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Evaluation Of Temperature Influence on Lead-Acid Battery Properties
Langer, Martin ; Zimáková, Jana (referee) ; Bača, Petr (advisor)
This work deals with lead-acid batteries, their properties and individual types that are available on the market. The temperature dependences of the battery parameters at different ambient temperatures and at different discharging and charging modes are measured here. The theoretical part of the work deals with electrochemical cells in general, description of their main parts and principles of operation. The work analyzes the types of batteries used, their advantages and negatives. In the case of a lead-acid battery, its internal structure and the function of the electrodes and the electrolyte are taken into account. Furthermore, a description of individual possible negative phenomena that take place in lead-acid batteries and contribute to the end of their service life is included. In the practical part, 6 batteries are tested at different charging currents, which provides information about their behavior both during discharge and at the time of charging. During the experiments, testing is not only performed at room temperature, but the batteries are also exposed to high temperatures up to 75 ° C.
Temperature changes in different designs of lead-acid batteries
Langer, Martin ; Libich, Jiří (referee) ; Bača, Petr (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with lead accumulators, the possibilities of their division and the basic reactions that take place inside taking into account the design features of individual types. Both exothermic and endothermic reactions taking place at the electrode-electrolyte interface, as well as the heating of the accumulator caused by Joule losses on its internal resistance, are then discussed in more detail. However, the charging reaction is also accompanied by other internal processes of the accumulator, which are related to electrolysis, recombination of water and polarization resistance. A calorimeter made of expanded polystyrene and a measuring center with external temperature sensors are used to quantify the degree of causation of temperature changes of individual processes. In the thesis, the rate of heat loss through the walls of the calorimeter is subsequently evaluated and used to calculate the total thermal energy during cycling.
Evaluation Of Temperature Influence on Lead-Acid Battery Properties
Langer, Martin ; Zimáková, Jana (referee) ; Bača, Petr (advisor)
This work deals with lead-acid batteries, their properties and individual types that are available on the market. The temperature dependences of the battery parameters at different ambient temperatures and at different discharging and charging modes are measured here. The theoretical part of the work deals with electrochemical cells in general, description of their main parts and principles of operation. The work analyzes the types of batteries used, their advantages and negatives. In the case of a lead-acid battery, its internal structure and the function of the electrodes and the electrolyte are taken into account. Furthermore, a description of individual possible negative phenomena that take place in lead-acid batteries and contribute to the end of their service life is included. In the practical part, 6 batteries are tested at different charging currents, which provides information about their behavior both during discharge and at the time of charging. During the experiments, testing is not only performed at room temperature, but the batteries are also exposed to high temperatures up to 75 ° C.

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