What are the important manifestations of the battery short-circuit phenomenon?
The short circuit of the battery refers to the connection of the positive and negative electrodes inside the battery. The battery short-circuit phenomenon is mainly manifested in the following aspects: (1) The open circuit voltage is low, and the closed circuit voltage (discharge) quickly reaches the termination voltage. (2) When discharging with high current, the terminal voltage drops to zero rapidly. (3) When the circuit is open, the electrolyte density is very low, and the electrolyte will freeze in a low temperature environment. (4) When charging, the voltage rises very slowly and always keeps a low value (sometimes it drops to zero). (5) When charging, the temperature of the electrolyte rises very quickly. (6) During charging, the electrolyte density of the battery rises slowly or hardly changes. (7) No bubbles or gas appear late when charging. Disclaimer: Some pictures and content of articles published on this site are from the Internet. If there is any infringement, please contact to delete. Previous: How about the correct use of electric vehicle batteries?