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Semi-empirical long-term cycle life model coupled with an electrolyte depletion function for large-format graphite/LiFePO4 lithium-ion batteries
- Semi-empirical long-term cycle life model coupled with an electrolyte depletion function for large-format graphite/LiFePO4 lithium-ion batteries
- Park, Joonam; Appiah, Williams Agyei; Byun, Seoungwoo; Jin, Dahee; Ryou, Myung-Hyun; Lee, Yong Min
- DGIST Authors
- Lee, Yong Min
- Issue Date
- Journal of Power Sources, 365, 257-265
- Article Type
- Author Keywords
- Large-format lithium-ion battery; Modeling and simulation; Semi-empirical cycle life model; Electrolyte depletion
- CAPACITY FADE MECHANISMS; ELECTROCHEMICAL PERFORMANCE; MATHEMATICAL-MODEL; CELLS; SIMULATION; DISCHARGE; STORAGE
- To overcome the limitation of simple empirical cycle life models based on only equivalent circuits, we attempt to couple a conventional empirical capacity loss model with Newman's porous composite electrode model, which contains both electrochemical reaction kinetics and material/charge balances. In addition, an electrolyte depletion function is newly introduced to simulate a sudden capacity drop at the end of cycling, which is frequently observed in real lithium-ion batteries (LIBs). When simulated electrochemical properties are compared with experimental data obtained with 20 Ah-level graphite/LiFePO4 LIB cells, our semi-empirical model is sufficiently accurate to predict a voltage profile having a low standard deviation of 0.0035 V, even at 5C. Additionally, our model can provide broad cycle life color maps under different c-rate and depth-of-discharge operating conditions. Thus, this semi-empirical model with an electrolyte depletion function will be a promising platform to predict long-term cycle lives of large-format LIB cells under various operating conditions. © 2017 Elsevier B.V.
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Lee, Yong Min
Battery Materials & Systems LAB
Battery; Electrode; Electrolyte; Separator; Simulation
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