Linden's Handbook of Batteries, 4th Edition (Anglais) Relié – 1 décembre 2010
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Présentation de l'éditeur
The most complete and up-to-date guide to battery technology and selection
Thoroughly revised throughout, Linden's Handbook of Batteries, Fourth Editions provides authoritative coverage of the characteristics, properties, and performance of every major battery type. New information on emerging battery systems and their applications is included in this definitive volume. International experts offer unparalleled technical guidance on using leading-edge technologies, materials, and methods in new designs and products, and selecting the most suitable battery for a particular application. All of the in-depth data you need is contained in this comprehensive resource. The book will be useful to graduate students, battery researchers, applications engineers, and all others interested in the state-of-the-art in battery technology.
Linden's Handbook of Batteries, Fourth Edition covers:
- PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
- PRIMARY AND SECONDARY BATTERIES
- SPECIALIZED BATTERY SYSTEMS
- FUEL CELLS AND ELECTROCHEMICAL CAPACITORS
Includes new chapters on:
- Battery modeling
- Battery electrolytes
- Lithium-ion batteries
- Battery selection for consumer electronics
- Batteries for electric, hybrid, and plug-in hybrid vehicles
- Batteries for electrical energy storage systems
- Batteries for biomedical applications
- Button cell batteries
- Batteries for military and space applications, including reserve water-activated and reserve military batteries
- Electrochemical capacitors
Biographie de l'auteur
Thomas Reddy, Ph.D., a pioneer in the lithium battery field, is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School of the University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey. He previously served as Vice President of Power Conversion Inc., (currently Hawker Electracell, Inc.) and Yardney Technical Products, Inc. He continues to serve as a consultant to Yardney and other organizations.
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When I was President of Duracell's New Products and Technology Division, David Linden was working for us at the same time as a consultant. At that time David was working on his second edition. Now I have acquired all 4 editions and can say there are no other reference books on battery and fuel cell technology that are nearly as comprehensive as these books. I have just started using the 4th edition and it contains much needed technology updates on old as well as new battery chemistries. This is absolutely critical because of the substantial R&D investment in battery technologies which has occurred in the last 15 years due to the rapid growth of portable electronics, handheld phones, notebook computers, and, recently, electric vehicles of many types. Tom Reddy has done an outstanding job, carrying on the work of David Linden by collecting and editing all the newest battery technology information. For anyone serious in understanding the complexities of electrochemistry this 4th Edition is a must have.
One note of warning though - it is a collection (but the pieces are very consistent in style etc) - so it is not complete. For example, while it talks of all the various tradeoffs for electrode materials and electrolytes for Lithium Ion cells it does not have any discussion on charging regimes or methods - or details of required protection. But for Lead Acid the charging is very well described.
Frank Jamerson, Ph.D.
Electric Battery Bicycle Company