New separators for nickel-zinc batteries
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1976 - Technology & Engineering - 18 pages
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50-percent depth Ag/Zn alkaline battery ampere asbestos bags asbestos substrate Astropower bags Astropower cell Astropower formula calcium silicate CaSiOg cell construction cell designated cell test cells contained 35-wt Cells operated CELLS Start date cells were reconditioned CG-AF cycle lives CYCLE TEST RESULTS depth of discharge elec electric vehicles electrolyte electrolyte-flooded electrolyte-starved condition energy density evaluated factory equipment Failure analysis failure mode fillers flexible I/O separators free zinc mixture fuel-cell-grade asbestos impregnated heat sealed improved flexible inorganic inorganic-organic separator Kraton G laboratory lead titanate lead-acid battery Lewis Research Center microporous polypropylene film NASA negative electrodes Ni/Zn battery Ni/Zn cells Ni/Zn system nickel electrode Nickel-Zinc Batteries nonwoven polypropylene Number of cycles organic additive percent polyethylene foam tape polyphenylene oxide positive electrodes PPO polymer separator bags separator costs SEPARATOR IN NICKEL-ZINC separator materials square meter starved condition U-fold uncoated newsprint wraps of Celgard zinc dendrite zinc electrode Zinc oxide