A comparative study of battery balancing strategies for different battery operation processes

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Conference Proceeding
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2016 IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo, ITEC 2016, 2016
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2016-07-22
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© 2016 IEEE. To reduce the effect of cell inconsistencies and improve battery pack capacity, battery balancing techniques are essentially required in battery management systems (BMSs). This paper presents a comparative study of four battery balancing strategies for different battery operation processes. These balancing strategies are developed from the state-of-the-art battery balancing circuits and algorithms reported in recent literature. The performance of balancing strategies is evaluated and compared by battery pack maximum available capacity, state of charge (SOC) variances at the end of charge (EOC) and end of discharge (EOD). The comparative result is helpful for BMSs developers to employ optimal balancing strategies in actual applications.
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