Battery Safety and Abuse Tolerance, Issue 19
Daniel H. Doughty
The Electrochemical Society, 2008 - Science - 49 pages
Safety of batteries and electrochemical capacitors has taken on more importance for battery manufacturers, government regulators as well as system integrators. Papers in this issue describe all aspects of battery and electrochemical capacitor safety, including new materials and their reactivity, decomposition reactions that generate heat and gas, the role of separators in abuse response and battery pack design.
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Analysis of Battery Safety and Hazards Risk Mitigation
InSitu Thermal Investigation of LiMn2O4Li4Ti5O12 Lithium Ion Cells
Abuse Response of 18650 LiIon Cells with Different Cathodes Using
Identification of the Source of Evolved Gas in LiIon Batteries by Using 13C
13C-labeled 300 Temperature abuse conditions Abuse Test abuse tolerance AC impedance anode anode and cathode ARC profiles baseline Battery Management System Battery Safety cathode chemistries cathode components cathode material Celgard cell chemistries cell heat cell temperature charge and discharge charge process coin cell contactor cycling decomposition detect discharge process EC:PC:DMC electrochemical performance Electrochemical Society electrodes Electrolyte-2 Entek ethylene carbonate Evolved Gas explosion FreedomCAR full cell gas evolution gas species gases GC/AED Gen3 cell half cells Hazard Modes Hazard Risk Number heat output heating rates high-rate HMRMA Hybrid Electric Vehicles increase ion batteries Kapton Li-ion cells LiCoO2 LiFePO4 likelihood level LiPF6 lithium lithium ion batteries lithium-ion batteries MCMB/Li measured non-solvent overcharge shuttle Plug-In Hybrid potential reaction rate reduced Risk Space Sample Assembly shown in Figure shutdown temperature solvent spinel spinel structures storage Table Technology thermal abuse response thermal ramp apparatus thermal runaway Tonen USABC voltage ÁJ/sec