'Depth of Discharge,' from 100-percent state of charge (SOC), in a battery or battery system.[to top
Date of discharge
Depth of discharge. the amount of energy (expressed in percentage of its rated capacity) withdrawn from a battery, a battery bank or a cell.
The percentage that a battery is discharged from a fully charged condition.
Depth of Discharge. The percent of rated capacity to which a cell or battery is discharged.
Depth of Discharge. The percent of the rated battery capacity that has been withdrawn. (See Battery State of Discharge)
Depth of Discharge: discharged part (in %) of the battery capacity (DoD = 100% - SoC) 10 10 hours discharge current (at which a battery is completely discharged in 10 hours) x hours discharge current (at which a battery is completely discharged in x hours)
Depth Of Discharge. The ampere-hours removed from a fully charged battery, expressed as a percentage of rated capacity.
Depth of Discharge. The ratio of the capacity delivered by a battery at time t during discharge to its total capacity available under specified conditions.
Depth of Discharge. 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.