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    battery model in simulink matlab

    hii .. I need to do a battery model in simulink, i found the model of a particular battery in a conference paper . i m unable to make it in simulink.. plzz help me with the current-current blocks and the 1/u blocks. thanku.. plzz reply fast.. thanks a lot... :)


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    Re: battery model in simulink matlab

    The 1/u block is just the reciprocal: f(u) = 1/u.
    The voltage-voltage block contains the non-linear function between SOC (state of charge) and output voltage.
    It depends on the battery type - may be something like: 1.2 + 0.1*SOC - 0.01*SOC^2 etc...
    Without accurate knowlegde of this block the model is useless.

    P.S. Rts/Cts and Rtl/Ctl model short and long constant transients
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    Re: battery model in simulink matlab

    Quote Originally Posted by dave9000 View Post
    The 1/u block is just the reciprocal: f(u) = 1/u.
    The voltage-voltage block contains the non-linear function between SOC (state of charge) and output voltage.
    It depends on the battery type - may be something like: 1.2 + 0.1*SOC - 0.01*SOC^2 etc...
    Without accurate knowlegde of this block the model is useless.

    P.S. Rts/Cts and Rtl/Ctl model short and long constant transients
    thanks for replying.. :)
    I m not sure about the details of the model given in the paper .. some data seems to be missing but i m unable to figure out how to proceed can u plz help me.. to knw whether this paper can be implemented without the practical values.. thanks a lot..
    p.s link: http://power.ece.drexel.edu/Students...%20Testbed.pdf

    my request seems to be silly but plzz help me.. i dnt knw how to procedd in designing a battery model in matlab for hybris system applicaitons... thanks a lot..



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    Re: battery model in simulink matlab

    It's a good paper. You can find most of the data that you need from the graphs!
    For example you find: Rts, Cts, Rtl, Ctl, full charge Vout, etc...
    Start with a first order model (Vout=4.1-alpha1*SOC) and find a good alpha1 from the simulations (match some discharge plot)...



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    Re: battery model in simulink matlab

    Quote Originally Posted by dave9000 View Post
    It's a good paper. You can find most of the data that you need from the graphs!
    For example you find: Rts, Cts, Rtl, Ctl, full charge Vout, etc...
    Start with a first order model (Vout=4.1-alpha1*SOC) and find a good alpha1 from the simulations (match some discharge plot)...
    sorry for asking so many times.. but could u please elaborate a little..



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    Re: battery model in simulink matlab

    sorry for the bump, but I have the exact same problem. @chd123 did you manage to simulate the model after all? Some help would be nice..I found the relation between the VOC and SOC from another paper, but when I simulate this the current is zero so everything is zero.. any ideas?

    Thx in advance..



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    Re: battery model in simulink matlab

    hi, i'm using simulink R2010a which has a battery in the library. I'm working on a grid energy storage model where the storage model control system is meant to check the network voltage (p.u) and then do one of the following;
    1] discharge the battery if the voltage is low i.e. below a specified limit of say 0.94 or
    2] charge the battery if the voltage is high i.e. above a specified limit of say 0.97 so as to restore the voltage between the predefined limits or
    3] take no action

    Could i get some help in designing the system. thanx



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    Re: battery model in simulink matlab

    HI hope you are well,
    why do not use the model provided by Matlab, i do not understand why you are trying to develop your own model, see you can implement the simuklink model from the Matlab without being worried about the battery model,



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    Re: battery model in simulink matlab

    Quote Originally Posted by nuflia View Post
    HI hope you are well,
    why do not use the model provided by Matlab, i do not understand why you are trying to develop your own model, see you can implement the simuklink model from the Matlab without being worried about the battery model,
    HI hope you are well
    I work on the modeling of Li-ion battery, and I want implement the model provided by MATLAB but I dont know what block used to implement the function of charge and discharge[ATTACH=CONFIG]88972[/ATTACHbatteryh.GIF]



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