BATTERY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND ITS APPLICATIONS
Enables readers to understand basic concepts, design, and implementation of battery management systems
Battery Management System and its Applications is an all-in-one guide to basic concepts, design, and applications of battery management systems (BMS), featuring industrially relevant case studies with detailed analysis, and providing clear, concise descriptions of performance testing, battery modeling, functions, and topologies of BMS.
In Battery Management System and its Applications, readers can expect to find information on:
- Core and basic concepts of BMS, to help readers establish a foundation of relevant knowledge before more advanced concepts are introduced
- Performance testing and battery modeling, to help readers fully understand Lithium-ion batteries
- Basic functions and topologies of BMS, with the aim of guiding readers to design simple BMS themselves
- Some advanced functions of BMS, drawing from the research achievements of the authors, who have significant experience in cross-industry research
Featuring detailed case studies and industrial applications, Battery Management System and its Applications is a must-have resource for researchers and professionals working in energy technologies and power electronics, along with advanced undergraduate/postgraduate students majoring in vehicle engineering, power electronics, and automatic control.
Xiaojun Tan, Sun Yat-sen University, China, is a Professor and leads the Research Center of New Energy Vehicles at the School of Intelligent Systems Engineering, Sun Yat-sen University. He has nearly two decades' research experience in battery modeling, testing and diagnoses, and has spearheaded many industry partnerships. Andrea Vezzini, Bern University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland is a Professor with more than two decades' experience in battery systems research and development. He leads the Energy Storage Research Centre (ESReC) at Bern University of Applied Sciences and has been involved through several spin-offs in the product development of customized battery system solutions for the industrial and automotive market. Yuqian Fan, received his PhD. in Intelligent Transportation Engineering from Sun Yat-sen University, China. His research interests include intelligent control and optimization design for power battery systems, battery thermal management and thermal safety, and battery state of health prediction. Neeta Khare, is a Director with Iveco Group. Dr. Khare acquired her doctoral degree in Intelligent Battery Monitoring from Banasthali University, India. Her core expertise is in aging algorithms of battery/ cell using AI and adaptive algorithms, Battery Pack, Battery Management System (BMS) development, and more. You Xu, is an Associate Professor at Guangdong Polytechnic Normal University, China, where he has been engaged in power battery system, precision reverse equipment. Dr. You received his PhD. from Sun Yat-sen University. He has authored over 20 scientific publications, and his research interests include battery management for electrical vehicles. Liangliang Wei, is an Associate Professor in Control Science and Engineering at Sun Yat-Sen University, China. Dr. Wei has authored over 20 scientific publications and received his PhD. in Electrical Engineering from the Wuhan University, China.