Modeling the Effects of the Cathode Composition of a Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery on the Discharge Behavior
- Modeling the Effects of the Cathode Composition of a Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery on the Discharge Behavior
- Jeongbin Lee; Jaeshin Yi; Chee Burn Shin; 류승호; 조원일
- cathode composition; lithium iron phosphate battery; LiFePO4; model; discharge behavior; modeling
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- VOL 6, NO 11, 5597-5608
- This paper reports a modeling methodology to predict the effects on the discharge behavior of the cathode composition of a lithium iron phosphate (LFP) battery cell comprising a LFP cathode, a lithium metal anode, and an organic electrolyte. A one-dimensional model based on a finite element method is presented to calculate the cell voltage change of a LFP battery cell during galvanostatic discharge. To test the validity of the modeling approach, the modeling results for the variations of the cell voltage of the LFP battery as a function of time are compared with the experimental measurements during galvanostatic discharge at various discharge rates of 0.1C, 0.5C, 1.0C, and 2.0C for three different compositions of the LFP cathode. The discharge curves obtained from the model are in good agreement with the experimental measurements. On the basis of the validated modeling approach, the effects of the cathode composition on the discharge behavior of a LFP battery cell are estimated. The modeling results exhibit highly nonlinear dependencies of the discharge behavior of a LFP battery cell on the discharge C-rate and cathode composition.
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