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Workplace for measuring electrochemical potential of metals
Cápal, David ; Kazda, Tomáš (referee) ; Libich, Jiří (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis describes the issues related to corrosion in electrical engineering. Thesis describes corrosion itself, historical mentions and causes. It also deals in deatail with electrochemical corrosion and the behavior of ions at the electrode-electrolyte interface together with the redox processes that accompany them. This thesis describes the origin and use of these electrochemical reactions as a way of creating electrochemical potential in liquid electrolytes at the metal-electrolyte interface. Thesis also describes measuring methods and evaluation of measured results using polarization curves and Tafel diagrams.
Workplace for measuring capacity and rate-capability characteristics of lithium-ion batteries
Cápal, David ; Máca, Josef (referee) ; Libich, Jiří (advisor)
This master's thesis deals with the issues of lithium-ion batteries, describing common types of commercial lithium-ion batteries, their advantages, disadvantages, and characteristic properties. The thesis focuses in more detail on the influence of temperature on the characteristics of lithium-ion battery. The thesis describes the design and construction of a workplace for measuring capacity and rate-capability characteristics of lithium-ion batteries at low and high temperatures. The thesis also describes the implementation of a cooling and heating module using a system based on Peltier devices.
Workplace for measuring electrochemical potential of metals
Cápal, David ; Kazda, Tomáš (referee) ; Libich, Jiří (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis describes the issues related to corrosion in electrical engineering. Thesis describes corrosion itself, historical mentions and causes. It also deals in deatail with electrochemical corrosion and the behavior of ions at the electrode-electrolyte interface together with the redox processes that accompany them. This thesis describes the origin and use of these electrochemical reactions as a way of creating electrochemical potential in liquid electrolytes at the metal-electrolyte interface. Thesis also describes measuring methods and evaluation of measured results using polarization curves and Tafel diagrams.

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