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The High Energy Lithium Battery System in Electric Vehicle Propulsion
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published February 01, 1968 by SAE International in United States
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Event: Mid-Year Meeting
A direct attack on the air pollution problems identified with the cities is to replace the internal combustion engine vehicle with one that is emission free. This paper deals with a small electric vehicle, designed for urban and suburban use, powered by batteries that are sealed off from the atmosphere. The power supply consists of a lithium/nickel fluoride, nonaqueous battery for total energy requirements, and a bipolar nickel/cadmium battery for the power required during acceleration and hill climbing. The object of this hybrid battery system is to obtain performance characteristics not available by either battery alone.
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CitationSeiger, H. and Lyall, A., "The High Energy Lithium Battery System in Electric Vehicle Propulsion," SAE Technical Paper 680454, 1968, https://doi.org/10.4271/680454.
- TenniswoodD. M. and GraetzelH. A.. Paper No. 670177 presented at the SAE Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 1967.
- SeigerH. N., LyallA. E., and CharlipS., “Bipolar Nickel-Cadmium Cells for High Energy Pulses,” J. Spacecraft and Rockets, Vol. 4, No. 8 (August 1967), 974-977.