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Lithium ion battery technology
Course:- Electrical Engineering
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The paper discusses about the Lithium air battery in which detailed reactions of Lithium with air including nonaqueous as well as aqueous are given. Li- ion technology including Li-ion battery model in simulink and Sim power systems is discussed in detailed.

This paper inhibits:

I. INTRODUCTION

II. ADVANTAGES AND LIMITATIONS OF LITHIUM ION BATTERY

III. LITHIUM AIR BATTERY

IV. LI-ION BATTERY MODEL IN SIMULINK AND SIM POWER SYSTEMS

V. A DETAILED LOOK OF THE MODEL

VI. CONCLUSION

VII. REFERENCES




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