Experimental Analysis of Battery Management System Algorithms of Li-ion Batteries
The large use of lithium batteries as energy storage pushes researches to find new systems to make them work in safe conditions, to estimate their state of charge and their state of health. Better algorithms can be developed using software simulations, but they need to be tested on real cells. In this paper, two charging algorithms are compared, testing their efficiency on a new Arduino-based HW platform, developed for this purpose. The platform, which implements passive balancing, is controlled by a PC, executing Matlab scripts.
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