State-of-Charge Estimation of a Li-Ion Battery using Deep Forward Neural Networks

by   Alexandre Barbosa de Lima, et al.

This article presents two Deep Forward Networks with two and four hidden layers, respectively, that model the drive cycle of a Panasonic 18650PF lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery at a given temperature using the K-fold cross-validation method, in order to estimate the State of Charge (SOC) of the cell. The drive cycle power profile is calculated for an electric truck with a 35kWh battery pack scaled for a single 18650PF cell. We propose a machine learning workflow which is able to fight overfitting when developing deep learning models for SOC estimation. The contribution of this work is to present a methodology of building a Deep Forward Network for a lithium-ion battery and its performance assessment, which follows the best practices in machine learning.


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