thermal energy, calorimeter, electric vehicle, thermodynamic calculations
A battery calorimeter was built for the measurement of thermal energy generation of high-temperature lithium–aluminum/iron sulfide battery cells, which are under development for electric vehicle propulsion and other energy storage applications. The calorimeter was designed with a temperature range of 400˚–500˚C, a detection limit of 1 mW, and an upper limit of heat flow of 50 W. The results of measurements on 200-Ah LiAl/FeS cells were in excellent agreement with the predictions of thermodynamic calculations based on precise measurements of the total cell polarization and the temperature coefficient of the emf. Details of the construction and operation principles of this calorimeter are given.
Original Publication Citation
Hansen, L. D., R. H. Hart, D. M. Chen, and H. F. Gibbard."High-temperature battery calorimeter." Review of Scientific Instruments 53 (1982): 53-56.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Hansen, L. D.; Hart, R. H.; Chen, D. M.; and Gibbard, H. F., "High-temperature Battery Calorimeter" (1982). Faculty Publications. 763.
Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Chemistry and Biochemistry
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