An Electrical Equivalent Circuit Model of a Lithium Titanate Oxide Battery
AbstractA precise lithium-ion battery model is required to specify their appropriateness for different applications and to study their dynamic behavior. In addition, it is important to design an efficient battery system for power applications. In this investigation, a second-order equivalent electrical circuit battery model, which is the most conventional method of characterizing the behavior of a lithium-ion battery, was developed. The current pulse procedure was employed for parameterization of the model. The construction of the model was described in detail, and a battery model for a 13 Ah lithium titanate oxide battery cell was demonstrated. Comprehensive characterization experiments were accomplished for an extensive range of operating situations. The outcomes were employed to parameterize the suggested dynamic model of the lithium titanate oxide battery cell. The simulation outcomes were compared to the laboratory measurements. In addition, the proposed lithium-ion battery model was validated. The recommended model was assessed, and the proposed model was able to anticipate precisely the current and voltage performance. View Full-Text
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Madani, S.S.; Schaltz, E.; Knudsen Kær, S. An Electrical Equivalent Circuit Model of a Lithium Titanate Oxide Battery. Batteries 2019, 5, 31.
Madani SS, Schaltz E, Knudsen Kær S. An Electrical Equivalent Circuit Model of a Lithium Titanate Oxide Battery. Batteries. 2019; 5(1):31.Chicago/Turabian Style
Madani, Seyed S.; Schaltz, Erik; Knudsen Kær, Søren. 2019. "An Electrical Equivalent Circuit Model of a Lithium Titanate Oxide Battery." Batteries 5, no. 1: 31.
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