Comparing BMS Algorithm Implementations Based on Equivalent-Circuit and Physics-Based Models
As hybrid and electric vehicles gain popularity and increase in production, the demand to improve lithium-ion battery performance is continuously increasing. Traditionally, the performance of these batteries has been monitored and controlled in a very general manner using a battery management system (BMS) that applies fixed maximum and minimum limits on voltage, current, and temperature. However, this basic control method is not satisfactory when higher efficiency, energy, and power are required from the battery while optimizing longevity and pack size. Therefore, the next generation of ...
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