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Proceedings of the 2011 American Control Conference
This paper shows how the principle of neutron radiography can be used to quantify the critical physical state of lithium concentration across battery electrodes at steady-state conditions (after a long relaxation time or small load) as a first step in this important effort to measure in-situ battery physical states and validate electrochemical battery models. A model of the expected loss in beam intensity after passing through the different layers of a battery pouch cell is constructed based ondoi:10.1109/acc.2011.5990883 fatcat:pskg6otubjgydfk4vs3rr77pgq