Nail penetration test
Modeling Nail Penetration Process in Large-Format Li-Ion Cells
Lithium-ion batteries and other secondary batteries are equipped with protective elements and protective circuits for safety. Nail penetration testing is a type of safety testing done to simulate internal short-circuiting. Along with nail penetration testing, ESPEC also provides a.
The nail penetration test has been widely used across the battery industry and battery-user community to assess lithium-ion battery safety. The Relationship of.
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Description:About NETZSCH Introduction Batteries based on lithium ion technology provide several benefits in portable power applications, thanks to their superior performance aspects over other technologies. However, the possibility for thermal runaway to take place both under normal situations and in situations of mishandling is one of the key disadvantages of such energy storage devices and raises concern over their safety. Contact of the highly reactive cell components with oxygen, short circuits, and overcharging are the damage mechanisms that have the potential to discharge the whole amount of energy stored in the device within a few minutes or even seconds. This may result in spontaneous increase in temperature. Moreover, combustion of the battery components may occur when they come into contact with oxygen due to mechanical damage. Hence, care must be taken to ensure the safety of such devices.