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A simulation engine for ion-lithium battery packs in electric vehicles based on energetic autonomy and remaining useful life criteria

@inproceedings{Villegas2016ASE,
  title={A simulation engine for ion-lithium battery packs in electric vehicles based on energetic autonomy and remaining useful life criteria},
  author={Espinoza Villegas and Pablo Andr{\'e}s.},
  year={2016}
}
  • Espinoza Villegas, Pablo Andrés.
  • Published 2016
  • Engineering
  • Recent developments in lithium-ion technology have enabled a revolution in the automotive industry. Fully electric vehicles represent an upward trending share in markets today. These EVs operate under distinctly variable conditions, requiring high-voltage battery packs to meet their torque/power demands. Our goal is to provide a simulation engine which, for a given battery pack size, is able to determine when recharging (autonomy) or battery pack replacement (remaining useful life) are needed… CONTINUE READING

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