A comprehensive review of novel cooling techniques and heat transfer coolant mediums investigated for battery thermal management systems in electric vehicles Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Development of composite solid polymer electrolyte for solid-state lithium battery: Incorporating LLZTO in PVDF-HFP/LiTFSI Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Co-design multi-objective 3D optimization methodology for battery modules: An active air-cooling study case Vrije Universiteit Brussel
optimized to meet various application specific requirements. These are typically expressed as volumetric
and gravimetric boundaries that should be optimized without compromising the energy and power capabilities
as well as the thermal management of the battery cells. Battery pack design hence becomes a
challenging task ...
A compact and self-sustained thermal management system for electric vehicles Vrije Universiteit Brussel
develop and demonstrate a novel thermal management system (TMS) and control, implemented at a full scale
electric vehicle. The TMS is comprised of a smart modular battery pack, with excellent internal thermal
conductivity properties, a refrigerant cooling system and thermal storage system capable of absorbing excess
A comprehensive coupled 0D-ECM to 3D-CFD thermal model for heat pipe assisted-air cooling thermal management system under fast charge and discharge Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Prediction of electrical and thermal behavior of lithium-ion capacitor (LiC) technology as an asymmetric technology is feasible by designing a precise model. Such a model should mimic the behavior of LiCs in heavy-duty applications where high current rates are applied. The developed model is used to design a management system based on efficient modeling tools, including 0D (zero-dimensional) electro-thermal models and 3D computational fluid ...
Life cycle assessment of a lithium-ion battery with a silicon anode for electric vehicles Vrije Universiteit Brussel
A lumped electro-thermal model for a battery module with a novel hybrid cooling system Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Equivalent Circuit Model for High-Power Lithium-Ion Batteries under High Current Rates, Wide Temperature Range, and Various State of Charges Vrije Universiteit Brussel
The most employed technique to mimic the behavior of lithium-ion cells to monitor and control them is the equivalent circuit model (ECM). This modeling tool should be precise enough to ensure the system’s reliability. Two significant parameters that affect the accuracy of the ECM are the applied current rate and operating temperature. Without a thorough understating of the influence of these parameters on the ECM, parameter estimation should ...