Physico-chemically motivated parameterization and modelling of real-time capable lithium-ion battery models : a case study on the tesla model s battery
Friedrich Hust; Aachener Beiträge des ISEA; 120, Aachen: ISEA 2018, Pages: 203, DOI: 10.18154/RWTH-2019-00249
In this work, a physico-chemically motivated impedance-based and real-time capable lithium-ion battery model is introduced and parametrized according to cells from a Tesla Model S. The work is divided into three parts. In the first part, electrochemical properties of the cell are derived. The second part describes the deduction of a generic electrical and thermal model. Both models form the foundation of the so-called ISEAFrame, a simulation framework for energy storage systems. Three test cases for the simulation framework are discussed in the third part. Finally, a simulation of the whole Tesla Model S module is compared to experiments that have been conducted.
The developed simulation framework has been publish ed and can be accessed via https://github.com/FHust/ISEAFramework