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Sammanfattning : The phenomenon of runaway occurs in plasmas in the presence of a strong electric field, which overcomes the collisional friction acting on the charged particles moving through the plasma. A subpopulation of particles can then be accelerated to energies significantly higher than the thermal energy. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Runaway electrons can be generated as a consequence of the rapid thermal quench of the plasma in a tokamak disruption. If the time scale of this cooling is short compared to the collision time in the tail of the electron velocity distribution, incomplete thermalisation of this tail leads to a burst of runaway production. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Despite the many advantages with lithium-ion batteries there can be disadvantages in form of safetyissues. In an abuse situation a Li-ion cell can undergo a thermal runaway releasing excessive heat,flammable and toxic gas emissions and eventually accompanied by dissembling/explosion and fire. LÄS MER
4. Lithium-ion Battery Safety - Assessment by Abuse Testing, Fluoride Gas Emissions and Fire PropagationDetta är en avhandling från Gothenburg : Chalmers tekniska högskola
Sammanfattning : Lithium-ion batteries offer high energy and power densities as well as long life time but have a more narrow stability window compared to other battery types and contain reactive and flammable materials. In case of overheating the battery cell can release gas (vent) and, at temperatures of about 150-200 °C, a so called thermal runaway can occur, that is a rapid self-heated temperature increase which is typically accompanied with a large release of smoke and gas, fire and a potential cell case explosion or gas explosion. LÄS MER
- Detta är en avhandling från Luleå : Luleå tekniska universitet
Sammanfattning : Drying wood with microwave energy is not so common, but could be a complement to conventional air circulation drying due to the possibility of drying wood faster than with conventional drying methods with preserved quality. An industrial-scale, on-line microwave drier for wood components is under development at the Division of Wood Physics. LÄS MER