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Author Kularatna, Nihal.

Title Energy storage devices for electronic systems : rechargeable batteries and supercapacitors / Nihal Kularatna.

Publication Info. London : Academic Press., [2015]
2015

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Description 1 online resource : illustrations (some color)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed December 19, 2014).
Summary This book provides the opportunity to expand your knowledge of innovative supercapacitor applications, comparing them to other commonly used energy storage devices. It will strengthen your understanding of energy storage from a practical, applications-based point-of-view, without requiring detailed examination of underlying electrochemical equations. It provides explanations of the latest energy storage devices in a practical applications-based context; includes examples of circuit designs that optimize the use of supercapacitors, and pathways to improve existing designs by effectively managing energy storage devices crucial to both low and high power applications; covers batteries, BMS (battery management systems) and cutting-edge advances in supercapacitors, providing a unique compare and contrast examination demonstrating applications where each technology can offer unique benefits. -- Edited sumary from book.
Contents Front Cover; Energy Storage Devices for Electronic Systems: Rechargeable Batteries and Supercapacitors; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: Energy storage devices-a general overview; 1.1. Introduction; 1.2. Simple fundamentals; 1.2.1. Work, power, and energy; 1.2.2. Impact of the open circuit voltage and internal resistance of an energy source; 1.2.2.1. Maximum power transfer; 1.2.3. Energy wasted inside a source and its heating effect; 1.2.4. Time delays in delivering or transferring energy; 1.2.5. Complex models of ESDs.
1.3. Energy storage in electrical systems1.3.1. Basic electrical components as in-circuit energy storage; 1.3.2. Energy storage options for longer term and infrequent utilization; 1.3.3. Flywheel as an ESD in electrical systems; 1.3.4. Fuel cells; 1.4. Compressed air energy storage; 1.5. Superconductive magnetic energy storage; 1.6. Rapid energy transfer requirements and fundamental circuit issues; 1.7. Technical specifications of ESDs; 1.7.1. Energy and power density; 1.7.1.1. Energy density; 1.7.1.2. Power density; 1.7.1.3. Cycle life; 1.7.1.4. Cyclic energy density.
1.7.1.5. Self-discharge rate1.7.1.6. Charge acceptance or coulombic efficiency; 1.8. Ragone plot; References; Chapter 2: Rechargeable battery technologies: an electronic engineers view point; 2.1. Introduction; 2.2. Battery terminology and fundamentals; 2.2.1. Capacity; 2.2.1.1. Standard capacity; 2.2.1.2. Actual capacity; 2.2.1.3. Available capacity; 2.2.1.4. Rated capacity; 2.2.1.5. Retained capacity; 2.2.2. Peukerts law and the battery capacity; 2.2.3. C rate; 2.2.4. Energy density; 2.2.5. Power density of a battery; 2.2.6. Cycle life; 2.2.7. Cyclic energy density.
2.2.8. Self-discharge rate2.2.9. Charge acceptance; 2.2.10. Depth of discharge; 2.2.11. Battery discharge curves and related terminology; 2.2.11.1. Voltage plateau; 2.2.11.2. Midpoint voltage; 2.2.12. Overcharge; 2.2.13. State of charge (SoC); 2.2.14. State of health; 2.3. Battery technologies: an overview; 2.4. Lead-acid batteries; 2.4.1. Flooded lead-acid batteries; 2.4.2. Sealed lead-acid batteries; 2.4.2.1. Discharge performance of sealed lead-acid cells; 2.4.2.2. Capacity during battery life; 2.4.2.3. Effect of pulse discharge on capacity; 2.4.3. Charging; 2.5. Nickel-cadmium batteries.
2.5.1. Discharge characteristics2.5.2. Charge characteristics; 2.5.3. Voltage depression effect; 2.6. Nickel metal hydride batteries; 2.6.1. Construction; 2.6.2. A comparison between NiCd and NiMH batteries; 2.7. Lithium-based rechargeable batteries; 2.7.1. Construction; 2.7.2. Charge and discharge characteristics; 2.7.3. Li-ion micro batteries; 2.8. Reusable alkaline batteries; 2.8.1. Cumulative capacity; 2.9. Zn-air batteries; Chapter 3: Dynamics, models, and management of rechargeable batteries; 3.1. Introduction; 3.2. Simplest concept of a battery; 3.3. Battery dynamics.
Subject Energy storage.
Electronic systems.
Storage batteries.
Supercapacitors.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Mechanical.
Electronic systems. (OCoLC)fst00907484
Energy storage. (OCoLC)fst00910245
Storage batteries. (OCoLC)fst01133980
Supercapacitors. (OCoLC)fst01742513
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Other Form: Print version: Kularatna, Nihal. Energy storage devices for electronic systems : rechargeable batteries and supercapacitors. London, England : Academic Press, 2015 xiv, 267 pages 9780124079472
ISBN 9780124081192 (electronic bk.)
0124081193 (electronic bk.)
0124079474
9780124079472
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DEBSZ 431864896
DEBSZ 434137979
DEBSZ 434829382
GBVCP 882736108
NZ1 15955867
AU@ 000054999072
CHVBK 519302834
CHNEW 001012619

 
    
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