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A computationally efficient Li-ion electrochemical battery model for long-term analysis of stand-alone renewable energy systems, Article Journal of Energy Storage ; Volume 17 , 2018 , Pages 93-101 ; 2352152X (ISSN) ; Dufo Lopez, R ; Roshandel, R ; Golzar, F ; Bernal Agustin, J. L ; Sharif University of Technology
Elsevier Ltd 2018
In this paper we introduce a Simplified Single Particle Model (SSPM), which is obtained from the general mathematical formulation of Li-ion batteries. The model is validated by using different commercial graphite/LiFePO4 cells, and results show agreement with more complicated models and experimental data for low operating currents of less than 1C. A maximum relative error of less than 2% can be observed to estimate cell voltage in the plateau region of the charge/discharge curves. Therefore, the proposed model is suitable in the case of stand-alone renewable energy systems, where battery current is typically lower than C/10. By increasing the current, the SSPM deviates from more accurate...
A novel lifetime prediction method for lithium-ion batteries in the case of stand-alone renewable energy systems, Article International Journal of Electrical Power and Energy Systems ; Volume 103 , 2018 , Pages 115-126 ; 01420615 (ISSN) ; Dufo López, R ; Roshandel, R ; Bernal Agustin, J. L ; Sharif University of Technology
Elsevier Ltd 2018
This paper presents a mathematical formulation of lithium-ion batteries, including aging and temperature effects. The model is developed by integrating the simplified single particle model (SSPM) and reduced-order model (ROM) to predict solid electrolyte interphase growth (SEI). Results show agreement with the experimental data at 25 °C operating temperature and moderate cycling currents. A maximum error of 3.6% in finding the battery discharged Ah is observed in harsh operating conditions, including 60 °C and approaching the end of life of the battery. Due to the typical operating conditions of stand-alone renewable energy systems, more accurate estimations are expected. Finally, this...
Article Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering ; Volume 161 , 2018 , Pages 476-496 ; 09204105 (ISSN) ; Shad, S ; Beagom Mokhtari Hosseini, Z ; Sharif University of Technology
Elsevier B.V 2018
In drilling industry, barite particles settling and barite sag as a major problem can potentially impose significant operational issues. Static conditions, in which well undergoes an extended shut-in period, could occur during different drilling and completion operations such fishing operation, tripping, and logging. Despite its importance, such phenomenon is not well understood yet. To avoid issues related to barite settlement and barite sag, a good understanding of the impact of different drilling parameters on barite settlement and sag phenomenon is required. Recently, the mathematical formulation and modeling of settlement and sag processes have gained more attention. In order to better...