Publisher : The Korean Institute of Power Electronics
DOI : 10.6113/JPE.2016.16.1.268
Title & Authors
Hybrid Sinusoidal-Pulse Charging Method for the Li-Ion Batteries in Electric Vehicle Applications Based on AC Impedance Analysis Hu, Sideng; Liang, Zipeng; He, Xiangning;
A hybrid sinusoidal-pulse current (HSPC) charging method for the Li-ion batteries in electric vehicle applications is proposed in this paper. The HSPC charging method is based on the Li-ion battery ac-impedance spectrum analysis, while taking into account the high power requirement and system integration. The proposed HSPC method overcomes the power limitation in the sinusoidal ripple current (SRC) charging method. The charger shares the power devices in the motor inverter for hardware cost saving. Phase shifting in multiple pulse currents is employed to generate a high frequency multilevel charging current. Simulation and experimental results show that the proposed HSPC method improves the charger efficiency related to the hardware and the battery energy transfer efficiency.
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