DESIGN STRATEGIES TO MITIGATE THE HAZARD OF BUTTON CELL BATTERY ELECTRICAL BURN INJURIES

by:CTECHi     2019-12-10
Background with the increase in the number of toys and other consumer goods that need to use the button battery, there are more and more opportunities for children to access the button battery.
Objects that children often have in their mouths may inadvertently swallow.
Intake of batteries or insertion into the nasal or external auditory canal may cause serious injury due to burns caused by discharge.
The purpose/target/purpose can use a variety of risk mitigation strategies to reduce the likelihood of these injuries, including reducing accessibility to the battery or redesigning the battery itself.
Strategies for disaster reduction were discussed and assessment methods were proposed.
Methods review the data of battery damage and identify the various existing battery modes that reduce the risk.
The methods of risk assessment were discussed.
The comparative potential release of current between battery/shell designs was measured using animal carcass tissue.
Results/results the existing battery design, depending on the power and surface contact area, continues to cause burns to animal carcass tissues of different severity.
Meaning/contribution to the field although there are still some problems to be solved in order to economically manufacture button batteries and/or shells that reduce the risk of electrical burns, this study shows that a viable solution to this problem is possible.
Background with the increase in the number of toys and other consumer goods that need to use the button battery, there are more and more opportunities for children to access the button battery.
Objects that children often have in their mouths may inadvertently swallow.
Intake of batteries or insertion into the nasal or external auditory canal may cause serious injury due to burns caused by discharge.
The purpose/target/purpose can use a variety of risk mitigation strategies to reduce the likelihood of these injuries, including reducing accessibility to the battery or redesigning the battery itself.
Strategies for disaster reduction were discussed and assessment methods were proposed.
Methods review the data of battery damage and identify the various existing battery modes that reduce the risk.
The methods of risk assessment were discussed.
The comparative potential release of current between battery/shell designs was measured using animal carcass tissue.
Results/results the existing battery design, depending on the power and surface contact area, continues to cause burns to animal carcass tissues of different severity.
Meaning/contribution to the field although there are still some problems to be solved in order to economically manufacture button batteries and/or shells that reduce the risk of electrical burns, this study shows that a viable solution to this problem is possible.
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