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Some Constraints on the Reuse of Li-ion Batteries in Data Centers

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Abstract

The development of rechargeable electrochemical sources, especially those based on Li-ion technology, has opened the way for their use in various fields ranging from electronics and IT to electric cars. New ideas appear, such as using replaced the batteries from electrical vehicles in the development of energy storage devices for critical consumers such as Data Centers. New uses impose detecting the unfavorable operating conditions which may endanger the power supply of Data Centers. This paper, by modeling and simulation, analyzes some particular problems of Li-ion batteries that appear due to the differences in state of charge of the cells.

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