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Energies 2013, 6(10), 5168-5181; doi:10.3390/en6105168
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Battery System Modeling for a Military Electric Propulsion Vehicle with a Fault Simulation

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Received: 1 August 2013; in revised form: 24 September 2013 / Accepted: 8 October 2013 / Published: 14 October 2013
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Li-ion Batteries and Energy Storage Devices)
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Abstract: This paper describes the development process and results of a battery system model with a fault simulation for electric propulsion vehicles. The developed battery system model can be used to verify control and fault diagnosis strategies of the supervisory controller in an electric propulsion vehicle. To develop this battery system model, three sub-models, including a battery model, a relay assembly model, and a battery management system (BMS) model, are connected together like in the target real battery system. Comparison results between the real battery system hardware and the battery system model show a similar tendency and values. Furthermore, the fault injection test of the model shows that the proposed battery system model can simulate a failure situation consistent with a real system. It is possible for the model to emulate the battery characteristics and fault situation if it is used in the development process of a BMS or for supervisory control strategies for electric propulsion systems.
Keywords: battery; electric vehicle; military vehicle; fault simulation; real time model battery; electric vehicle; military vehicle; fault simulation; real time model
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Ham, H.; Han, K.; Lee, H. Battery System Modeling for a Military Electric Propulsion Vehicle with a Fault Simulation. Energies 2013, 6, 5168-5181.

AMA Style

Ham H, Han K, Lee H. Battery System Modeling for a Military Electric Propulsion Vehicle with a Fault Simulation. Energies. 2013; 6(10):5168-5181.

Chicago/Turabian Style

Ham, Hyeongjin; Han, Kyuhong; Lee, Hyeongcheol. 2013. "Battery System Modeling for a Military Electric Propulsion Vehicle with a Fault Simulation." Energies 6, no. 10: 5168-5181.


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