This paper investigates the applicability of the scalar Preisach model to describe the hysteresis in the state of charge versus open-circuit voltage plane of lithium-iron-phosphate batteries. The model is implemented using the Everett function, identified with experimental data related to first-order reversal hysteresis branches. To show the effectiveness of the approach and the predictive capabilities of the Preisach model in this peculiar application, numerical simulations of a major hysteresis loop and a set of minor loops are compared with the experimental data.

Hysteresis Modeling in Li-Ion Batteries

BARONTI, FEDERICO;SALETTI, ROBERTO;
2014

Abstract

This paper investigates the applicability of the scalar Preisach model to describe the hysteresis in the state of charge versus open-circuit voltage plane of lithium-iron-phosphate batteries. The model is implemented using the Everett function, identified with experimental data related to first-order reversal hysteresis branches. To show the effectiveness of the approach and the predictive capabilities of the Preisach model in this peculiar application, numerical simulations of a major hysteresis loop and a set of minor loops are compared with the experimental data.
Baronti, Federico; N., Femia; Saletti, Roberto; C., Visone; W., Zamboni
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