Project Details

Description

Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries have an integrated battery management system (BMS) whose performance is critical in maximizing the available life of the batteries and increasing their sustainability. The BMS monitors state parameters, such as state-of-charge (SOC) and state-of-health (SOH), for safety and performance optimization purposes. The accuracy of these parameters plays a critical role in maximizing the available battery lifetime. This MSCA fellowship project aims to maximize the available lifetime of Li-ion batteries (and subsequently the lifetime of their applications) by making the battery impedance accessible in real-time for the BMS state estimation algorithms by using a novel ternary-sequence impedance measurement method that is integrated onboard the battery pack. The impedance-based SOC and SOH estimation algorithms will offer higher accuracy compared to the available traditional algorithms. Thus, the BMS will be able to optimize the battery's use and consequently maximize its life in its primary application (i.e., first-life application), such as in electric vehicles. Despite lacking the performance for the primary application, the battery is still likely to be used in a less demanding application, i.e., stationary energy storage. With adequate health information available (using the novel impedance-based algorithms) at the end of its first-life, the battery will become an attractive candidate for second-life application, as reliable predictions
can be made about its remaining lifetime, safety, and economic value. With first-life maximized and second life provided for the battery pack, the lifetime of the battery is significantly prolonged before the eventual recycling, increasing Li-ion batteries' sustainability This highly innovative project has a high scientific, economic, and societal impact. Furthermore, the project will allow the applicant to enrich his technical and managerial skills thus boosting his career prospects and enlarging his horizon
Short titleBattMaxLife
AcronymBattMaxLife
StatusActive
Effective start/end date01/09/202331/08/2025

Funding

  • EUROPEAN RESEARCH EXECUTIVE AGENCY (REA): DKK1,719,269.00

Keywords

  • Batteries
  • Sustainability
  • Lifetime
  • MSCA
  • real-time

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