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Battery System Technology
Batteriesystemtechnik

Course 0000000962 in SS 2017

General Data

Course Type Lecture w/ Exercise
Semester Weekly Hours 4 SWS
Organisational Unit Chair of Energy Storage Technology (Prof. Jossen)
Lecturers
Dates Tue, 09:45–11:15, 1260
Wed, 09:45–11:15, 2770

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additional remarks Battery storage systems are used in notebooks, mobile phones and increasingly in the future also in battery electric vehicles and as stationary storage systems for renewable energies. In order to provide a long lifetime and safe operating the storage systems must be operated correctly. Battery system technology builds the base for correct handling of battery storage systems. This includes, among others, the right charging method, monitoring of states and battery parameters as well as the circuitry of single cells to battery modules and packs and dealing with the safety and probability of failure of these systems. In the context of the lecture, the required methods will be developed and then applied within the exercises. The basic methods will initially be phrased independently of technology and will then be illustrated for today’s relevant storage technologies Li-ion, NiMH and Lead-acid batteries. Content: - Battery models - Multi-cell-systems: charge equalization, reliability, safety - Battery diagnostics, state determination - Charging methods - Battery monitoring - Battery management, thermal management - BEV integration, further applications
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Equivalent Courses (e. g. in other semesters)

SemesterTitleLecturersDates
SS 2016 Battery System Technology Wed, 08:00–09:30, 2770
Wed, 09:45–11:15, 2770
SS 2015 Battery System Technology
SS 2014 Battery System Technology
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