Ageing Mitigation and Loss Control in Reconfigurable Batteries in Series-Level Setups

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2022

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This paper presents a novel control method that reduces the low-frequency ripple of dynamical-ly reconfigurable battery technology to reduce cell ageing and loss. It furthermore shifts the residual ripple to higher frequencies where the lower impedance reduces heating and the dielectric capacitance of electrodes and electrolyte shunt the current around the electrochemical reactions.

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Goetz

Stefan M Goetz

Assistant Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

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