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Lithiumionen-Batterien

  • Peter Kurzweil
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Zusammenfassung

Lithiumbatterien gelten als Stand der Technik für vielfältige portable Anwendungen bis hin zu Elektroantrieben. Wiederaufladbare Lithiumionen-Akkumulatoren, engl. secondary batteries, unterscheiden sich von den nicht wiederverwendbaren Primärbatterien. Dennoch wird Begriff „Lithiumbatterie“ für Akkumulatoren gebraucht. Das Kapitel beleuchtet den Stand der Technik von den heutigen Materialien, Technologien und Herstellverfahren bis zur jüngsten Forschung. Betriebsverhalten, Alterung, messtechnische Überwachung und Modellierung von Lithiumionen-Batterien wird eingehend betrachtet.

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  • Peter Kurzweil
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  1. 1.Technische Hochschule Amberg-Weiden (OTH)AmbergDeutschland

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