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Abstract

Electric vehicles are the means of sustainable mobility which works on batteries. Lithium batteries are currently being used for energy storage in the EVs. There are researches going on for best choice of cell materials to have a more efficient battery than lithium batteries. However, this paper focuses on the modeling approaches of managing the performance of lithium ion batteries. Firstly we discuss the need for modeling a management system for the battery and then we focus on the implementation of the BMS model

Keywords

Active balancing, sensors, microcontroller, state of charge, state of health

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Alisha Jha, Pranjali Mudrale, Shreya Mukherjee, Madhuri Patane, and Suhas Waghmare, “ALGORITHMS OF BATTERY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 5, no. 5, p. 5, Jun. 2020.

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