Certificate of Registration Media number Эл #ФС77-53688 of 17 April 2013. ISSN 2308-6033. DOI 10.18698/2308-6033
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Investigation of the energy characteristics of special purpose batteries

Published: 18.06.2014

Authors: Klimenko G.K., Sorokin M.I.

Published in issue: #2(26)/2014

DOI: 10.18698/2308-6033-2014-2-1204

Category: Engineering | Chapter: Power engineering

Using LabVIEW software package we designed an installation for automated investigation of the energy and electrical parameters of different types of batteries. The purpose of this research is to predict changes in their capacity when operating at various load currents with different cycle parameters. We developed the algorithm for research, testing and further analysis of the information received. The objects of the study were three types of batteries: Ni-Cd, Ni-MH, Li-Ion. These types of batteries are the most common and allow us to show the differences of the objects under study on a number of parameters. We obtained the results, showing different characteristics and parameters of the objects, allowing to organize and simplify the selection of the type of battery according to the original data and operating conditions, depending on the needs of the consumer. The algorithm of this study is applicable for a wide variety of batteries with a large range of capacitances.

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