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BMS and BTMS : Unit 1 – Introduction to BMS and its Simulation

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Lecture 1.1.0 : Introduction to BMS – Why BMS
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Lecture 1.1.1 : BMS Functionality
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Lecture 1.1.2 : Sensing Voltage
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Lecture 1.1.3 : Sensing Current
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Lecture 1.1.4 : Sensing Temperature
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Lecture 1.1.5 : High Voltage Contactor
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Lecture 1.1.6 : Isolation Circuit
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Lecture 1.1.7 : Thermal Control
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Lecture 1.1.8 : SOC of Cell
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Lecture 1.1.9 : Energy and Power of Cell
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Lecture 1.2.0 : Battery Pack Simulation – OCV and SOC of Cell
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Lecture 1.2.1 : Linear Polarization
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Lecture 1.2.2 : Finding RC Values
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Lecture 1.2.3 : Hysteresis Voltage
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Lecture 1.2.4 : Enhanced Self Correcting Model
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Lecture 1.2.5 : Cell Testing and Coulombic Efficiency
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Lecture 1.2.6 : Temperature and OCV
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Lecture 1.2.7 : Matlab Cell Model – Simulation
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Lecture 1.2.8 : Data Based Cell Simulation
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Lecture 1.2.9 : Physics based Model
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Lecture 1.2.10 : Simulating EV
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Lecture 1.2.11 : Simulating constant power and voltage
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Lecture 1.2.12 : Battery Simulation
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Unit 1 : Expert Lecture – Live (Introduction to BMS and its Simulation)
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Unit 1 : Assignment (Introduction to BMS and its Simulation)

BMS and BTMS : Unit 2 – Battery Estimation

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Lecture 2.1.0 : Battery State Estimation – Preliminary Approach towards Battery State
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Lecture 2.1.1 : Kalman Filter
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Lecture 2.1.2 : Extended Kalman Filter
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Lecture 2.1.3 : Sigma Point Kalman Filter
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Lecture 2.2.0 : Battery Health Estimation – Lithium Ion Aging
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Lecture 2.2.1 : Estimating Parameter
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Lecture 2.2.2 : Least Square Methods
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Lecture 2.2.3 : Approximate Full Solution
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Lecture 2.3.0 : Simulation – Example Simulations
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Unit 2 : Expert Lecture – Live (Battery Estimation)
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Unit 2 : Assignment (Battery Estimation)

BMS and BTMS : Unit 3 – Cell Balancing and Controls

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Lecture 3.1.0 : Cell Balancing – Imbalance Cause and Balancing Introduction
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Lecture 3.1.1 : Balancing Circuit
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Lecture 3.1.2 : Balancing Speed
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Lecture 3.2.0 : Cell Power Limits – Why cell power limit required?
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Lecture 3.2.1 : Voltage Based Rate Limit
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Lecture 3.2.2 : Bisection Search and Limit Estimation
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Lecture 3.3.0 : Physics Based Control – Model Simplification and Calculation
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Lecture 3.3.1 : Simulation and Results
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Lecture 3.4.0 : Charging
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Unit 3 : Expert Lecture – Live (Cell Balancing and Controls)
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Unit 3 : Assignment (Cell Balancing and Controls)

BMS and BTMS : Unit 4 – Battery Thermal Management and Its Simulation

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Lecture 4.1.0 : Introduction to BTMS – What is BTMS?
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Lecture 4.1.1 : Types of BTMS
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Lecture 4.2.0 : Thermal Loading – Heat vs Temperature
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Lecture 4.2.1 : Cell Heat Map (1C and 3C)
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Lecture 4.3.0 : Heat Management – Thermal Paste Cooling
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Lecture 4.3.1 : Phase Changing Material
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Lecture 4.3.2 : Heat Exchanger
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Lecture 4.4.0 : Thermal Modelling – Preliminary Definitions
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Lecture 4.4.1 : Microscale Thermal Model
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Lecture 4.4.2 : Boundary Condition
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Lecture 4.4.3 : Peltier Coefficient
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Lecture 4.4.4 : Transfer of Heat at Boundaries
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Lecture 4.4.5 : Change in Parameter Values
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Lecture 4.4.6 : Gradient Transfer Fnc
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Lecture 4.4.7 : Heat Generation Terms
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Lecture 4.4.8 : Irreversible Heat Generation
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Lecture 4.4.9 : Joule Heating
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Lecture 4.4.10 : Heat Flux Terms
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Unit 4 : Expert Lecture – Live (Battery Thermal Management and Its Simulation )
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Unit 4 : Assignment (Battery Thermal Management and Its Simulation )

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