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Application Constant Temperature Charging Technique for Charging Time Reduction of Lithium Ion Battery

@inproceedings{Saroopuria2019ApplicationCT,
  title={Application Constant Temperature Charging Technique for Charging Time Reduction of Lithium Ion Battery},
  author={Divya Saroopuria and Mr. Prakash Bahrani},
  year={2019}
}
Existing battery charging techniques such as Constant Current-Constant Voltage (CC-CV) method, Multistage Constant Current (MCC) method, Pulse Charging, S inusoidal Ripple Approach (SRA), etc., are time consuming open loop approach which uses the fixed cell parameters and does not consider temperature variation while charging. The proposed Constant Temperature – Constant Voltage (CT-CV) charging technique suggests the closed loop scheme using instantaneous cell voltage and temperature changes… 
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