Modeling transient processes in lead-acid batteries in the time domain
Moritz Huck, Dirk Uwe Sauer
Journal of Energy Storage, Vol. 29, June 2020
Modeling the performance of electrochemical storage systems divides mostly into two approaches; (extended) impedance bases models, which can model the fast dynamics very good but fail for processes with long time constants, and physical-chemical models which usually neglects the fast dynamics and focus on the slower time constants. This works aims to introduce the faster dynamics into a physical-chemical model for lead-acid batteries, which can help to understand the processes inside the battery during e.g. a primary control events. This parts covers the basic model on which future works will build on.