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000211058 245__ $$aSurface temperature estimation of Li-ion battery via thermal impulse response technique
000211058 269__ $$a2015
000211058 260__ $$aPiscataway, USA$$bIEEE$$c2015
000211058 336__ $$aConference Papers
000211058 520__ $$aThis paper focuses on the prediction of temperature profiles on the surface of Lithium-ion cells. In particular, the paper proposes the adoption of the impulse response technique to predict cell surface temperatures consequent to generic discharge conditions applied to the targeted cell. The method is fed by data obtained by dedicated experiments to be performed on the targeted cell. In order to feed the proposed method, these experiments aim at obtaining cell surface temperature profiles consequent to short-time current discharge impulses. A set of dedicated validations is finally included in the paper in order to verify the validity of the proposed method.
000211058 6531_ $$aThermal modelling
000211058 6531_ $$aTemperature prediction
000211058 6531_ $$aLithium-ion battery
000211058 6531_ $$aEnergy storage systems
000211058 6531_ $$aImpulse response
000211058 700__ $$aXiao, Ying
000211058 700__ $$0246334$$aTorregrossa, Dimitri$$g223603
000211058 700__ $$0245463$$aPaolone, Mario$$g156731
000211058 7112_ $$a30th Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition (APEC)$$cCharlotte, NC, USA$$dMarch 15-19, 2015
000211058 720_1 $$aKhaligh, Alireza$$eed.
000211058 773__ $$j1$$k-$$q1089-1095$$tProceedings of the 2015 IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition
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