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Vol 4, No 2 (2017): Autumn (November)

 

AG/ZN BATTERIES IN HIBRID AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS


Tibor Dobján Dr. Kósa János Árpád

Abstract

Nowadays people develops and uses electrical vehicles. Electrical cars can be seen everywhere in the roads. Making electrical aircraft is a more complex problem. In this paper we would like to introduce the reader into the world of electrical aircraft systems. There are some basic definitions about the topic. The lithium based batteries are compared with the silver- zinc batteries. Because of safety issues Ag/Zn batteries are preferred.


Keywords

Keywords: Silver-zinc batteries, Ag/Zn battery applications, Aircraft batteries, Battery safety requirements, More Electric Aircraft,


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