Ultrasonic Health Monitoring of Lithium-Ion Batteries
AbstractBecause of the complex physiochemical nature of the lithium-ion battery, it is difficult to identify the internal changes that lead to battery degradation and failure. This study develops an ultrasonic sensing technique for monitoring the commercial lithium-ion pouch cells and demonstrates this technique through experimental studies. Data fusion analysis is implemented using the ultrasonic sensing data to construct a new battery health indicator, thus extending the capabilities of traditional battery management systems. The combination of the ultrasonic sensing and data fusion approach is validated and shown to be effective for degradation assessment as well as early failure indication. View Full-Text
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Wu, Y.; Wang, Y.; Yung, W.K.C.; Pecht, M. Ultrasonic Health Monitoring of Lithium-Ion Batteries. Electronics 2019, 8, 751.
Wu Y, Wang Y, Yung WKC, Pecht M. Ultrasonic Health Monitoring of Lithium-Ion Batteries. Electronics. 2019; 8(7):751.Chicago/Turabian Style
Wu, Yi; Wang, Youren; Yung, Winco K.C.; Pecht, Michael. 2019. "Ultrasonic Health Monitoring of Lithium-Ion Batteries." Electronics 8, no. 7: 751.
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