Advanced Batteries: Materials Science Aspects

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Springer Science & Business Media, Nov 9, 2008 - Technology & Engineering - 474 pages
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Storage and conversion are critical components of important energy-related technologies. "Advanced Batteries: Materials Science Aspects" employs materials science concepts and tools to describe the critical features that control the behavior of advanced electrochemical storage systems.

This volume focuses on the basic phenomena that determine the properties of the components, i.e. electrodes and electrolytes, of advanced systems, as well as experimental methods used to study their critical parameters. This unique materials science approach utilizes concepts and methodologies different from those typical in electrochemical texts, offering a fresh, fundamental and tutorial perspective of advanced battery systems.

Graduate students, scientists and engineers interested in electrochemical energy storage and conversion will find "Advanced Batteries: Materials Science Aspects" a valuable reference.

 

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This is a magnificient reference book for engineers working toward electrification of transportation
vehicles by using advanced batteries like lithium-polymer (Li-Po) and lithium-ion (Li-Ion) in
high power applications. Having the opportunity of developing the 42-volt automobile electrical system based on the 42 volt Li-Po battery computer modeling and simulation program working togerher
with some of the nation's brightest engineers specializing in the fields of battery, generator, and power electronics technologies I am in the position of declaring that this is by far the best book in
the materials sciences and technologies for advanced batteries.
Yilmaz Sahinkaya, Ph.D., P.E.
 

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