Battery Capacity Anomaly Detection and Data Fusion
Anomaly detection is a critical enabling technique of PHM, especially in safety critical applications. In order for the PHM system to begin prediction of remaining useful life of a given system or component, the fault must be detected. This paper presents an integrated anomaly detection system for state-of- health of lithium-ion batteries. Two algorithms for state estimation and anomaly detection are used: the extended Kalman filter and the particle filter. A Dempster-Shafer Theory-based fusion approach is implemented to reduce the uncertainty of detection. The results on battery data show that the fusion improves the detection results significantly.
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