Modified empirical fitting of the discharge behavior of LiFePO\(_4\) batteries under various conditions

Shin-Yi Lee, Wei-Li Chiu, Yi-Shuo Liao, Kung-Yen Lee, Jau-Horng Chen, Huei-Jeng Lin, Kang Li

Abstract


A mathematical model is developed by fitting the discharge curve of a new LiFePO\(_4\) battery and then used to investigate the relationship between the discharge time and the closed-circuit voltage. This model consists of exponential and polynomial terms where the exponential term dominates the discharge time of a battery and the polynomial term dominates the change in the closed-circuit voltage. Time shift and time scale processes modify the exponential and polynomial terms, respectively, so that the model is suitable for batteries under various conditions.

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