Applied Energy UNiLAB Special Issue on “Batteries for Electric Vehicles”
• 大类 : 工程技术 - 1区
• 小类 : 能源与燃料 - 2区
• 小类 : 工程：化工 - 1区
Batteries are still performance and cost bottlenecks for many sophisticated mechatronic and energy systems, such as electric vehicles, portable electronics, and smart grids. In addition to continual progress in chemistries and materials, development of reliable, efficient, and robust battery management systems (BMSs) has been a top priority and emerging research topic in recent years. An advanced BMS facilitates renewable ways of storing electrical energy from wind and solar energy sources, and expedites a paradigm shift toward a sustainable transportation system. Battery materials and management technology competent under all-climatic conditions are the technical guarantee for the commercialization and application of electric vehicles, and also an important technical support for the use of electric vehicles in the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics. Battery management sits at the crossroads of chemistry, materials, mathematical modeling, and systems engineering, highlighting its multidisciplinary nature.
This Special Issue will be coordinated by the Applied Energy UNiLAB: BMEV. UNiLAB is an international virtual lab of collective intelligence in applied energy research. The main objective of this Special Issue is to provide timely solutions for emerging scientific/technical challenges in battery electrochemistry, material, algorithmic, and hardware aspects of BMSs, as well as integration and control for electric vehicles.
Topics of interestof this Special Issue include, but are not limited to:
Battery modelling and state estimation: state of charge, state of health, state of life, and state of power estimation
Battery diagnosis, prognosis, and health management (PHM): physics-based, model-based, data-driven, and hybrid approaches
Battery electrochemical/material characteristics
Battery cell balancing and grouping/packing techniques: architectural analysis, sensor placement, and power electronics aspects
Battery temperature control technologies: cell heating and cooling systems, cooling system design and control strategies, and temperature balancing control
Battery charging technologies: fast charging and wireless charging technology
Dynamics control and energy management for all-climatic electric vehicles
BMS hardware design and verification
Integration and control of batteries into electric vehicles and smart grids