The ampere-hours discharged from a cell or battery at a given rate divided by the available capacity under the same specified conditions. Usually expressed as a percent.
A value to express the state of discharge of a battery. The depth of discharge is generally expressed by the ratio of discharge amount to rated capacity of the battery
Capacity removed from a battery as compared to its actual capacity. It is expressed in percentage.
The percent of rated capacity to which a cell or battery is discharged.
The Amp Hours removed from a cell or battery expressed as a percentage of the rated capacity. E.g., the removal of 25 Ah from a fully charged 100 Ah rated battery results in a 25% depth of discharge.
A measure of how much energy has been withdrawn from a battery, expressed as a percentage of full capacity. A 100 Ah battery from which 30 Ah has been withdrawn has undergone a 30% depth of discharge (DOD). This term is the inverse of state of charge (SOC); the example battery would be at 70% SOC.
The ratio of the capacity delivered by a battery at time t during discharge to its total capacity available under specified conditions.
The ratio of the ampere-hours discharged from a battery to the available capacity measured at the same temperature and discharge rate.
The portion of the nominal capacity from a cell or battery taken out during each discharge cycle, expressed in percent. Shallow depth of discharge is considered as 10% or less, deep depth of discharge is considered 50% or more.
Frequently expressed as a percentage. It is the amount of capacity removed from a cell or battery during discharge.
The ratio of the quantity of electricity (usually in ampere-hours) removed from a cell/battery on discharge to its rated capacity (usually expressed in %).
the amount of energy (expressed in percentage of its rated capacity) withdrawn from a battery, a battery bank or a cell.
the amount of energy withdrawn from a battery or cell expressed as a percentage of its rated capacity.
The relative amount of energy withdrawn from a battery relative to how much could be withdrawn if the battery were discharged until exhausted.
The amount of energy that has been removed from a battery (or battery pack). Usually expressed as a percentage of the total capacity of the battery. For example, 50% depth of discharge means that half of the energy in the battery has been used. 80% DOD means that eighty percent of the energy has been discharged, so the battery now holds only 20% of its full charge.
The ampere-hours removed from a fully charged battery, expressed as a percentage of rated capacity.
The amount of energy or charge removed from the battery bank, usually expressed as a percentage. A depth of discharge of 0% indicates a fully-charged battery, and a depth of discharge of 100% indicates a fully-discharged battery.
The percent of the rated battery capacity that has been withdrawn.