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Optimal design and performance assessment for a solar powered electricity, heating and hydrogen integrated energy system EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2023 , 262 | ENERGY
SCOPUS Cited Count: 27
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Incorporating solar energy technologies into integrated energy systems (IES) plays an increasingly important role to mitigate energy supply shortages and climate challenges. However, the low efficiency of solar energy utilization and land limitation for system deployment greatly restrict the development of the solar powered IESs. In this paper, a solar powered electricity, heating and hydrogen IES based on photovoltaic (PV), photothermal (PT) and photocatalysis of hydrogen production (PH) is proposed and investigated. The system comprises solar radiation spectrum splitting technology, PV, PT, PH, electric heating device, compressive heat pump, solid oxide fuel cell, absorption heat pump and energy storage components. A component sizing method based on a region contraction algorithm is employed to find the system optimal design with minimizing the cost of energy. Two scenarios of the solar powered IES based on solar spectrum splitting unit and independent energy supply unit are analyzed and compared. The results show that the solar powered IES can completely meet the electricity, heating and hydrogen energy demands and achieve cost savings for consumers. Compared to independent energy supply unit-based IES, the use of solar spectrum splitting unit can significantly improve the total energy efficiency by 21.74% and reduce the land area for solar capture by 52.5%, but increase the cost of energy by 27.3%.

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Component sizing Integrated energy system Performance assessment Solar energy

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GB/T 7714 Chen, Zhang , Yiliang, Xie , Hongxia, Zhang et al. Optimal design and performance assessment for a solar powered electricity, heating and hydrogen integrated energy system [J]. | ENERGY , 2023 , 262 .
MLA Chen, Zhang et al. "Optimal design and performance assessment for a solar powered electricity, heating and hydrogen integrated energy system" . | ENERGY 262 (2023) .
APA Chen, Zhang , Yiliang, Xie , Hongxia, Zhang , Yujie, Gu , Xiongwen, Zhang . Optimal design and performance assessment for a solar powered electricity, heating and hydrogen integrated energy system . | ENERGY , 2023 , 262 .
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Preliminary experimental study of the performances for a print circuit board based planar PEMFC stack EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2022 , 47 (8) , 5599-5608 | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY
SCOPUS Cited Count: 6
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This paper presents a novel planar proton exchange membrane fuel cell (PEMFC) stack designed for portable electronic devices, consisting of twenty homemade membrane electrode assemblies (MEAs) arranged on a planar surface and three printed circuit boards (PCBs, including anode, interlayer and cathode PCBs) used to load these MEAs. The current collectors and electrical connectors are manufactured using printed circuit technology. The inlet holes of reaction gases are also machined on PCB substrates. The output performance tests are performed on the MEAs and the assembled planar PEMFC stack. The results show that the power densities of the MEAs and the planar PEMFC stack are 0.6 W/cm(2) and 0.361 W/cm(2) at rated voltage under ambient temperature and forced convection air conditions, respectively. The stability tests are also conducted on the planar PEMFC stack, and the results show no significant fluctuations in output current. The feasibility of the application of planar PEMFC stacks in portable electronic devices is preliminarily demonstrated, and the improvement directions for further improving the output performance are proposed accordingly. (C) 2021 Hydrogen Energy Publications LLC. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Output performance test Planar proton exchange membrane fuel cells stack Printed circuit technology Stability test

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GB/T 7714 Min, Xiaoteng , Xie, Yiliang , Chai, Dan et al. Preliminary experimental study of the performances for a print circuit board based planar PEMFC stack [J]. | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY , 2022 , 47 (8) : 5599-5608 .
MLA Min, Xiaoteng et al. "Preliminary experimental study of the performances for a print circuit board based planar PEMFC stack" . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY 47 . 8 (2022) : 5599-5608 .
APA Min, Xiaoteng , Xie, Yiliang , Chai, Dan , Zhang, Xiongwen . Preliminary experimental study of the performances for a print circuit board based planar PEMFC stack . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY , 2022 , 47 (8) , 5599-5608 .
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A smart ball sensor fabricated by laser kirigami of graphene for personalized long-term grip strength monitoring SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2022 , 6 (1) | NPJ FLEXIBLE ELECTRONICS
SCOPUS Cited Count: 7
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Grip strength is an important indicator of health conditions and needs to be monitored for health management. However, different populations (e.g., babies and rehabilitation patients) have different hand sizes and different levels of grip strengths, requiring a personalized sensor to monitor grip strength. In this paper, we developed a smart ball sensor by laser kirigami of graphene for personalized grip strength monitoring. To realize the rational utilization of space, a transparent pill shell embedding all electronic accessories is installed in the center of the ball sensor with a spiral-sensing unit fabricated by laser kirigami of graphene on the surface. Furthermore, we assessed the influence of contact area between hand and ball on grip strength using finite-element analysis (FEA), which was then considered in our results readout. The grip strength can be continuously read by a mobile phone in a wireless manner. The smart ball sensor demonstrated a high performance in vitro against gold-standard method in diseased and healthy subjects. It would be a powerful tool for personalized long-term monitoring of grip strength, especially suitable for specific populations such as babies and sensitive enough for samll grip strength.

