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Classification of Accumulators

An accumulator is a device that can store energy and release it when needed. They can be classified based on the way energy is stored and released, as well as their working principles. The following are some common classifications of accumulators:
Mechanical accumulator:
Spring accumulator: Utilizing the elasticity of springs to store and release energy, commonly used in manual tools and some mechanical devices.
Heavy hammer accumulator: stores gravitational potential energy by lifting the heavy hammer, and releases energy by the fall of the heavy hammer during release.
Electrochemical accumulator (battery):
Lithium ion battery: A common type of battery in modern electronic devices, with high energy density and long lifespan.
Lead acid batteries: used in fields such as emergency power sources and vehicle starting systems.
Supercapacitors (supercapacitors): capable of efficiently storing and releasing charges, with high power density but relatively low energy density.
Compressed air accumulator:
Using compressed air to store energy and release spatiotemporal air to drive mechanical devices through methods such as turbines or pistons.
Thermal energy accumulator:
Molten salt heat storage device: stores heat in molten salt and stores and releases heat energy through melting and solidification.
Molten salt heat storage device: used in solar power generation systems, etc., capable of collecting heat energy during the day and releasing heat energy at night.
These types of energy storage devices play important roles in various fields and applications, such as industrial production, power systems, transportation, and renewable energy.



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