Real time feasibility and performance of moving horizon estimation for Li-ion batteries based on first principles electrochemical models

Abstract

A battery management system monitors and controls the battery in order to have the highest performance possible while maintaining a safe operation. This requires real time monitoring of internal states, such as state of charge, state of health or solid and electrolyte potentials. These states cannot be directly measured, thus they must be estimated. For use… (More)
DOI: 10.23919/ACC.2017.7963481

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@article{Morabito2017RealTF, title={Real time feasibility and performance of moving horizon estimation for Li-ion batteries based on first principles electrochemical models}, author={Bruno Morabito and Reinhardt Klein and Rolf Findeisen}, journal={2017 American Control Conference (ACC)}, year={2017}, pages={3457-3462} }