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Title: Lithium Battery Space Experiment
Authors: Chmielewski, A. B.
Surampudi, R.
Bennett, R.
Frank, H.
Mueller, R.
Issue Date: 31-Jul-1995
Citation: chmielewski, A. B. et al. Lithium Battery Space Experiment, AIAA, Energy Conversion, Orlando, FL., July 1995.
Abstract: The In-Space Technology Experiments Program selected the Jet Propulsion Laboratory to conduct a Phase A study of the Lithium Battery Experiment. The experiment will mark the first time a rechargeable lithium battery will be flown in space. The operation of the battery involves lithium deposition and dissolution processed. Micro gravity influences these processes significantly. The experiment will check the rate capability, discharge voltage, capacity and the phenomena affecting cycle life. The paper describes the design and methodology of this experiment.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/29861
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