2020
DOI: 10.3390/en13215695
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Abstract: The design of an optimized thermal management system for Li-ion batteries has challenges because of their stringent operating temperature limit and thermal runaway, which may lead to an explosion. In this paper, an optimized cooling system is proposed for kW scale Li-ion battery stack. A comparative study of the existing cooling systems; air cooling and liquid cooling respectively, has been carried out on three cell stack 70Ah LiFePO4 battery at a high discharging rate of 2C. It has been found that the liquid … Show more

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“…An unbalanced system restricts the optimum performance and decreases the lifetime of a battery severely [74]. The magnitude of the overall heat generation of the battery under load dictates the size and design of the cooling system needed [75].…”
Section: Thermal Managementmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…An unbalanced system restricts the optimum performance and decreases the lifetime of a battery severely [74]. The magnitude of the overall heat generation of the battery under load dictates the size and design of the cooling system needed [75].…”
Section: Thermal Managementmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This information is related to the charging energy to satisfy the transportation requirements of the driver. Considering that abnormal charging conditions may damage the cells [32], an important feature of the proposed algorithm is the preservation of the battery health during the evaluation of the alternatives. For this purpose, the EV communicates to the CS the nominal battery voltage and current, as well as the maximum battery charging current, following the suggestions by the battery manufacturer.…”
Section: Energies 2020 13 X For Peer Review 5 Of 31mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Because of this high consumption, CO2 emission from building sector increased by 5% compared to 2010 level [1]. To achieve the building interior comfort, energy consumption and greenhouse gas emission due to the buildings sector have increased tremendously over the last decade, and have even exceeded the transport sector consumption [2,3]. To meet the united nation climate change target, energy demand reduction from buildings consumption is essential.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%