The Influence of BMSs on the Characterization and Modeling of Series and Parallel Li-Ion Packs
AbstractThis work analyzes the effects of a BMS (battery management system) on the characterization and modeling of series and parallel connections of Li-ion cell packs. The Li-ion pack studied consists of four series modules connected in parallel. This pack has been characterized by means of charge, discharge and frequency tests. As a result of these tests, series and parallel influence on battery parameters have been determined. A model considering the effects of a BMS is established and compared with a model based on a single-cell approach. Experimental validations show that the single cell based approach gives poor results in comparison with a model that considers BMS effects. View Full-Text
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Castano-Solis, S.; Serrano-Jimenez, D.; Gauchia, L.; Sanz, J. The Influence of BMSs on the Characterization and Modeling of Series and Parallel Li-Ion Packs. Energies 2017, 10, 273.
Castano-Solis S, Serrano-Jimenez D, Gauchia L, Sanz J. The Influence of BMSs on the Characterization and Modeling of Series and Parallel Li-Ion Packs. Energies. 2017; 10(3):273.Chicago/Turabian Style
Castano-Solis, Sandra; Serrano-Jimenez, Daniel; Gauchia, Lucia; Sanz, Javier. 2017. "The Influence of BMSs on the Characterization and Modeling of Series and Parallel Li-Ion Packs." Energies 10, no. 3: 273.
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