Zincbromine battery for energy storage
Singh, P. and Jonshagen, B. (1991) Zincbromine battery for energy storage. Journal of Power Sources, 35 (4). pp. 405-410.
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The performance of a 2 kW, 10 kW h zincbromine battery is reported. The battery uses new carbon/PVDF bipolar electrodes and a circulating polybromide/aqueous zincbromine electrolyte. A turn-around efficiency of 65–70% is achieved. Disclosure is also given of an innovative non-flowing-electrolyte cell. This system is less complex and, hence, gives increased reliability and a higher return efficiency. A 25 A h single cell has completed over 400 cycles (100% depth-of-discharge) with a total return energy efficiency of over 75%. Such technology is extremely attractive for remote-area power-supply applications.
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|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences|
|Copyright:||© 1991 Published by Elsevier B.V.|
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