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  • How to design equivalent-circuit models for lithium-ion battery cells

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Syllabus - What you will learn from this course

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Week
1

Week 1

4 hours to complete

Defining an equivalent-circuit model of a Li-ion cell

4 hours to complete
9 videos (Total 138 min), 13 readings, 8 quizzes
9 videos
2.1.2: How do we model open-circuit voltage (OCV) and state-of-charge (SOC)?21m
2.1.3: How do we model voltage polarization?14m
2.1.4: What is a "Warburg impedance" and how is it implemented?14m
2.1.5: How do I convert a continuous-time model to a discrete-time model?24m
2.1.6: What is a quick way to get approximate model parameter values?18m
2.1.7: What is hysteresis in a lithium-ion cell and how can I model it?22m
2.1.8: Summarizing an equivalent-circuit model of a lithium-ion cell9m
2.1.9: Summary of "Defining an ECM of a Li-ion cell" and next steps5m
13 readings
Notes for lesson 2.1.11m
Frequently asked questions5m
Course resources5m
How to use discussion forums5m
Earn a course certificate5m
Notes for lesson 2.1.21m
Notes for lesson 2.1.31m
Notes for lesson 2.1.41m
Notes for lesson 2.1.51m
Notes for lesson 2.1.61m
Notes for lesson 2.1.71m
Notes for lesson 2.1.81m
Notes for lesson 2.1.91m
8 practice exercises
Practice quiz for lesson 2.1.210m
Practice quiz for lesson 2.1.310m
Practice quiz for lesson 2.1.410m
Practice quiz for lesson 2.1.510m
Practice quiz for lesson 2.1.610m
Practice quiz for lesson 2.1.710m
Practice quiz for lesson 2.1.810m
Quiz for week 130m
Week
2

Week 2

5 hours to complete

Identifying parameters of static model

5 hours to complete
6 videos (Total 85 min), 7 readings, 6 quizzes
6 videos
2.2.2: What cell tests are needed to determine open-circuit voltage?14m
2.2.3: How to determine a cell's coulombic efficiency and total capacity18m
2.2.4: How do I determine a cell's temperature-dependent OCV?19m
2.2.5: Introducing Octave code to determine static part of ECM20m
2.2.6: Summary of "Identifying parameters of static model" and next steps2m
7 readings
Notes for lesson 2.2.11m
Notes for lesson 2.2.21m
Notes for lesson 2.2.31m
Notes for lesson 2.2.41m
Notes for lesson 2.2.51m
Introducing a new element to the course!10m
Notes for lesson 2.2.61m
6 practice exercises
Practice quiz for lesson 2.2.110m
Practice quiz for lesson 2.2.230m
Practice quiz for lesson 2.2.310m
Practice quiz for lesson 2.2.410m
Practice quiz for lesson 2.2.510m
Quiz for week 230m
Week
3

Week 3

7 hours to complete

Identifying parameters of dynamic model

7 hours to complete
9 videos (Total 158 min), 9 readings, 7 quizzes
9 videos
2.3.2: How are cell data used to find dynamic-model parameter values?34m
2.3.3: Introducing Octave code to determine dynamic part of an ECM33m
2.3.4: Introducing Octave toolbox to use ECM16m
2.3.5: Understanding Octave code to simulate an ECM9m
2.3.6: Understanding Octave code to look up model parameter value7m
2.3.7: Understanding Octave code to compute OCV19m
2.3.8: Some example results from using the Octave ESC toolbox14m
2.3.9: Summary of "Identifying parameters of dynamic model" and next steps4m
9 readings
Notes for lesson 2.3.11m
Notes for lesson 2.3.21m
Notes for lesson 2.3.31m
Notes for lesson 2.3.41m
Notes for lesson 2.3.51m
Notes for lesson 2.3.61m
Notes for lesson 2.3.71m
Notes for lesson 2.3.81m
Notes for lesson 2.3.91m
7 practice exercises
Practice quiz for lesson 2.3.16m
Practice quiz for lesson 2.3.26m
Practice quiz for lesson 2.3.330m
Practice quiz for lesson 2.3.530m
Practice quiz for lesson 2.3.630m
Practice quiz for lesson 2.3.730m
Quiz for week 330m
Week
4

Week 4

6 hours to complete

Simulating battery packs in different configurations

6 hours to complete
6 videos (Total 85 min), 6 readings, 6 quizzes
6 videos
2.4.2: How do I use the ECM to simulate constant power?13m
2.4.3: How do I simulate battery packs?17m
2.4.4: Introducing Octave code to simulate PCMs20m
2.4.5: Introducing Octave code to simulate SCMs11m
2.4.6: Summary of "Simulating battery packs in different configurations" and next steps3m
6 readings
Notes for lesson 2.4.11m
Notes for lesson 2.4.21m
Notes for lesson 2.4.31m
Notes for lesson 2.4.41m
Notes for lesson 2.4.51m
Notes for lesson 2.4.61m
6 practice exercises
Practice quiz for lesson 2.4.110m
Practice quiz for lesson 2.4.210m
Practice quiz for lesson 2.4.315m
Practice quiz for lesson 2.4.430m
Practice quiz for lesson 2.4.530m
Quiz for week 430m

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