Experimental data of three lithium-ion batteries under galvanostatic discharge tests at different rates and temperatures of operation

Published: 3 March 2021| Version 3 | DOI: 10.17632/68jkb7x6t4.3
Contributors:
Edoardo Catenaro,
Simona Onori

Description

Hardware: • Arbin Instruments LBT21024 and Arbin measurement system; • IncuMax IC-500R thermal chamber Arbin Instruments LBT21024; • T-type thermocouple sensor, Omega. Software: • MITS Pro software and Data Watcher. The Arbin system supplies the user-defined current to the battery and measures voltage and surface temperature responses. Once the battery is fully charged (after the CC-CV protocol), a galvanostatic discharge profile is applied until the voltage cutoff limit is reached (2.5V for NCA and NMC, 2V for LFP chemistry). The type-T thermocouples are placed at the center location and measure the battery skin temperature. The ambient temperature is controlled by the user via the thermal chamber.

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Stanford University

Categories

Lithium Battery, Battery Types, Lithium Batteries Performance

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