The battery management system of a hybrid electric vehicle requires a computationally simple yet accurate model of the battery. In this paper a reduced order battery model is developed using a stochastic top-down approach. Firstly a pseudo2D, multi-particle electrochemical model, considered as a surrogate for the real system, is used to obtain the observational data. Then the model structure is inferred directly from the data. The dependencies between the states and the model parameters are analysed, which results in a 5th order piecewise state dependent parameter model which can describe the nonlinear relationship between the current, the voltage and the state of charge of the battery.
|Title of host publication||: IET Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Conference 2013 (HEVC 2013)|
|Place of Publication||London, UK|
|Publisher||Institution of Engineering and Technology|
|Publication status||Published - Nov 2013|
Bibliographical noteThe paper was given at the Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Conference 2013 (HEVC 2013)] , 6-7 Nov 2013 in London, UK.
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- stochastic processes
- electrochemical analysis
- battery powered vehicles
- secondary cells
- battery management systems
- hybrid electric vehicles
Sumislawska, M., Phillip, N., Marinescu, M. M., & Burnham, K. (2013). Reduction of high fidelity lithium-ion battery model via data-driven system identification. In : IET Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Conference 2013 (HEVC 2013) (Vol. 621 CP, pp. 1.2-). London, UK: Institution of Engineering and Technology. https://doi.org/10.1049/cp.2013.1887