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Interactions between battery and power electronics in an electric vehicle drivetrain [Elektronisk resurs]

Bessman, Alexander (författare)
Lindbergh, Göran, 1959- (preses)
Svens, Pontus, 1970- (preses)
Wallmark, Oskar, 1976- (preses)
Thiringer, Torbjörn (opponent)
KTH Skolan för kemi, bioteknologi och hälsa (CBH) (utgivare)
Publicerad: Stockholm : KTH Royal Institute of Technology, 2018
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  • E-bokAvhandling(Diss. (sammanfattning) Stockholm : Kungliga Tekniska högskolan, 2018)
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  • The electric machine and power electronics in electric and hybrid electric vehicles inevitably cause AC harmonics on the vehicle's DC-link. These harmonics can be partially filtered out by large capacitors, which today are overdimensioned in order to protect the vehicle's battery pack. This is done as a precaution, since it is not known whether ripple-current has any harmful effect on Li-ion  cells. We have measured and analyzed the ripple-current present in a hybrid electric bus, and found that a majority of the power was carried by frequencies in the range 100~Hz to 1~kHz. The single most energetic harmonic in this particular vehicle is believed to have been caused  by a misaligned resolver in the motor. We have also designed and built an advanced experimental set-up in order to study the effect of ripple-current on Li-ion cells in the lab. The set-up can cycle up to 16 cells simultaneously, with currents of up to 50~A including a superimposed AC signal with a frequency of up to 2~kHz. The cells' temperatures are controlled by means of a climate chamber. The set-up also includes a sophisticated safety system which automatically acts to prevent dangerous situations before they arise. Using this set-up we tested whether superimposing AC with a specific frequency improves the charging performance of Li-ion cells. Statistical analysis found no improvement over regular DC cycling, and a physics-based model explains the experimental findings. We have also investigated whether ripple-current accelerates the aging of Li-ion cells. Twelve cells were either calendar or cycle  aged for one year, with some cells being exposed to superimposed AC with a frequency of 1~Hz, 100~Hz, or 1~kHz. No effect was observed on any of capacity fade, power fade, or aging mechanism. Finally we also tested whether it is possible to heat Li-ion cells from low temperatures using only AC. We propose a method for AC heating of Li-ion cells, and open the discussion for generalizing the technique to larger battery packs. In conclusion, ripple-current has negligible effect on Li-ion cells, except for heating them slightly. 

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Engineering and Technology  (hsv)
Chemical Engineering  (hsv)
Other Chemical Engineering  (hsv)
Teknik och teknologier  (hsv)
Kemiteknik  (hsv)
Annan kemiteknik  (hsv)
Chemical Engineering  (kth)
Kemiteknik  (kth)
Electrical Engineering  (kth)
Elektro- och systemteknik  (kth)
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