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Could anybody point out some publications that deal specifically with the ventilation of lithium-ion batteries during off-gassing and how the ventilation should be controlled?
I am familiar with FM Global Loss Prevention Datasheet, and NFPA 855, and I went through some publications such as FIA, however from those I only get that there should be sufficient ventilation.
I am more interested in the off-gas detection part of the design.
The ventilation should be turned on and ESS turned off at the first sign of explosive gasses, but what gasses should those be?
H2, CO, C2H4, CH4, or all mentioned in a combination?
Not sure how to proceed in this.
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