Characterizing the Degradation Process of Lithium-ion Batteries Using a Similarity-Based-Modeling Approach
Francisco Jaramillo Vanessa Quintero Marcos Orchard
This article proposes a Similarity-Based-Modeling (SBM) approach capable of characterizing the degradation process of a lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery when discharged under different current rates and different State-of-Charge (SOC) ranges. The degradation process can be represented through a biexponential model. In this regard, it is possible to determine the equivalent cycle-by-cycle efﬁciency which has low values at the beginning of the degradation process until it reaches a higher and steady value. The lifespan of the batteries is analyzed through the use of Monte Carlo simulations which intends to represent a more realistic way of how the batteries are used.
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Li-ion battery, Similarity Based Modeling, State of Charge, State of Health, Battery Lifespan
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