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Special Issue "Challenges of Battery Management System"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2020.
Interests: battery management system (SOx estimation/prediction algorithms); screening; battery modeling; voltage/SOC equalization; thermal management; heuristic method-based BMS (artificial intelligence); next-generation battery (VRFB/Li–Air/LiS/Al-Ion, etc.); energy storage system; energy management system; fault diagnosis; xEV retired battery (second-use) pack configuration and BMS; fuel cell system modeling and EMS; power electronics circuits control and design; renewable energy
At present, the rechargeable battery industry has reported significant growth in the use of battery systems for portable device and power electronics and renewable energy storage applications. Specifically, with great attention on multicell battery string for electric-powered applications, such as electric vehicles (EV), hybrid electric vehicles (HEV), and energy storage systems (ESS), the necessity of the battery management system (BMS) for having high confidence on operational performance in EV, HEV, and ESS have substantially increased together. Therefore, this Special Issue focuses on variable challenges of battery management system considered in electric-powered application. The topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- Advanced equivalent electrical circuit modeling
- Electrochemical-based modeling
- SOx estimation and prediction algorithms
- Thermal modeling and management system
- Artificial intelligence (AI)-based BMS
- Fault diagnosis and detection
- Remaining-useful life
- Voltage and SOC equalization
- Variable issues of second-use battery (retired battery)
- Variable issues of energy storage system (ESS)
- New-generation battery
- Power electronics-based battery charger and fast charging
Prof. Dr. Jonghoon Kim
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