Dynamical Coupling of a Battery Electro-Thermal Model and the Traction Model of an EV for Driving Range Simulation

The driving range of electric vehicles is a complex issue. In simulation, this range is determined by coupling a battery model and a traction model of the vehicle. But most of the battery models used for such studies do not take into account the interaction between the temperature of the battery (impacting its electrical parameters) and the traction model of a studied EV. In this paper, a battery electro-thermal model (with all electrical parameters dependent upon the temperature) is dynamically coupled with the traction model of an electric vehicle. Simulation results are provided to show the impact of the temperature on the driving range. The initial battery model (without temperature dependence) leads to an overestimation of the driving range of 3.3% at -5 °C and an underestimation of 2.5% at 40 °C.


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  • Accession Number: 01729309
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Jan 29 2020 2:29PM