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Thermographic imaging of electrochemical double layer capacitors during cycling charging - discharging 0 - 2,7 V at 1281 mA. Sample J51, run #2.

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Dataset contains thermal images of prototype electrochemical double layer capacitor taken during cyclic charging - discharging. The sample was charged to 2,7 V and discharged to 10 mV by constant current 1098 mA.  Sample J51, experiment run #2.   The current is extremely high for this type of sample to accelerate ageing processes.
The images were taken with thermographic camera VigoCAM V50. The sample was covered by black graphite paint to ensure uniform surface emission. For sample charging and discharging the ATLAS 1361 MPG&T was used.
The sample is in a form of triplex envelope (6 cm x 7 cm) with active structure (2,5 cm x 4 cm) inside and electrodes contacts at one of envelope edge.
The ASCII text data file consists of images acquired within a fixed period of measurement, T = 60 sec. The recorded image is a matrix containing 388 x 288 temperature data. Each image is preceded with header with image number, date and time of acquisition.

Dataset file

PJ_5_1_1281mA_2V7_S2.txt
789.3 MB, S3 ETag 98bbfcd98529260f36dce6fde7792a11-2, downloads: 4
The file hash is calculated from the formula
hexmd5(md5(part1)+md5(part2)+...)-{parts_count} where a single part of the file is 512 MB in size.

Exaple script for calculation:
https://github.com/antespi/s3md5

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License:
CC BY
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Raw data:
Data contained in dataset was not processed.

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Year of publication:
2021
Verification date:
2021-09-27
Dataset language:
English
Fields of science:
  • Automation, electronic and electrical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
DOI:
DOI ID 10.34808/w1dd-j026 open in new tab
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Series:
Verified by:
Gdańsk University of Technology

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