Study on comprehensive performance of Ni-MH power battery used in HEV at different temperatures Online publication date: Wed, 07-Jul-2021
by Xiang Chen; Yelin Deng; Xueliang Fan; Yinnan Yuan; Aihua Chu; Jianxin Zhu
International Journal of Vehicle Performance (IJVP), Vol. 7, No. 3/4, 2021
Abstract: This study carries a comprehensive investigation on the influences of the key environmental and operating parameters on SOC and cycling life of the Ni-MH battery. The Ni-MH cells were tested through loading the actual road spectrum at different temperatures (25/35/45°C). Other parameters of SOC fluctuation and currents are set to be 10% and 15.5A by average, respectively. Tests have been performed to obtain the OCV (open circuit voltage)~SOC curves at different temperatures under the 1-C rate of charging/discharging. The investigation results show that the capacity decay compared to initial capacity is increased by a slight 2.46% at 45°C, demonstrating an excellent cycling performance of the Ni-MH battery. Additionally, the battery polarization effect is found to be correlated to the charging and discharging processes and temperature. In summary, this study presents a comprehensive factor analysis needed to achieve a reliable SOC estimate for the Ni-MH based HEV.
Online publication date: Wed, 07-Jul-2021
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