Measuring Reversible and Irreversible Capacity Losses on Lithium-Ion Batteries

  title={Measuring Reversible and Irreversible Capacity Losses on Lithium-Ion Batteries},
  author={Eduardo Redondo-Iglesias and Pascal Venet and Serge P{\'e}lissier},
  journal={2016 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC)},
In this paper we present an innovative and precise way to calculate the available capacity in a battery. This quantity is essential to assess the ageing process during real use or ageing tests. The most common way to measure the battery capacity consists on a constant current discharge. It is quite simple to implement but very dependent of impedance and relaxation state of the battery. Consequently, this method is not suitable to quantify reversible and irreversible capacity losses occurring on… Expand

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