A review on lithium-ion battery ageing mechanisms and estimations for automotive applications

Abstract : Lithium-ion batteries have become the focus of research interest, thanks to their numerous benefits for vehicle applications. One main limitation of these technologies resides in the battery ageing. The effects of battery ageing limit its performance and occur throughout their whole life, whether the battery is used or not, which is a major drawback on real usage. Furthermore, degradations take place in every condition, but in different proportions as usage and external conditions interact to provoke degradations. The ageing phenomena are highly complicated to characterize due to the factors cross-dependence. This paper reviews various aspects of recent research and developments, from different fields, on lithium-ion battery ageing mechanisms and estimations. In this paper is presented a summary of techniques, models and algorithms used for battery ageing estimation (SOH, RUL), going from a detailed electrochemical approach to statistical methods based on data. In order to present the accuracy of currently used methods, their respective characteristics are discussed. Remaining challenges are deeply detailed, along with a discussion about the ideal method resulting from existing methods.
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Anthony Barré, Benjamin Deguilhem, Sebastien Grolleau, Mathias Gérard, Frédéric Suard, et al.. A review on lithium-ion battery ageing mechanisms and estimations for automotive applications. Journal of Power Sources, Elsevier, 2013, 241, pp.680 - 689. ⟨10.1016/j.jpowsour.2013.05.040⟩. ⟨cea-01791260⟩

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