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Battery Modeling: A Versatile Tool to Design Advanced Battery Management Systems

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Fundamental physical and (electro) chemical principles of rechargeable battery operation form the basis of the electronic network models developed for Nickel-based aqueous battery systems, including Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH), and non-aqueous battery systems, such as the well-known Li-ion. Refined equivalent network circuits for both systems represent the main contribution of this paper. These electronic network models describe the behavior of batteries during normal operation and during over (dis) charging in the case of the aqueous battery systems. This makes it possible to visualize the various reaction pathways, including convention and pulse (dis) charge behavior and for example, the self-discharge performance.

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Notten, P. and Danilov, D. (2014) Battery Modeling: A Versatile Tool to Design Advanced Battery Management Systems. Advances in Chemical Engineering and Science, 4, 62-72. doi: 10.4236/aces.2014.41009.

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