A Novel Data-Driven Fast Capacity Estimation of Spent Electric Vehicle Lithium-ion Batteries
AbstractFast capacity estimation is a key enabling technique for second-life of lithium-ion batteries due to the hard work involved in determining the capacity of a large number of used electric vehicle (EV) batteries. This paper tries to make three contributions to the existing literature through a robust and advanced algorithm: (1) a three layer back propagation artificial neural network (BP ANN) model is developed to estimate the battery capacity. The model employs internal resistance expressing the battery’s kinetics as the model input, which can realize fast capacity estimation; (2) an estimation error model is established to investigate the relationship between the robustness coefficient and regression coefficient. It is revealed that commonly used ANN capacity estimation algorithm is flawed in providing robustness of parameter measurement uncertainties; (3) the law of large numbers is used as the basis for a proposed robust estimation approach, which optimally balances the relationship between estimation accuracy and disturbance rejection. An optimal range of the threshold for robustness coefficient is also discussed and proposed. Experimental results demonstrate the efficacy and the robustness of the BP ANN model together with the proposed identification approach, which can provide an important basis for large scale applications of second-life of batteries. View Full-Text
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Zhang, C.; Jiang, J.; Zhang, W.; Wang, Y.; Sharkh, S.M.; Xiong, R. A Novel Data-Driven Fast Capacity Estimation of Spent Electric Vehicle Lithium-ion Batteries. Energies 2014, 7, 8076-8094.
Zhang C, Jiang J, Zhang W, Wang Y, Sharkh SM, Xiong R. A Novel Data-Driven Fast Capacity Estimation of Spent Electric Vehicle Lithium-ion Batteries. Energies. 2014; 7(12):8076-8094.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zhang, Caiping; Jiang, Jiuchun; Zhang, Weige; Wang, Yukun; Sharkh, Suleiman M.; Xiong, Rui. 2014. "A Novel Data-Driven Fast Capacity Estimation of Spent Electric Vehicle Lithium-ion Batteries." Energies 7, no. 12: 8076-8094.