Key Takeaways

  • How batteries work (chemical reactions etc.)

  • Battery construction

  • Battery operations (series, parallel, primary, secondary etc.)

  • Battery terminology (Ah, specific gravity, voltaic cell etc.)

  • Different battery designs and types (lead acid, nickel-cadmium, mercury etc.)

  • Battery hazards (shorting, gas generation etc.)

Course curriculum

  • 1
    Introduction
    • 1.1 - Introduction to Batteries
    • 1.2 - How to get the most out of this course
  • 2
    Battery Terminology
    • 2.1 - Battery Terminology
    • 2.2 - Conventional Current
    • 2.3 - Battery
    • 2.4 - 3D Cell vs Battery
    • 2.5 - Electrode
    • 2.6 - Electrolyte
    • 2.7 - Wet and Dry Cells
    • 2.8 - Specific Gravity
    • 2.9 - Ampere-Hour
    • 2.10 - Cranking and Deep Cycle
    • 2.11 - Voltage Conditions
    • 2.12 - Battery Terminology Summary
  • 3
    Battery Construction
    • 3.1 - Battery Construction
    • 3.2 - Posts and Terminals
    • 3.3 - Single Post and Multi-Post
    • 3.4 - Container and Jars
    • 3.5 - Battery Plates
    • 3.6 - Battery Construction Summary
    • 3.7 - 3D Battery Components
    • 3.8 - 3D Battery Example 2
  • 4
    Battery Theory
    • 4.1 - Battery Theory
    • 4.2 - Redox Reaction
    • 4.3 - Electrochemical Cells
    • 4.4 - Galvanic and Electrolytic Cells
    • 4.5 - Discharge and Charging of Lead-Acid Battery
    • 4.6 - Battery Theory Summary
  • 5
    Battery Operations
    • 5.1 - Battery Operations
    • 5.2 - Charge and Discharge
    • 5.3 - Series Cells
    • 5.4 - Parallel Cells
    • 5.5 - Primary Cell
    • 5.6 - Secondary Cells
    • 5.7 - Capacity
    • 5.8 - Battery Cycle and DOD
    • 5.9 - Cycle Life
    • 5.10 - Service Life
    • 5.11 - Shelf Life
    • 5.12 - Detrimental Factors
    • 5.13 - Battery Operations Summary
  • 6
    Types of Batteries
    • 6.1 - Types of Batteries
    • 6.2 - Lead Acid Batteries
    • 6.3 - Carbon-Zinc Cell
    • 6.4 - Alkaline Cell
    • 6.5 - Nickel-Cadmium Cell
    • 6.6 - Edison Cell
    • 6.7 - Mercury Cell
    • 6.8 - Battery Types Summary
  • 7
    Battery Hazards
    • 7.1 - Battery Hazards
    • 7.2 - Shorted Cell
    • 7.3 - Gas Generation
    • 7.4 - Battery Temperature
    • 7.5 - Battery Hazards Summary
  • 8
    Final Thoughts
    • 8.1 - Battery Course Final Thoughts
    • 8.2 - Rate this Course & Continue Learning
  • Author

    saVRee 3D

  • Product Type

    Online Self-pased Course

  • Required Software

    None

  • Level

    Intermediate

  • Duration

    2 hr

Course Description

Batteries are a fundamental part of our society. Batteries are used to:
- Start your car.
- Power your watch.
- Power your laptop.
- Power your smartphone.
- Power emergency lighting.
- Start emergency generators.
- And much much more!

But how do batteries function? Why are there so many different types? And why have they found widespread application in everything from wrist watches to power stations? After completing this course, you will be able answer all of these questions and many more. You will learn:
- How batteries work (chemical reactions etc.).
- Battery terminology (Ah, specific gravity, voltaic cell etc.).
- Battery construction (plates, containers, jars etc.).
- Different battery designs and types (lead acid, nickel-cadmium, mercury etc.).
- Battery hazards (shorting, gas generation etc.).
- Battery operations (series, parallel, primary, secondary etc.).
- And a lot lot more!

The course is designed to take you from zero to hero concerning electric battery knowledge. Even if you already have some background electrical engineering knowledge, this course will serve as an efficient refresher. Whatever your level of understanding, or engineering background (electrical engineering, automobile engineering, power engineering, oil and gas, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering etc.).

Interactive 3D models are used to show you the insides of several batteries and all their main parts. The course is packed with 2D images and high-quality written content. Written content has been read aloud so that you can 'learn on the go' without needing to watch the screen constantly.

I hope to see you on the course!

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