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Discharge profile of a zinc-air flow battery at various electrolyte flow rates and discharge currents

Abstract : Nowadays, due to global warming stemming from excessive use of fossil fuel, there is considerable interest in promoting renewable energy sources. However, because of the intermittent nature of these energy sources, efficient energy storage systems are needed. In this regard, zinc-air flow batteries (ZAFBs) are seen as having the capability to fulfill this function. In flow batteries, the electrolyte is stored in external tanks and circulated through the cell. This study provides the requisite experimental data for parameter estimation as well as model validation of ZAFBs. Each data set includes: current (mA), voltage (V), capacity (mAh), specific capacity (mAh/g), energy (Wh), specific energy (mWh/g) and discharge time (h:min:s.ms). Discharge data involved forty experiments with discharge current in the range of 100-200 mA, and electrolyte flow rates in the range of 0-140 ml/min. Such data are crucial for the modelling and theoretical/experimental analysis of ZAFBs.
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Ali Abbasi, Soraya Hosseini, Anongnat Somwangthanaroj, Rongrong Cheacharoen, Sorin Olaru, et al.. Discharge profile of a zinc-air flow battery at various electrolyte flow rates and discharge currents. Scientific Data , Nature Publishing Group, 2020, ⟨10.1038/s41597-020-0539-y⟩. ⟨hal-02908387v2⟩



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