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27 Oct 2022

Latest Projects on Battery Technology by Skill-Lync Students

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Battery Technology by Skill-Lync Students

 

The core research in improvising the performance and adaptability of electric vehicles lies in battery technology. According to rating agency ICRA, India is expected to witness INR 70,000 crore investment in the manufacturing of batteries by 2030. The World Economic Forum report states that the battery value chain is expected to generate 10 million jobs by 2030.

 

Learning and working on exciting EV battery technology projects will help you develop the relevant domain expertise to secure lucrative jobs in top OEMs. 

Skill-Lync, through various engineering courses, helps graduates land their desired job. It provides students with the opportunity to work on industry projects during coursework. Here are some latest projects based on batteries by Skill-Lync students.

 

Simulation of Battery Management System

Simulation of Battery Management System

Batteries are the heart of electric vehicles, and the Battery Management systems supervise the function and health of the battery. A BMS is needed to control the functionalities of the battery. Before developing a BMS, you need to understand the parameter to control and why it needs controlling.

A BMS system must protect the battery from damage and need to prolong its. To understand its functions, our student Deepak Gaur, conducted a detailed study on BMS during his coursework. He considered nine functions to construct his BMS model and simulated it. 

Click here to read Deepak Gaur's project report.

 

Hybrid Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle with Battery and Ultracapacitor

Hybrid Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle with Battery

Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle stores energy in the form of hydrogen. Like other EVs, they do not deploy Li-ion or Lead-acid batteries. The hydrogen stored in the tank is converted to electricity using an ultracapacitor. The ultracapacitor is a storage device that discharges electrical energy when needed without consuming energy.

Our student, Hariharan Balasubramanian, has developed a MATLAB Model of the Fuel Cell of an EV. He designed different sub-systems of a Fuel Cell and observed parameters like velocity, power, current and SOC of ultracapacitor and battery. He completed his project by matching the desired and actual values.

Click here to read Hariharan's project report.

 

Energy Management Strategy Model for Fuel Cell Battery

Energy Management Strategy Mode

Energy management strategy in EV Battery Technology is essential to efficiently use the available stored energy without much wastage. EMS(Energy Management System) is essential for an electric vehicle to simultaneously optimize the SOC of the battery and ultracapacitor. Our student Darshan S has developed a Simulink model for an EV deploying fuel cells and batteries. He first created a process flow chart and then proceeded with it. He successfully managed the power by equally charging the battery and ultracapacitor. He maintained both at the same SOC of 25%.

Click here to read Dharshan's project report.

 

Understanding Different Battery Chemistry

Understanding Different Battery Chemistry

Our student Pothala Mohansai conducted a detailed study to understand the different lithium-ion batteries. He compared the performance of the six different types of Lithium-ion batteries. Pothala chose a Lithium-ion battery, which is the best battery for projects as it is deployed in most modern EVs. Inside the lithium-ion battery, the lithium-ion moves between the cathode and anode. The anode is composed of graphite, and the cathode is made up of a metal oxide. Depending on the material used for the cathode, a lithium-ion battery can be classified into six types. Only some types of lithium-ion batteries have the same efficiency and characteristics. 

Click here to read Pothala's project report.

 

Communication within the Battery Management system

Communication within the Battery Management system

 

Communication within the system is required to manage the overall functioning and health of the battery. With active communication, it monitors various dynamic parameters and regulates them accordingly. When the battery charges or discharges, it gets heated up, and the generated thermal energy needs to be managed. The BMS system communicates with the temperature sensor and cooler system to make this happen. Similar that it calculates the charge available in different cells and distributes the power while charging. Thus it maintains uniform charge and SOC across all the cells. Our student Omkar Kudalkar researched the importance of communication within the BMS to learn more about it.

Click here to read Kudalkar's project report.

 

State of Charge Estimation

State of Charge Estimation

 

The State of Charge or SOC of a battery is the energy available in the battery that can be utilized. The SOC directly indicates the time or period a battery can sustain. It is indicated in percentage and calculated as a ratio of the energy available to the battery's maximum capacity. The BMS monitors the available charge in each cell and estimates the SOC.

Our student, Gokul G, developed and simulated a Simulink model of BMS. He calculated the SOC of the battery through the Coulomb counting method.

Click here to read Gokul's project report.

 

Cell Balancing Management using MATLAB Simulink

Cell Balancing Management

 

A single battery pack comprises hundreds of cells linked in parallel and series. Because of different charging conditions that are constant current and voltage across cells, the voltage and current supplied would vary among the cells. Eventually, this may lead to overcharging and the explosion of the battery. To avoid this, the BMS ensures that all cells are equally charged and have the same SOC. This process of balancing the charge across the cells is called cell balancing.

Our student Arunachaleswaran Chidambaram developed a MATLAB model of BMS, primarily focusing on cell balancing. He achieved this by successfully distributing the charge; thus, the efficiency and life of the battery were increased.

Click here to read Arunachaleswaran's project report.

 

Conclusion

We at Skill-Lync provide you with the opportunity, resources, and skills to carry out industry projects. Working on projects and challenging your skills is the best way to get hands-on experience. Through the expert-curated industry-relevant course on battery technology, you can understand what battery technology is and how to improve its efficiency.

Book a free demo to learn more about our courses.

 


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