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Adaptive passive balancing in battery management system for e-mobility

Publication Type : Journal Article

Publisher : International Journal of Energy Research

Source : International Journal of Energy Research, Volume 45, Number 7, p.10752-10764 (2021)

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Keywords : EIS test, electric vehicle, Equivalent circuit model, Lithium-ion battery, Nyquist plot

Campus : Bengaluru

School : School of Engineering

Department : Electrical and Electronics

Year : 2021

Abstract : Summary Balancing the lithium-ion battery pack is essential to enhance the energy usage and life cycle of the battery. This paper analyses passive cell balancing method of Li-ion battery for e-mobility application based on the energy loss and cost estimation through simulation and hardware implementation. As a part of the simulation, an electrical equivalent circuit battery model is developed and model parameters are obtained using electrochemical impedance spectroscopy test. The experimented passive balancing topologies include a switched shunting resistor circuit with appropriate control logic. Final voltage-based balancing algorithm is implemented to balance the cells at high state of charge. Experimental results are compared against the theoretical investigation. Based on the outcome of this experiment, the most significant characteristics of the passive balancing system can be developed by considering the impact on the battery performance, energy loss, and cost.

Cite this Research Publication : T. Duraisamy and Dr. K. Deepa, “Adaptive passive balancing in battery management system for e-mobility”, International Journal of Energy Research, vol. 45, pp. 10752-10764, 2021.

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