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Parametric and cycle tests of a 40-AH bipolar nickel-hydrogen batteryThe performance of a 12 V, 40 ampere-hour bipolar battery during various charge current, discharge current, temperature, and pressure operating conditions is investigated. The cell voltages, temperatures, ampere-hours, and watt-hours derived from the charge/discharge cycle tests are studied. Consideration is given to battery voltage and discharge capacity as a function of discharge current, the correlation between energy delivered on a discharge and battery temperature, battery voltage response to pulse discharges, and the voltage-temperature relationship. The data reveal that the bipolar Ni-H battery is applicable to high power systems.
Cataldo, R. L. (NASA Lewis Research Center Cleveland, OH, United States)
August 13, 2013
January 1, 1986
Spacecraft Propulsion And Power