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GB/T 7714 Zhang, Huiqing , Ding, Xin , Zhang, Xiongwen et al. A smart ball sensor fabricated by laser kirigami of graphene for personalized long-term grip strength monitoring [J]. | NPJ FLEXIBLE ELECTRONICS , 2022 , 6 (1) .
MLA Zhang, Huiqing et al. "A smart ball sensor fabricated by laser kirigami of graphene for personalized long-term grip strength monitoring" . | NPJ FLEXIBLE ELECTRONICS 6 . 1 (2022) .
APA Zhang, Huiqing , Ding, Xin , Zhang, Xiongwen , Xu, Feng . A smart ball sensor fabricated by laser kirigami of graphene for personalized long-term grip strength monitoring . | NPJ FLEXIBLE ELECTRONICS , 2022 , 6 (1) .
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Topology optimization of the catalyst distribution of planar methane steam reformers EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2022 , 47 (13) , 8314-8326 | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY
SCOPUS Cited Count: 1
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Wall-coated nickel-based methane steam reformers are extensively used in hydrogen production. In such devices, nickel-based catalyst is coated on the walls and heat is supplied for the reforming process. Due to the existence of endothermic and exothermic characteristics, big temperature differences appear in the reformers, which is likely to cause serious mechanical degradation of the catalyst. This study conducts a topology optimization of the catalyst distribution to reduce the maximum temperature differences of the reformers. Nine cases with different inlet gas compositions and heating fluxes are optimized. For comparison, methane conversion rates are constrained to have the same values as the corresponding reference cases. Results show that optimized catalysts discretely distribute on the wall with different lengths. The narrow catalysts distribute upstream, while the wide catalysts distribute downstream. The optimized results not only largely reduce the maximum temperature differences (24%-82%) and improve temperature uniformity (40%-85%), but also maintain high methane conversion rates. The proposed approach could help to design the catalyst distribution of reformers. (c) 2021 Hydrogen Energy Publications LLC. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Catalyst distribution Methane steam reformer Temperature uniformity Topology optimization

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GB/T 7714 Li, Qiangqiang , Xue, Dingxi , Zhang, Qiang et al. Topology optimization of the catalyst distribution of planar methane steam reformers [J]. | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY , 2022 , 47 (13) : 8314-8326 .
MLA Li, Qiangqiang et al. "Topology optimization of the catalyst distribution of planar methane steam reformers" . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY 47 . 13 (2022) : 8314-8326 .
APA Li, Qiangqiang , Xue, Dingxi , Zhang, Qiang , Zhang, Xiongwen , Li, Guojun . Topology optimization of the catalyst distribution of planar methane steam reformers . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY , 2022 , 47 (13) , 8314-8326 .
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Techno-economic feasibility analysis of demand response scheduling for optimum sizing and operation of a building-integrated photovoltaic energy system EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2022 , 46 (9) , 12498-12518 | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENERGY RESEARCH
SCOPUS Cited Count: 1
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A building-integrated photovoltaic energy system (BIPVS) with demand response (DR) is gaining increasing interest in improving building energy consumption to address the imbalance between energy supply and demand. The application of DR in the BIPVS literature lacks consideration of the spatial variability of solar resource distribution. The impact of DR scheduling on the optimum sizing and operation of a BIPVS requires an understanding of how DR can adapt to the uncertain energy generation patterns caused by diverse solar intensity curves. To fill this research gap, an integrated photovoltaic electricity and heating energy system are considered to meet electricity and domestic hot water demands in residential buildings. A DR strategy based on load rescheduling has been illustrated and modeled. To solve the proposed issue of optimum sizing and operation, a two-stage optimization method has been developed to minimize the cost of energy (COE). Furthermore, after the selection of four typical cities in China as potential locations for system deployment, eight scenarios based on four different solar intensity curves without and with DR are investigated and compared. The results show that the DR scheduling has been shifted towards the availability of irradiance to form a load peak at the same time as the peak solar radiation, which increases the direct consumption of photovoltaic generation and inhibits the battery dispatch. In comparison with each scenario, DR has great potential in economic performance and leads to a slight reduction in photovoltaic penetration rate. It has been observed that DR can decrease the COE with an average saving of $0.0052/kWh and a maximum reduction rate of 11.1%, while significantly reducing the battery size by 92.9% on average.

