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The status of qualification of a new separator system for advanced aerospace battery cells

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4 Author(s)
Scoles, D.L. ; Eagle-Picher Ind. Inc., Joplin, MO, USA ; Hayden, J.W. ; Pickett, D.F., Jr. ; Rao, G.M.

A nickel cadmium cell system which utilizes a polypropylene separator impregnated with polybenzimadazole, and which shows promise of providing an aerospace battery with performance equivalent to Super NiCd, and yet is more cost effective, is described. Background information, cell construction information, detailed test program information and data, and status of qualification are given

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Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:11 ,  Issue: 7 )