About the Efficiency of Charging and Discharging Processes in Lithium-Ion Accumulators

A good battery capacity is a key factor and has never been so important due to the enormous increase in energy demand. This can be investigated by means of thermal analysis. Read our latest application note about the investigation of a rechargeable LiR 2032 coin cell at different temperatures and different charging rates with the Coin Cell Module of the MMC 274 Nexus®.

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Energy storage has never been so important due to the climate change and the enormous increase in energy demand. A good battery capacity is a key factor here. This can be investigated by means of thermal analysis. By detecting the heat loss during charging and discharging, it is possible to evaluate the performance of a battery.

The NETZSCH Multiple Module Calorimeter (MMC) 274 Nexus® offers three different measurement

Modules. The ARC Module can be used for so-called heat-wait-search (HWS) tests or thermal runaway tests; the Scanning Module is suited for such applications as the evaluation of endothermic or exothermic phase transitions as well as thermal hazard screening; and the Coin Cell Module is specialized for the investigation of batteries.

Photo: The NETZSCH Multiple Module Calorimeter (MMC) 274 Nexus®

Read our latest application note about the investigation of a rechargeable LiR 2032 coin cell at different temperatures and different charging rates with the Coin Cell Module of the MMC 274 Nexus®.

Learn more about

  • Determination of the battery status and its influential factors
  • Illustration by means of the “ton model”
  • Energy losses during charging and discharging
  • Evaluation of the measurement results with the NETZSCH Proteus® software

Download Application Note free of charge: LINK AN 231

Find more information about MMC here: Multiple Module Calorimeter (MMC) – Products – NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing

Visit also our new website NETZSCH Energy Solutions and inform yourself about total solutions of the NETZSCH Group for battery applications, from grinding and dispersing of battery materials, stable and contamination free pumping to stability, charging and discharging efficiency and even recycling.
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