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building-integrated photovoltaic energy system demand response optimum sizing and operation solar energy techno-economic analysis

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GB/T 7714 Zhang, Chen , Jiang, Shiyong , Zhang, Xiongwen . Techno-economic feasibility analysis of demand response scheduling for optimum sizing and operation of a building-integrated photovoltaic energy system [J]. | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENERGY RESEARCH , 2022 , 46 (9) : 12498-12518 .
MLA Zhang, Chen et al. "Techno-economic feasibility analysis of demand response scheduling for optimum sizing and operation of a building-integrated photovoltaic energy system" . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENERGY RESEARCH 46 . 9 (2022) : 12498-12518 .
APA Zhang, Chen , Jiang, Shiyong , Zhang, Xiongwen . Techno-economic feasibility analysis of demand response scheduling for optimum sizing and operation of a building-integrated photovoltaic energy system . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENERGY RESEARCH , 2022 , 46 (9) , 12498-12518 .
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A novel non-experiment-based reconstruction method for the relationship between open-circuit-voltage and state-of-charge/state-of-energy of lithium-ion battery EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2022 , 403 | ELECTROCHIMICA ACTA
WoS CC Cited Count: 4 SCOPUS Cited Count: 43
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To date, model-based state-of-charge (SOC)/state-of-energy (SOE) estimation algorithm of lithium-ion battery has been widely used in real application due to its rational tradeoffbetween estimation accuracy and complexity. Nevertheless, as the bridge between estimated state and observation information in this class of method, the relationship between open-circuit-voltage (OCV) and SOC/SOE inevitably changes with battery degradation. Therefore, this relationship must be timely updated to assure precise SOC/SOE estimation. Considering the disadvantages existing in traditional OCV tests, including time-consuming and poor flexibility, a novel non-experiment-based reconstruction method for the relationship between OCV and SOC/SOE is proposed in this paper, where no additional battery tests are needed and the relationship between OCV and SOC/SOE can be partially reconstructed during battery's daily operating process. To verify the feasibility of the presented non-experiment-based reconstruction method, a sophisticated driving simulation namely Federal Urban Driving Schedule test is performed in this work. The validation results show that the relationship between OCV and SOC/SOE reconstructed by the proposed non-experimentbased method can well reflect the different battery aging status. On the basis of the reconstructed relationship, both mean absolute error and root mean square error of SOC/SOE estimation results by using extended Kalman filter can be roughly limited below 1%. In addition, a publicly available dataset namely "Panasonic 18650PF Li-ion Battery Data" is further adopted to evaluate the universality of the developed method, whose verification results demonstrate that the designed non-experiment-based method can still construct the relationship between OCV and SOC/SOE precisely of different type of lithium-ion batteries without any sophisticated preliminary tests. (C) 2021 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Non-experiment-based reconstruction method Open-circuit-voltage (OCV) State-of-charge (SOC) State-of-energy (SOE) The relationship between OCV and SOC/SOE

