A novel double dynamic stress accelerated degradation test to evaluate power fade of batteries for electric vehicles

Yu Chang Lin, Kuan Jung Chung, Chueh Chien Hsiao

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Abstract

High-power lithium-ion batteries are being deployed in various transportation carriers such as hybrid, plug-in, or full electric vehicles recently. Power fade of lithium cells regarding temperature and charging and discharging rates are being the significant barrier that mitigates its widespread commercialization in the electric vehicle market. A novel double dynamic stress accelerated degradation test (D2SADT) taking an advantage of closing the real driving conditions is developed to reduce the prediction error. The test contains two dynamic stress factors, temperature and cell charging and discharging currents, by which is implemented simultaneously. The test results show that the D2SADT is capable of accelerating the battery degradation where the power of the test cell decreases near 10% after 18 temperature cycles and 900 dynamic cell charging and discharging cycles. Compared to the traditional constant stress test, D2SADT represents more realistic and efficient to evaluate the power fade of batteries used in the electric vehicles.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIntelligent Technologies and Engineering Systems
Pages161-168
Number of pages8
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2013 Aug 8
Event2012 1st International Conference on Intelligent Technologies and Engineering Systems, ICITES 2012 - Changhua, Taiwan
Duration: 2012 Dec 132012 Dec 15

Publication series

NameLecture Notes in Electrical Engineering
Volume234 LNEE
ISSN (Print)1876-1100
ISSN (Electronic)1876-1119

Other

Other2012 1st International Conference on Intelligent Technologies and Engineering Systems, ICITES 2012
CountryTaiwan
CityChanghua
Period12-12-1312-12-15

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Electric vehicles
Degradation
Temperature
Lithium

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

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Lin, Y. C., Chung, K. J., & Hsiao, C. C. (2013). A novel double dynamic stress accelerated degradation test to evaluate power fade of batteries for electric vehicles. In Intelligent Technologies and Engineering Systems (pp. 161-168). (Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering; Vol. 234 LNEE). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4614-6747-2_20
Lin, Yu Chang ; Chung, Kuan Jung ; Hsiao, Chueh Chien. / A novel double dynamic stress accelerated degradation test to evaluate power fade of batteries for electric vehicles. Intelligent Technologies and Engineering Systems. 2013. pp. 161-168 (Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering).
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