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"NiMH" references for the Electrical Engineer
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|Battery Technology Handbook
Description: Handbook from Harding Energy introduces the reader to various types of battery technologies and their tradeoffs.
Author(s): Harding Energy Inc.
URL: http://www.hardingenergy.com/ techmanual.htm
For some reason, you must download individual chapters one at a time - there no single link for the entire handbook. Other than that one nit, it appears to be a useful resource with lots of useful information.
- Comparison of Applications
- Principles of Operation and Construction
- Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH)
- Nickel Cadmium
- Lithium Ion
- Lithium Polymer
- NiMH & NiCd Battery Pack Design
Out of 65 pages total, there appears to be roughly 50 pages of generic (vendor independent) information on battery technology packed into this handbook.
, Nickel Metal Hydride
, Nickel Cadmium
, Lithium Ion
, Lithium Polymer
, battery technology
, discharge rates
Submitter: EE HomePage Editorial Staff
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