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Title: Modeling of LiFePO4 battery state of charge with recovery effect as a three-mode switched system
Authors: Sitthipong Chamnan-Arsa
Kasemsak Uthaichana
Boonsri Kaewkham-Ai
Keywords: Computer Science
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2014
Abstract: © 2014 IEEE. Accurate estimation on a single cell of LiFeP04 battery state of charge (SOC) is the main objective of this paper. The battery SOC is described based on the Thevenin equivalent circuit model along with other algebraic equations. The battery SOC is modeled as a three-mode switched system. In mode-0, the battery is discharging; in mode-1, the battery is being charged; in mode-2, the load current is about zero and the recovery effect takes place inside the battery. The concept of state of available charge and state of trapped charge are also provided to physically mimic the battery recovery effect. In contrast to more complicated model such as electrochemical reaction model, the dynamical equations in this study are rather simple but captures important phenomenon inside the LiFePO4 battery. The parameters for relationships in this battery model are also computed and provided. The obtained switched system can be solved by various switched optimization tool or hybrid optimization algorithms to arrive at superior battery management strategy.
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