Nowadays, battery storage systems are very important in both stationary and mobile applications. In particular, lithium ion batteries are a good and promising solution because of their high power and energy densities. The modeling of these devices is very crucial to correctly predict their state of charge (SoC) and state of health (SoH). The literature shows that numerous battery models and parameters estimation techniques have been developed and proposed. Moreover, surveys on their electric, thermal, and aging modeling are also reported. This paper presents a more complete overview of the different proposed battery models and estimation techniques. In particular, a method for classifying the proposed models based on their approaches is proposed. For this classification, the models are divided in three categories: mathematical models, physical models, and circuit models.

Lithium ion battery models and parameter identification techniques

Barcellona, Simone;Piegari, Luigi
2017-01-01

Abstract

Nowadays, battery storage systems are very important in both stationary and mobile applications. In particular, lithium ion batteries are a good and promising solution because of their high power and energy densities. The modeling of these devices is very crucial to correctly predict their state of charge (SoC) and state of health (SoH). The literature shows that numerous battery models and parameters estimation techniques have been developed and proposed. Moreover, surveys on their electric, thermal, and aging modeling are also reported. This paper presents a more complete overview of the different proposed battery models and estimation techniques. In particular, a method for classifying the proposed models based on their approaches is proposed. For this classification, the models are divided in three categories: mathematical models, physical models, and circuit models.
Battery modeling; Lithium ion battery; Parameter estimation; Storage system; Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment; Energy Engineering and Power Technology; Energy (miscellaneous); Control and Optimization; Electrical and Electronic Engineering, elettrici
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