1969-02-01

A Hybrid Battery System for Electric Vehicle Propulsion 690203

A hybrid battery consisting of paralleled air-zinc and nickel-zinc batteries is considered for propulsion of electric vehicles. The operating lives of these couples in relationship to catalyst and separator composition are discussed. Performance data are presented and used to calculate energy density and power density as a function of the relative sizes of the two component batteries.

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