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GB/T 7714 Zhang, Shuzhi , Zhang, Xiongwen . A novel non-experiment-based reconstruction method for the relationship between open-circuit-voltage and state-of-charge/state-of-energy of lithium-ion battery [J]. | ELECTROCHIMICA ACTA , 2022 , 403 .
MLA Zhang, Shuzhi et al. "A novel non-experiment-based reconstruction method for the relationship between open-circuit-voltage and state-of-charge/state-of-energy of lithium-ion battery" . | ELECTROCHIMICA ACTA 403 (2022) .
APA Zhang, Shuzhi , Zhang, Xiongwen . A novel non-experiment-based reconstruction method for the relationship between open-circuit-voltage and state-of-charge/state-of-energy of lithium-ion battery . | ELECTROCHIMICA ACTA , 2022 , 403 .
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A systematic and low-complexity multi-state estimation framework for series-connected lithium-ion battery pack under passive balance control EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2022 , 48 | JOURNAL OF ENERGY STORAGE
SCOPUS Cited Count: 17
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To reduce computational burden and achieve accurate states estimation, this paper presents a systematic and low-complexity multi-state estimation framework for series-connected lithium-ion battery pack under passive balance control, including pack state-of-charge (SOC), state-of-health (SOH) and cell SOC inconsistences esti-mation. Firstly, through SOC and SOH calculation simplification of battery pack under passive balance control, "representative cell" is determined among all in-pack cells to reflect battery pack's behavior by a rapid and reliable selection method. Secondly, a variable multi time-scale based framework is further applied to co-estimate SOC and SOH of the selected "representative cell", which are also the co-estimation results of battery pack. Subsequently, with the estimated SOC of "representative cell", a second-order extended Kalman filter is designed to realize cell SOC inconsistences tracking in macro time-scale, and the non-representative cells' SOC can be further calculated. The validation results through sophisticated driving simulation show that both mean-absolute-error (MAE) and root-mean-square-error (RMSE) between battery pack's real SOC and representative cell's estimated SOC are below 1%, and the relative error band between battery pack's precise capacity and representative cell's calculated capacity is between 0 and 1.5%. Moreover, based on the monitored cell SOC inconsistences, both MAE and RMSE between the non-representative cells' estimated SOC and reference SOC can be roughly limited below 3%.

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Cell SOC inconsistences Passive balance control Series-connected lithium-ion battery pack State-of-charge (SOC) State-of-health (SOH)

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GB/T 7714 Zhang, Shuzhi , Peng, Nian , Lu, Haibin et al. A systematic and low-complexity multi-state estimation framework for series-connected lithium-ion battery pack under passive balance control [J]. | JOURNAL OF ENERGY STORAGE , 2022 , 48 .
MLA Zhang, Shuzhi et al. "A systematic and low-complexity multi-state estimation framework for series-connected lithium-ion battery pack under passive balance control" . | JOURNAL OF ENERGY STORAGE 48 (2022) .
APA Zhang, Shuzhi , Peng, Nian , Lu, Haibin , Li, Rui , Zhang, Xiongwen . A systematic and low-complexity multi-state estimation framework for series-connected lithium-ion battery pack under passive balance control . | JOURNAL OF ENERGY STORAGE , 2022 , 48 .
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A comparative study of different adaptive extended/unscented Kalman filters for lithium-ion battery state-of-charge estimation EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2022 , 246 | ENERGY
SCOPUS Cited Count: 38
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To achieve more precise and reliable lithium-ion battery state-of-charge (SOC) estimation, this paper performs a comparative study of different adaptive extended Kalman filters (AEKFs)/adaptive unscented Kalman filters (AUKFs). Firstly, three scenarios are artificially established to evaluate different AEKFs/ AUKFs' estimation accuracy, sensitivity to uncertainty existing in open-circuit-voltage (OCV)-SOC relationship and robustness ability against different forms of disturbances, respectively. Meanwhile, various AEKFs/AUKFs' difficulty of parameters tuning is also evaluated according to our experience. Subsequently, eight indexes that can reflect algorithms' comprehensive estimation performance are further extracted. On this basis, a novel multi-objective analysis decision method by fusion of analytic hierarchy process and entropy weight is adopted to allocate weights for extracted indexes and further compare various AEKFs/AUKFs' comprehensive estimation performance, whose results are shown as scores. The algorithm with highest score demonstrates that it has the optimal comprehensive estimation performance and is also recommended to be used in real application. The most remarkable contribution of this work lies in the suggestions and guidance for researchers when choosing AEKFs/AUKFs for online SOC estimation.(c) 2022 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Adaptive extended Comparative study Multi-objective analysis decision method State-of-charge unscented Kalman filter Various adaptive updating laws

