电池电量状态(SOC)估算

Battery State-of-Charge (SOC) Estimation

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科罗拉多大学系统
Coursera
  • 完成时间大约为 33 个小时
  • 中级
  • 英语
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课程概况

In this course, you will learn how to implement different state-of-charge estimation methods and to evaluate their relative merits. By the end of the course, you will be able to:

– Implement simple voltage-based and current-based state-of-charge estimators and understand their limitations
– Explain the purpose of each step in the sequential-probabilistic-inference solution
– Execute provided Octave/MATLAB script for a linear Kalman filter and evaluate results
– Execute provided Octave/MATLAB script for state-of-charge estimation using an extended Kalman filter on lab-test data and evaluate results
– Execute provided Octave/MATLAB script for state-of-charge estimation using an sigma-point Kalman filter on lab-test data and evaluate results
– Implement method to detect and discard faulty voltage-sensor measurements

课程大纲

The importance of a good SOC estimator

This week, you will learn some rigorous definitions needed when discussing SOC estimation and some simple but poor methods to estimate SOC. As background to learning some better methods, we will review concepts from probability theory that are needed to be able to deal with the impact of uncertain noises on a system's internal state and measurements made by a BMS.

Introducing the linear Kalman filter as a state estimator

This week, you will learn how to derive the steps of the Gaussian sequential probabilistic inference solution, which is the basis for all Kalman-filtering style state estimators. While this content is highly theoretical, it is important to have a solid foundational understanding of these topics in practice, since real applications often violate some of the assumptions that are made in the derivation, and we must understand the implication this has on the process. By the end of the week, you will know how to derive the linear Kalman filter.

Coming to understand the linear Kalman filter

The steps of a Kalman filter may appear abstract and mysterious. This week, you will learn different ways to think about and visualize the operation of the linear Kalman filter to give better intuition regarding how it operates. You will also learn how to implement a linear Kalman filter in Octave code, and how to evaluate outputs from the Kalman filter.

Cell SOC estimation using an extended Kalman filter

A linear Kalman filter can be used to estimate the internal state of a linear system. But, battery cells are nonlinear systems. This week, you will learn how to approximate the steps of the Gaussian sequential probabilistic inference solution for nonlinear systems, resulting in the "extended Kalman filter" (EKF). You will learn how to implement the EKF in Octave code, and how to use the EKF to estimate battery-cell SOC.

Cell SOC estimation using a sigma-point Kalman filter

The EKF is the best known and most widely used nonlinear Kalman filter. But, it has some fundamental limitations that limit its performance for "very nonlinear" systems. This week, you will learn how to derive the sigma-point Kalman filter (sometimes called an "unscented Kalman filter") from the Gaussian sequential probabilistic inference steps. You will also learn how to implement this filter in Octave code and how to use it to estimate battery cell SOC.

Improving computational efficiency using the bar-delta method

Kalman filtering requires that noises have zero mean. What do we do if the current-sensor has a dc bias error, as is often the case? How can we implement Kalman-filter type SOC estimators in a computationally efficient way for a battery pack comprising many cells? This week you will learn how to compensate for current-sensor bias error and how to implement the bar-delta method for computational efficiency. You will also learn about desktop validation as an approach for initial testing and tuning of BMS algorithms.

Capstone project

You have already learned that Kalman filters must be "tuned" by adjusting their process-noise, sensor-noise, and initial state-estimate covariance matrices in order to give acceptable performance over a wide range of operating scenarios. This final course module will give you some experience hand-tuning both an EKF and SPKF for SOC estimation.

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