Novel active and passive balancing method‑based battery management system design and implementation


Vol. 21, No. 12, pp. 1855-1865, Dec. 2021
10.1007/s43236-021-00320-x




 Abstract

In this study, a novel battery management system (BMS) circuit topology based on passive and active balancing methods was created and implemented for battery-based systems. The circuit topology was designed so that both of the control methods can be applied when suitable software is used. A resistance-based passive control method was used. MOSFET switching elements were used as a load instead of a resistance. A bypass technique-based active balancing method was applied to the designed BMS. The applicability of these methods was separately tested as passive and active-based experimental systems. During the charging process, a voltage increase of the cells was observed at approximately 0.140 V after 16 min in the passive balancing mode. On the other hand, the voltage increase was measured at 0.155 V after 14 min in the active balancing mode. The average temperature of the cells in charge states was measured as approximately 25 °C. The obtained experimental results verified that the proposed BMS topology can work successfully in both active and passive balancing operations. As a result of this study, active and passive balancing circuit structures were combined, and a new circuit topology has been introduced.


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[IEEE Style]

S. Kivrak, T. Ozer, Y. Oguz and M. M. Kelek, "Novel active and passive balancing method‑based battery management system design and implementation," Journal of Power Electronics, vol. 21, no. 12, pp. 1855-1865, 2021. DOI: 10.1007/s43236-021-00320-x.

[ACM Style]

Sinan Kivrak, Tolga Ozer, Yuksel Oguz, and Muhammed Mustafa Kelek. 2021. Novel active and passive balancing method‑based battery management system design and implementation. Journal of Power Electronics, 21, 12, (2021), 1855-1865. DOI: 10.1007/s43236-021-00320-x.