Research Output per year
Nano-satellites are a new wide-spreading technology. Their functionality and lifetime is tightly coupled to their battery system. The project focuses on understanding battery operation and demands in nano-sats, which includes thermo-electrical modelling. Moreover, the main degradation factors will be identified. Based on the obtained knowledge, a life extending technical design and a control strategy will be proposed. Furthermore, state estimation techniques suitable for nano-satellites will be in focus (state-of-charge, state-of-health), including battery faults analysis and their possible mitigation.
|Effective start/end date||01/02/2019 → 31/01/2022|
- Innovation Fund Denmark: DKK1,332,000.00
- Machine learning
Knap, V., Vestergaard, L. K. & Stroe, D-I., 2020, In : Energies. 13, 16, 27 p., 4097.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review article › Research › peer-review
Towards Validation of Battery Mission Lifetime for Nano-satellites: Fast, Cheap and Accurate Through a Representative Mission ProfileKnap, V., Kjelgaard Vestergaard, L. & Stroe, D-I., Sep 2019, 2019 European Space Power Conference, ESPC 2019. IEEE Press, 5 p. 8931991
Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceeding › Article in proceeding › Research › peer-review
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