http://www.globalsources.com/gsol/I/NiMH-battery/p/sm/1003019930.htm
Anyone heard of these guys? --T _______________________________________________ For subscription options, see http://lists.sjsu.edu/mailman/listinfo/ev |
good find but doing the math on the weight it's 28Wh/kg. there are lead
acids outthere at over 50Wh/kg and I believe the typical LA is around 35Wh/kg they would have to be very cheap and or live very long to be of interest I'm afraid. heavier than lead acid is bad :) Dan Timothy Balcer wrote: > http://www.globalsources.com/gsol/I/NiMH-battery/p/sm/1003019930.htm > > Anyone heard of these guys? > > --T > > _______________________________________________ > For subscription options, see > http://lists.sjsu.edu/mailman/listinfo/ev > > _______________________________________________ For subscription options, see http://lists.sjsu.edu/mailman/listinfo/ev |
On 8/11/07, Dan Frederiksen <[hidden email]> wrote:
> good find but doing the math on the weight it's 28Wh/kg. there are lead > acids outthere at over 50Wh/kg and I believe the typical LA is around > 35Wh/kg > they would have to be very cheap and or live very long to be of interest > I'm afraid. heavier than lead acid is bad :) > > Dan ...wow. I didn't notice that. That's odd, to say the least. _______________________________________________ For subscription options, see http://lists.sjsu.edu/mailman/listinfo/ev |
Notice, "for starting diesel engines." Toyota Prius cells aren't very high
in wh/kg either. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Timothy Balcer" <[hidden email]> To: "Electric Vehicle Discussion List" <[hidden email]> Sent: Saturday, August 11, 2007 11:36 PM Subject: Re: [EVDL] 60ah NiMH > On 8/11/07, Dan Frederiksen <[hidden email]> wrote: >> good find but doing the math on the weight it's 28Wh/kg. there are lead >> acids outthere at over 50Wh/kg and I believe the typical LA is around >> 35Wh/kg >> they would have to be very cheap and or live very long to be of interest >> I'm afraid. heavier than lead acid is bad :) >> >> Dan > > ...wow. I didn't notice that. That's odd, to say the least. > > _______________________________________________ > For subscription options, see > http://lists.sjsu.edu/mailman/listinfo/ev _______________________________________________ For subscription options, see http://lists.sjsu.edu/mailman/listinfo/ev |
In reply to this post by Dan Frederiksen-2
That's not heavier than lead acid!
Well, it depends on discharge properties. But, a "60 AH" lead acid will produce significantly less than 60AH at high discharge due to Peukert's. And then there's a matter of how far you're willing to discharge your lead acid due to lifespan considerations. Traditionally NiMH has not had problems with being deeply discharged and do not suffer voltage sag at partial charge states which would reduce the available power as well as limiting the usable capacity. Actually these spec sheets say "0.2C" as their standard discharge, for all we know it may not even be capable of high power discharges. Anyhow, the 20 hr capacity lead-acid figure is irrelevant for EV use, rather we need to compare the capacity in EV duty. A 60AH lead acid might only have 30 usable AH whereas a 60AH NiMH might have pretty much all 60AH usable. So if the lead-acid is 35Wh/kg, that's only 17.5Wh/kg of USABLE power density, making the NiMH considerably more dense. Danny Dan Frederiksen wrote: >good find but doing the math on the weight it's 28Wh/kg. there are lead >acids outthere at over 50Wh/kg and I believe the typical LA is around >35Wh/kg >they would have to be very cheap and or live very long to be of interest >I'm afraid. heavier than lead acid is bad :) > >Dan > >Timothy Balcer wrote: > > >>http://www.globalsources.com/gsol/I/NiMH-battery/p/sm/1003019930.htm >> >>Anyone heard of these guys? >> >>--T >> >>_______________________________________________ >>For subscription options, see >>http://lists.sjsu.edu/mailman/listinfo/ev >> >> >> >> > >_______________________________________________ >For subscription options, see >http://lists.sjsu.edu/mailman/listinfo/ev > > > _______________________________________________ For subscription options, see http://lists.sjsu.edu/mailman/listinfo/ev |
Free forum by Nabble | Edit this page |