A Temporal Convolution Network Approach to State-of-Charge Estimation in Li-ion Batteries

by   Aniruddh Herle, et al.

Electric Vehicle (EV) fleets have dramatically expanded over the past several years. There has been significant increase in interest to electrify all modes of transportation. EVs are primarily powered by Energy Storage Systems such as Lithium-ion Battery packs. Total battery pack capacity translates to the available range in an EV. State of Charge (SOC) is the ratio of available battery capacity to total capacity and is expressed in percentages. It is crucial to accurately estimate SOC to determine the available range in an EV while it is in use. In this paper, a Temporal Convolution Network (TCN) approach is taken to estimate SOC. This is the first implementation of TCNs for the SOC estimation task. Estimation is carried out on various drive cycles such as HWFET, LA92, UDDS and US06 drive cycles at 1 C and 25 Celsius. It was found that TCN architecture achieved an accuracy of 99.1


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