid cell under two constant current densities of −10mA/cm 2 and −40mA/cm 2 at the operating temperature of 21.7°C is studied. The second cell, called Cell-M, corresponds to the experimental study of Munoz-Carpio et al 46 which is used for validation of results under the constant current density −3.696 mA/cm 2 and operating temperature of 25°C. The third cell (Cell-G) corresponds to the onedimensional discharge simulations of Gu et al 10 Their simulation results were reportedly to be in good agreement with general motors experimental data; hence, it is used for verification and indirect validation.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%