1. Sulfation in lead–acid batteries
Henry A. Catherino Fred F. Feres Francisco Trinidad ARL—European Research Office, United States Army, 223 Old Marylebone Road, London NW1 5TH, UK Exide Technologies, P.O. Box 214410, 2750 Auburn Road, Auburn Hills, MI 48321-4410, USA TUDOR Research Laboratory, Exide Technologies, CTRA. N-11 km 42, E-19200 Azuqueca de Henares (Guadalajara), Spain Available online 4 February 2004.
2. Development of additives in negative active-material to suppress sulfation during high-rate partial-state-of-charge operation of lead–acid batteries
Ken Sawai Takayuki Funato Masashi Watanabe Hidetoshi Wada Kenji Nakamura Masaaki Shiomi Shigeharu Osumia GS Yuasa Manufacturing Ltd., Kyoto, Japan GS Yuasa Corporation Ltd., Kyoto, Japan Received 1 August 2005, Accepted 27 January 2006, Available online 24 March 2006
3. Identification and remediation of sulfation in lead-acid batteries using cell voltage and pressure sensing
Ying Shi Christopher A. Ferone Christopher D. Rahn Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, 150A Hammond Building, University Park, PA 16802, United States Received 19 June 2012, Revised 3 August 2012, Accepted 6 August 2012, Available online 13 August 2012.