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Controls and Battery Management Systems

controls and bms
Schematic of Venkat Subramanian’s model-based design for optimal charging profiles, battery management systems and materials design in collaboration with experimental researchers.

UT researchers are leaders in model-based Battery Management Systems (BMS) for improved battery lifetime and performance and in the control, estimation and optimization of electric and hybrid dynamical systems. In collaboration with experimental researchers, they are also optimizing battery designs and developing next generation battery materials based on multiscale and multiphysics models.

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Dongmei (Maggie) Chen
Venkat Subramanian
Junmin Wang

Recent Research Projects

Model-based BMS for Current and Next-Generation Batteries
Venkat Subramanian
TexTalks Webinar Series

Modeling the SEI Layer Growth to Predict Capacity Fade
Venkat Subramanian
Journal of the Electrochemical Society

Lithium-ion Battery Physics and Statistics-based State of Health Model
Venkat Subramanian
Journal of Power Sources

Power Management for a Hybrid Locomotive
Dongmei (Maggie) Chen
Dynamic Systems and Control Conference

Power Control of an Integrated Wind Turbine and Battery System
Dongmei (Maggie) Chen
Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement, and Control

State of Charge Estimation for Lithium-ion Battery
Junmin Wang
Journal of Energy Storage

Self-adaptive Equivalent Consumption Minimization Strategy for Hybrid Electric Vehicles
Junmin Wang
IEEE Xplore