Estimation of State of Charge of Battery Used In Electric Vehicles With Wireless Battery Management System

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Ganesh Lohar
M. Suresh Kumar


This research paper presents a comprehensive investigation into the development and analysis of a wireless battery management system (BMS) using MATLAB Simulink. The primary objective of this study is to create an efficient, reliable, and scalable BMS that caters to the demands of various applications, such as electric vehicles, grid energy storage, and portable electronics. Our methodology involves designing and simulating key BMS components, including state estimation algorithms, fault detection mechanisms, and communication protocols, within the MATLAB Simulink environment. The paper first elucidates the motivation for adopting wireless technology in BMS, emphasizing its advantages over traditional wired systems. Subsequently, we explore the intricacies of the proposed wireless BMS architecture, detailing the implementation of essential features such as state-of-charge estimation, fault diagnosis, and thermal management. We also address the challenges associated with wireless communication, including latency, security, and energy efficiency, by incorporating robust communication protocols and power management strategies. Through rigorous simulations, we demonstrate the efficacy of the proposed wireless BMS, showcasing its ability to ensure optimal performance, safety, and longevity of battery packs. The outcomes of this research not only contribute to the advancement of BMS technology but also pave the way for further improvements in battery-powered systems. In conclusion, this paper offers a holistic perspective on wireless BMS design, emphasizing its potential to revolutionize energy management and extend the applications of battery technology in various domains.

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Lohar, G. ., & Kumar, M. S. . (2023). Estimation of State of Charge of Battery Used In Electric Vehicles With Wireless Battery Management System. International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, 11(7s), 745–756.


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