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Abstract : LIFEMIT project deals with Energy management, storage systems within the frame of hybrid and electric motorization. It deals more particularly with deployments of lithium-ion batteries in heavy vehicle application. It supports the development of tools and demonstrates how virtual prototyping and a system approach lower the risk for lithium-ion batteries development. The partnership includes: Nexter, military vehicles manufacturer; Saft, a world specialist in the design and manufacture of high-tech batteries for industry; Eigsi - L3E , laboratory experts in electric and renewable energy; GREEN-ENSEM-INPL, laboratory experts in electronics and power electronics; and the IMS laboratory, more particularly for its expertise in electronics. The first result is obtained by the development and the experimental validation of an embedded algorithm which sharply increases practical lithium-ion battery power without accelerating its ageing. The second main result is the demonstration that virtual prototyping associated with system architecture analysis are powerful tools for battery design, especially for large lithium- ion battery systems.
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Sébastien Benjamin, Philippe Desprez, Francois Jegat, François Duclaud, J. M. Bourdet, et al.. Lifemit. VPPC 2010, Sep 2010, Lille, France. pp.1-5. ⟨hal-00566179⟩



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