Long Wet Stand Silver Oxide-Zinc Cell Tests (Phase 1)
Interim rept. Jul 1971-Jun 1975
AIR FORCE AERO PROPULSION LAB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH
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Specially built twenty ampere-hour, silver oxide-zinc cells were stored wet and charged at different temperatures for up to two years to determine capacity retention as a function of storage time and separator material. A total of 505 cells were fabricated using two to four layers of RAI P-2291 4060 or four layers of Fibrous Sausage Casing FSC as the separator material. Prior to storage, the cells were electrically conditioned and their capacities measured. Cells with each type of separator were then stored at 70F, 115F, and 150F and their capacities checked periodically.
- Electrochemical Energy Storage