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GB/T 7714 Zhang, Shuzhi , Zhang, Chen , Jiang, Shiyong et al. A comparative study of different adaptive extended/unscented Kalman filters for lithium-ion battery state-of-charge estimation [J]. | ENERGY , 2022 , 246 .
MLA Zhang, Shuzhi et al. "A comparative study of different adaptive extended/unscented Kalman filters for lithium-ion battery state-of-charge estimation" . | ENERGY 246 (2022) .
APA Zhang, Shuzhi , Zhang, Chen , Jiang, Shiyong , Zhang, Xiongwen . A comparative study of different adaptive extended/unscented Kalman filters for lithium-ion battery state-of-charge estimation . | ENERGY , 2022 , 246 .
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Co-estimation for capacity and state of charge for lithium-ion batteries using improved adaptive extended Kalman filter EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 40 | JOURNAL OF ENERGY STORAGE
WoS CC Cited Count: 11
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Accurate state of charge (SOC) plays a dominant role in safety control and energy management of battery system. In this paper, an improved adaptive extended Kalman filter (IAEKF) is proposed to realize co-estimation for battery capacity and SOC. Firstly, the online OCV identified by forgetting factor recursive least squares (FFRLS) is innovatively regarded as the observation state, so battery capacity and SOC can be integrated into a second-order filter to realize co-estimation. Secondly, the polynomial relationship between OCV, SOC and T is established to enhance the temperature adaptability of IAEKF. Notably, compared with adaptive extended Kalman filter (AEKF), IAEKF can improve estimation process by producing a fast convergence speed under big OCV errors and assure a slower slope when the OCV errors turn small. Besides, the forgetting factor can simplify the moving window of the adaptive update for the process and measurement noise. With sophisticated Federal Urban Driving Schedule test (FUDS), the estimation accuracy of the proposed algorithm is verified with SOC error band controlled between +/- 1.2% within the first 50s and relative capacity error limited within 2% after convergence. Furthermore, the verification results also prove that IAEKF based co-estimation algorithm has strong anti-interference ability when facing disturbance, including erroneous initial SOC settings, unknown battery capacity and various ambient temperatures.

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Capacity Improved adaptive extended Kalman filter Lithium-ion battery State of charge Temperature

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GB/T 7714 Nian, Peng , Shuzhi, Zhang , Xiongwen, Zhang . Co-estimation for capacity and state of charge for lithium-ion batteries using improved adaptive extended Kalman filter [J]. | JOURNAL OF ENERGY STORAGE , 2021 , 40 .
MLA Nian, Peng et al. "Co-estimation for capacity and state of charge for lithium-ion batteries using improved adaptive extended Kalman filter" . | JOURNAL OF ENERGY STORAGE 40 (2021) .
APA Nian, Peng , Shuzhi, Zhang , Xiongwen, Zhang . Co-estimation for capacity and state of charge for lithium-ion batteries using improved adaptive extended Kalman filter . | JOURNAL OF ENERGY STORAGE , 2021 , 40 .
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A variable multi-time-scale based dual estimation framework for state-of-energy and maximum available energy of lithium-ion battery EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2021 , 46 (3) , 2876-2892 | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENERGY RESEARCH
WoS CC Cited Count: 1 SCOPUS Cited Count: 6
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To lower the computation burden and enhance co-estimation reliability under unpredicted operating conditions, this paper presents a novel variable multi-time-scale based dual estimation framework for state-of-energy (SOE) and maximum available energy. Through forgetting factor recursive least squares (FFRLS) based model parameters identification method, the first-order RC model is online built firstly to simulate battery dynamics. Subsequently, identified model parameters are inputted into an adaptive extended Kalman filter to predict SOE. Meanwhile, with battery data and two estimated SOE, inaccurate maximum available energy can be further updated by FFRLS when energy accumulation reaches pre-defined threshold. Especially, to determine the optimal macro time-scale considering co-estimation performance comprehensively, a multi-objective decision analysis method by fusion of analytic hierarchy process and the entropy weight is innovatively proposed. The dual estimation accuracy and robustness ability of the proposed framework are verified with experimental data of Federal Urban Driving Schedule tests conducted under various temperatures, whose results show that the presented method has satisfactory co-estimation accuracy and robustness ability. Furthermore, the comparison with other algorithms not only indicates the necessity of maximum available energy updating on SOE prediction but also the superiority of the presented framework on dual estimation accuracy and computational cost.

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comparison with other algorithms maximum available energy multi-objective decision method state-of-energy variable multi-time-scale dual estimation framework

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GB/T 7714 Zhang, Shuzhi , Peng, Nian , Zhang, Xiongwen . A variable multi-time-scale based dual estimation framework for state-of-energy and maximum available energy of lithium-ion battery [J]. | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENERGY RESEARCH , 2021 , 46 (3) : 2876-2892 .
MLA Zhang, Shuzhi et al. "A variable multi-time-scale based dual estimation framework for state-of-energy and maximum available energy of lithium-ion battery" . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENERGY RESEARCH 46 . 3 (2021) : 2876-2892 .
APA Zhang, Shuzhi , Peng, Nian , Zhang, Xiongwen . A variable multi-time-scale based dual estimation framework for state-of-energy and maximum available energy of lithium-ion battery . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENERGY RESEARCH , 2021 , 46 (3) , 2876-2892 .
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