Technological Developments in Batteries: A Survey of Modelling, Estimation, and Management Strategies for EV Application
Publication Year: 2021
Author(s): Ravali GG, Narasimha Raju K
In electric vehicles, battery technology is widely used as an energy storage system (ESS) (EVs). Although large-scale battery ESS such as Pb-acid, NiCd, and Li-ion batteries are commercially accessible today, the primary challenges are longevity, dependability, affordability, and safety. Nonetheless, technical advancements are advancing research into future batteries such as metal-air and flow batteries. This study compares features of various battery technologies. Besides, the prerequisite condition for efficient battery operation is accurate cell model that reflects hysteresis, aging, and thermal effects to characterise real-world performance. Furthermore, the successful operation of EV depends on accurate state-of-charge (SOC) estimation, the key task to be performed by battery management system (BMS). This paper presents various SOC estimation techniques considering the major nonlinearities and many unknown errors. Thus, the analysis emphasises many key issues, challenges, and recommendations for developments in SOC estimation and enhancement of battery management systems for future EVs.
Source of Publication: International Journal of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles
Vol/Issue: 13(2): 194 – 209p.
DOI No.: 10.1504/IJEHV.2021.117881
Publisher/Organisation: Inderscience Enterprises Ltd.
Rights: Inderscience Enterprises Ltd.
Theme: Battery Technology | Subtheme: Lithium-ion batteries (liquid electrolyte)
Published Year: 2001
International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management is a quarterly publication. The... Read More