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Volume 234, 2021The International Conference on Innovation, Modern Applied Science & Environmental Studies (ICIES2020)
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|Published online||02 February 2021|
Fitting the OCV-SOC relationship of a battery lithium-ion using genetic algorithm method
1 Laboratory of Electronic Systems, Information Processing, Mechanics and Energy, Ibn Tofail University, Kenitra, Morocco
2 Laboratory of Advanced Systems Engineering, National Schools of Applied Sciences, Ibn Tofail University, Kenitra, Morocco
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In response to the need of reducing fossil fuel dependence and environmental impacts for ground transportation, electric vehicles (EVs) powered by lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) are being intensively researched and they have placed on the forefront as alternative vehicles. The state of charge (SOC) is one of the most important states of LIBs that is monitored online. However, the model-based method state of charge estimation requires an accurate Open circuit voltage (OCV), which is an important characteristic parameter of lithium-ion batteries, that is used to estimate battery state of charge (SOC). Therefore, accurate OCV modeling is a great significance for lithium-ion battery management. The polynomial OCV model uses the polynomial function to establish the relationship between OCV and SOC mapping. In this paper,8th degree polynomial fitting curve is considered and the genetic algorithm optimization method is proposed for estimating the parameters. The results show that the root mean square error can be decreased to 0.002. However, the best fitting OCV-SOC curve can increase the accuracy of the model and improve the accuracy of battery state estimation.
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