This paper presents a compact measurement system for electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) on lithium-ion battery (LIB). The system is composed of a vector impedance analyzer (VIA) and state parameter estimation. The VIA architecture is based on delta-sigma digital-to-analog and analogto- digital conversions to achieve the compactness, low-power consumption, and high resolution required to be potentially integrated within a battery cell. The estimation of state parameters is based on equivalent circuit models and the solution of non-linear optimization problems. The proposed measurement system aims at the integration of complex measurement features directly into the battery cell to allow online and real-time diagnostic of the battery cell. A prototype of the compact measurement system was realized to assess the proposed approach. Experimental results are provided and validated by comparison with a reference laboratory instrument, showing good agreement. The VIA prototype is experimentally tested in both the online monitoring and aging monitoring of a commercial LIR2032 LIB cell. The modeling approach is applied to the experimental data provided by the VIA prototype, showing a good fit of the data. Moreover, parameters of the equivalent circuit models are extracted from the experimental data provided by the VIA prototype

Online EIS and Diagnostics on Lithium-Ion Batteries by means of Low-power Integrated Sensing and Parametric Modeling

Crescentini, M.
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Ramilli, R.;Tartagni, M.;Traverso, P. A.;
2021

Abstract

This paper presents a compact measurement system for electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) on lithium-ion battery (LIB). The system is composed of a vector impedance analyzer (VIA) and state parameter estimation. The VIA architecture is based on delta-sigma digital-to-analog and analogto- digital conversions to achieve the compactness, low-power consumption, and high resolution required to be potentially integrated within a battery cell. The estimation of state parameters is based on equivalent circuit models and the solution of non-linear optimization problems. The proposed measurement system aims at the integration of complex measurement features directly into the battery cell to allow online and real-time diagnostic of the battery cell. A prototype of the compact measurement system was realized to assess the proposed approach. Experimental results are provided and validated by comparison with a reference laboratory instrument, showing good agreement. The VIA prototype is experimentally tested in both the online monitoring and aging monitoring of a commercial LIR2032 LIB cell. The modeling approach is applied to the experimental data provided by the VIA prototype, showing a good fit of the data. Moreover, parameters of the equivalent circuit models are extracted from the experimental data provided by the VIA prototype
Crescentini, M.; De Angelis, A.; Ramilli, R.; De Angelis, G.; Tartagni, M.; Moschitta, A.; Traverso, P. A.; Carbone, P.
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