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Accurate Modeling of Prismatic Type High Current Lithium-Iron-Phosophate (LiFePO4) Battery for Automotive Applications

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With accurate battery modeling, circuit designers and automotive control algorithms developers can predict and optimize the battery performance. In this paper, an experimental verification of an accurate model for prismatic high current lithium-iron-phosphate battery is presented. An automotive TSLFP160AHA lithium-iron-phosphate battery bank is tested. The different capacity GBDLFMP60AH battery bank is used to validate the model extracted from the former battery. Effect of current, stacking and SOC upon the battery parameters performance is investigated. Six empirical equations are obtained to extract the prismatic type LiFePO4 model as a function of SOC. Based on comparing the measured and simulated data, a well accuracy of less than 50mV maximum error voltage with 1.7% operating time error referred to the measured data is achieved. The model can be easily modified to simulate different batteries and can be extended for wide ranges of different currents.

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F. Abo-Elyousr, F. Abd-Elbar, H. Abo-Zaid and G. Rim, "Accurate Modeling of Prismatic Type High Current Lithium-Iron-Phosophate (LiFePO4) Battery for Automotive Applications," Energy and Power Engineering, Vol. 4 No. 6, 2012, pp. 465-481. doi: 10.4236/epe.2012.46061.

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